Archive for the ‘SEO’ Category

How Using GZIP Compression Helps Your Site’s SEO

May 10th, 2013Posted by admin

You might have heard some talk about how compressing your web pages helps with your site’s SEO, but how does it help and how can you use it on your site? This article will provide you with some details on what file compression is and why it’s essential to the process of optimizing your site. […]

23 tips for getting more traffic to your site

October 3rd, 2012Posted by admin

At some point, each and every blogger faces the same issue. It’s the bane of our existence and the great quandary causing us to scratch our heads. Here are some ideas for how to get more traffic to your blog. Leave thoughtful comments on other people’s blogs. Write shorter posts. Blog consistently. Write less. Be a […]

Promoting your web page and blog

August 31st, 2012Posted by admin

Unless your page is among the top of search engine results, no one will know your page exists. The Internet consists of BILLIONS of web pages and millions more appear every day. This page will help improve your search engine rankings and page quality using the secrets and tips we learned over the past twenty-years. […]

Understanding PageRank

May 23rd, 2012Posted by admin

As SEOs, one of the most important ranking factors we focus on is PageRank. There’s no missing it in the SEO realm – PR is a big deal and everyone wants to get their hands on some. However, in our haste to gather our high PR links, many of us completely misunderstand what it is […]

Canonical URL SEO And Duplicate Content Penalty

May 3rd, 2012Posted by admin

Canonical URL’s have been a much neglected aspect of in page SEO for quite some time now, but webmasters are now realizing that this small attribute can actually jeopardize their entire SEO campaign to ashes.Simply put, if you have a canonical URL error issue then your own blog eats up ,well….your own blog! To understand […]

CSS Sprites for Search Engine Optimisation

April 27th, 2012Posted by admin

Page loading times are now a crucial part of website optimisation, they are starting to be taken into consideration more and more by the algorithms of top search engines. For example, an ecommerce site which takes a long time to load will often result in a poor user experience; this in turn may lower the average time spent […]

Optimizing Images for SEO

April 26th, 2012Posted by admin

Even though internet speeds are getting faster by the day, it is important that you ask your web development company to create for you a website that is light, easy to load and fast to navigate on. Among the many elements that can slow your website down, images is the most common factor. To be […]

Leverage browser caching: How to add Expires headers

April 19th, 2012Posted by admin

This tutorial explains how you add Expires headers to your .htaccess file. This will help you improve the performance of your website, based on Google’s and Yahoo’s recommended performance guidelines. You’ll learn about: what browser caching and Expires headers is how to test the current performance of your site how to add Expires headers for […]

GZIP Compression Important for SEO

April 14th, 2012Posted by admin

SEO is a very vast subject which involves a whole range of activities from meta tags, keywords, links and many technical adjustments in the website in order to optimize it for search engines. GZIP Compression is a simple method to save bandwidth and speed up your site. Google and Yahoo use gzip compression and you […]

Find The Right Blogs To Leave Your Backlinks

April 9th, 2012Posted by admin

These are Gold Mines! What You Should Do Find lesser known / ranked blogs. Generally these blogs will not have the “no follow” tag added to the links because they are trying to build their blog and are encouraging visitors to leave comments. A good tip to find these kind of blogs is by following […]