SEO Blog

  • The Path to SEO Success

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    Ever wonder how to succeed as an SEO? Dr Pete Meyers of User Effect wrote an excellent “love letter” to newbie SEOs that is worth re-sharing. You won’t find the usual basic technical SEO tips in his letter, nor would …

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  • Getting More Positive Responses for Your Guest Post Requests

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    Guest posting has long been recognised as a good way to build not just your personal brand (reputation building), but to get links and traffic as well. The problem is, however, that it is just not that easy to get …

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  • Delving Deeper into the Issue of User Intent

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    Google calls it user intent. About.com calls it “mindsets of search”. Whatever label you may put on it, the point is that search is all about the user.

    I have already written a post about user intent and

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  • Custom Search Engines for Better Navigation

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    Providing different ways to access content on your website to users who are already on the site is a very important aspect of good website design. This means having a logical and clean information structure/architecture so that users can …

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  • Linkdex – The SEO Tool for SMEs

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    At Doublespark SEO we have been using InfluenceFinder for all of our Search Engine Optimization projects since it’s launch early in 2010, with great success for our clients

    At the end of January 2011 InfluenceFinder evolved to become Linkdex an …

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Why Google+ Lords it Over Facebook and Twitter in the SEO Sphere

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Let’s face it, with Google+ being the Google’s own social arm, Facebook and Twitter are obviously at a disadvantage when it comes to how well their profiles and posts/updates/tweets place in search rankings.

If you figure that it’s all about …

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Ranking Factors SEOs and Website Builders Cannot Afford to Ignore

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Ranking well in search engine results pages is not a matter of luck. If you do not know which factors are significantly affect a page’s rank, then you can bet that your site won’t make it to the first page …

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Google Panda Update & Penguin MK2

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Internet content is becoming a trickier force to deal with. The number of websites, blogs, and links all over the web make it difficult to sift through and gain accurate information on the subjects you are after. Content generating companies …

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From the top of Google to a black hole – the dangers of poor link building

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What are poor quality links?

Poor quality link building, also known as black hat SEO, involves numerous forms of spamming and is designed to artificially inflate a website’s search engine rankings. White hate SEO, on the other hand, focuses on …

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Dan Shure

Dan Shure

I have been in the SEO business nearly 10 years and I am always amazed at how people in the industry are always willing to help each other out. I have a problem with Rich Text Snippets not displaying, after …

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Advanced Link Manager for Bloggers

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Link building is not an easy task, but it is a task made a little easier if you know how to manage your links more efficiently. Managing your links can be both tricky and time consuming, especially if your links …

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