How Can Article Submission Naturally Affect SEO (After Penguin and Panda)

The obsession with link building among SEO professionals is one of the most important reasons that so many article directory sites came into operation. In last 3 years, the web has changed to the extent of unfamiliarity, in many cases, even for webmasters. However, this transformation hasn’t been able to put a stoppage over the…

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Post-Halloween SEO Tips: Don’t Let Your Website Get Spooked

Webmasters Will Feel the Spook, As Long As Google Rules the Stage: The Dracula, vampires, werewolves and several other supernatural creatures may give people the old-fashioned creepy feeling, especially on the Halloween eves; yet, for webmasters and search engine optimizers (SEOs), the very thought of next Google update and to which extent the websites will…

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SEO Is Dead and Ready to Rise from Its Own Ashes

SEO Will Never Be The Same Again: Image Courtesy: Static.Portent.com The past few weeks of September and October have surely kept SEOs and webmasters all over the world exceptionally busy, thanks to the changing spree from Google. The inception of Panda and Penguin (including the latest Penguin 2.1) algorithm updates made one thing very clear…

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Penguin 2.1: The SEO Nightmare Has Resumed?

The above screenshot of the tweet from Matt Cutts on October 5, 2013, officially declaring the roll out of Penguin 2.1, is one of the most common sights on leading SEO forums. According to head of the Google’s web spam team, launch of the latest Penguin algorithm update has affected less than 1% of search…

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