October 12, 2013

Points of SEO

The Basics
If your website isn’t properly optimized on-page, your efforts off the website (link building, content marketing, social media) probably won’t yield substantial results. Not that they won’t generate anything at all, but more than half your efforts may end up going down the drain.
There’s no clear rule book that says: do X, Y, and Z in on-page optimization and your rank will rise by A, B, or C. On-page optimization is based on tests, analytics and errors. You learn more about it by discovering what doesn’t work than what does.

October 1, 2013

Customize WordPress Menu.

If you’re trying to make a fancy navigation menu with CSS, you might have found the default IDs and classes applied by WordPress to the nav menu elements to be quite lacking. However, you can fix that by adding a custom walker function to add your own conditional classes. The custom nav walker function I made below will add the following CSS classes:

September 26, 2013

5 SEO Don'ts

#1: Using the wrong keywords 

If your website doesn't use the same words that the people searching for you do, your content will never show up for those searches or be seen by the right people.
The solution? You can use Google Insights for Search to compare potential keywords,

September 25, 2013

Gmail's New Tab Feature

Inbox tabs and category labels

Gmail just rolled out one of its best features in years: Inbox tabs. (Actually, the feature was announced back in May, but is only just now starting to roll out to users.)
For example, all your notifications from social-media services (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) will now be sorted into the Social tab, while offers from Groupon, LivingSocial, and other advertisers will land under Promos.
If you're not yet seeing tabs when you sign into Gmail (in your Web browser, natch) or you want to make changes to the settings, do this:

September 24, 2013

How to setup Bloggers improved Crawler and Indexing Feature for SEO purpose.

After blogger updated their interface, they added more useful features such as edit Meta tag modify crawlers and indexing, add authors, etc. This post I'm going to show you how to use blogger new crawlers and indexing feature effectively for improve your blogs SEO.
Before start this guide, I like to briefly explain what robots.txt is. A robots.txt use for provide instructions to different search engine bots to, how to crawl your site contents, etc as well as provide a sitemap. For instance you can remove certain items on search result using this function as well as improve your site SEO.

Important - If you are unsure of any of the steps do not make any edits.

How to create a custom robots.txt on blogger

1) Log-in to your blogger account.
2) Go to your blog.

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