How to Place Source Materials within Articles to Help with SEO

People who own a blogging website often get confused regarding sourcing of attributes while writing their blog’s original contents. Most of them want to get some detailed idea about how to let their readers know the resources they used for writing the articles. Matt Cutts, renowned Google Engineer came up with surprising answers when asked …

Search Engine Optimisation and Web-spam Content violation

Webmasters Guidelines is a valuable resource that Google offers indiscriminately to webmasters all across the globe. It deals with the suggestions and warnings that help developers and website administrators to create and manage websites effectively so that it is never penalised by Google search engine. There are such techniques that can attract moderate or severe …

Alterations in the ranking of search results for smartphone

One of the fastest growing segment of using Internet, is the smartphones. Google seeks to offer them complete richness of web. In an effort to improve mobile web service, we have published our suggestions along with the commonest of configuration mistakes. Such mistakes when avoided help the users of the smartphones to properly engage with …

Is Google capable of influencing political searches?

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Speculators are coming up with such statements that political searches made on Google can show results that are “doctored” by the Internet giant. A study showed recently that how the decision-making power of people can be influenced by the SEO, with whatever ranking the uppermost is very much influencing that person in all likelihood. A …

Matt Cutts clarifies misconceptions of SEO professionals regarding Rel=Author

Matt Cutts is back with answers and clarifications regarding some of SEO misconceptions and whatever Cutts speaks have to be discussed. After all, there cannot be a better person to understand SEO than the engineer, who is the web-spam team head at Google. The first thing to be discussed is the question regarding rel=author tag. …

SERP and Advertorials related questions answered by Cutts

Matt Cutts, webspam team’s head at Google talked about advertorials recently and followed it up with questions related to SERP subjectivity. According to him, advertorials are like basic advertising only, but do portray a look of an editorial or natural content. A large number of people are of the opinion that the advertorial content is …

Negative SEO Effect and How Google Helps to Deal With it

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It’s about time we start discussing the topic of negative SEO and its effect to your website business. Despite Google denies the existence of the negative SEO for the small businesses the negative SEO is alive and kicking. I think Google should start doing something about it or at least admit that we finally have an issue on our hands. Yes, …