Saturday, July 20, 2013

The Top 10 Ways To Create A Blog

1 - Do research about a particular topic that you like.

2 - To register a domain name that matches the key phrase in the above study

3 - Create a blog on a domain

4 - Create a good sized list of Ping

5 - Released a new piece of content three times / week on the blog.

6 - If you have 20-30 post , spend the day doing directory submissions. The reason is that the demands of certain directories do not accept sites that appear to be under construction.

7 - In anticipation of directories continue to put three times / week.

8 - By now you should have a pair of casual visitors to your blog. Now is the time to determine the default template design to put in a niche that works well with your content.

9 - Google Update! Google comes in and gives you some PR. Very big company do a link exchange for 2-3 days solid. Nothing but to seek connections.

10 - You need to contact your site on a daily basis. Every 2 days to do a post. A day to spend 30 minutes looking for links and directories, and other places to promote your blog. Even if you only find a link for you for 30 minutes, which is productive.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Blog Commenting for SEO

Blog Commenting is one of the best methods for getting top quality backlinks to your website. through blog commenting I’m not only increasing backlinks to my blog, but I’m also inviting the readers of that blog to mine.
• Be Careful of Nofollow blog
To get backlink to your blog it depends on the blog's comments structure. They may use javascript for the links which will not let the spiders follow it and give your site the backlink. In addition many blogs use a Nofollow tag on links within comments that also prevent the spider from following the link. So, check whether the blog is Dofollow or Nofollow before commenting.
• Posting The Right Comments
You have to do blog commenting with respect because, of all the many methods used in building backlinks to blogs, it’s one of the most abused.  Reply to those comments that are already there. Stay on topic and write something that adds value to that post. If you leave useful comments that provide compelling information, people will click on the link included in your comment box. This way you will get highly targeted traffic and build relevant links to your website .
You should leave useful and knowledgeable comments on other blogs. The blogmaster is offering you the chance to gain a backlink, so you must leave a comment that adds value to his site in return. Leaving comments such as "great site dude" is of little value to the blog owner and will probably be deleted.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Keyword Density

Keyword density is an indicator of the number of times the selected keyword appears in the web page.

Keyword density is always expressed as a percentage of the total word content on a given web page.

Suppose you have 100 words on your webpage (not including HMTL code used for writing the web page), and you use a certain keyword for five times in the content. The keyword density on that page is got by simply dividing the total number of keywords, by the total number of words that appear on your web page. So here it is 5 divided by 100 = .05. Because keyword density is a percentage of the total word count on the page, multiply the above by 100, that is 0.05 x 100 = 5%

The accepted standard for a keyword density is between 3% and 5%, to get recognized by the search engines and you should never exceed it.

Remember, that this rule applies to every page on your site. It also applies to not just to one keyword but also a set of keywords that relates to a different product or service. The keyword density should always be between 3% and 5%.

Check your keyword density with this free tool. It helps you to determine the optimum keyword density percentage:       

Saturday, September 15, 2012

5 SEO Tips To Promote A Blog

If you want to successfully promote your website, there are many different techniques. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the best way to increase your blogs visibility. Here are some SEO tips for beginners to promote your blog :

1. Social Networking sites – With Facebook, you can build a fan page and get "friends" who are interested in your niche. You can turn your followers on Twitter into active readers of your blog.  Commenting – make a list of blogs in your niche that you think to read every day. On these blogs you leave comments at the end of the post. Make sure your comment is relevant to the post. You can leave your link if it feels appropriate. This will bring readers to your blog.

3. Article Marketing – star to submit your articles to article directories like Ezinearticles, Articlebase, GoArticles for free. For this you get to link back to your site. This not only brings you highly targeted traffic, it also helps you in building backlinks.

4. Forum signatures – Setup your signature in each of your forum you participate. When you make a post, your signature with your backlink will be displayed.

5. Contacting other bloggers – Talk to other bloggers and ask them to consider linking to your post. There are more likely to, than the reader who just stumbled on your blog.

Friday, August 17, 2012

On-page SEO

SEO is the search engine optimization, which is the practice of using on-page and off-page factors to increase your website ranking or promote your website ranking on the search engines.

- On-Page SEO: This refers to anything you can do to improve your own website like: Meta-tags, content, navigation, cleaning up errors, internal linking, alt tags, heading tags, sitemaps, etc.

- Off-Page SEO: This refers to what can be done outside of a website to maximize its performance for specific keywords/phrases by acquiring backlinks.
Here some technique to promote your website with On-Page SEO :

1. Keyword in HEADING Tags

Heading tags are used by search engines to identify words which are more important than the rest of the page text. Headings are defined with the <h1> to <h6> tags. Examples of the heading tags are shown below:
<h1> Free Online Marketing </h1>
<h2> Free Online Marketing Video </h2>
You should to use different headings in your content with your keyword.

2. Keyword in Meta-tags

Meta tags are HTML codes that are inserted into the header on a web page, after the title tag. You should have your keyword placed in the title and description meta tag. Meta tags are added to the <head> section of your HTML page and generally look like this:
<meta name=”description” content=”keyword in the description”>

3. Keyword in the First and Last Sentence

The keyword position does play a role so try to put your keyword in the first and last sentence of your blog post or article.

4. Image Should Contain Keyword

add an alt image tag to the very top image of your webpage (This is usually your
website's header graphic). Use the <alt> image tag using your keyword. The html code used to add an <alt> image tag would look like this:
<img src="YourGraphic.jpg" width="503" height="93" alt="the description of the image">

Thursday, August 9, 2012

How to submit your website to google, yahoo and bing

There are many ways to get traffic to a website. You will most likely do research to find out about those traffic generation methods.

Methods such as article marketing, forum marketing, pay-per-click advertising, social networking, blogging, and social bookmarking all work very well. But getting indexed in google ,yahoo and bing is one of the most effective ways of free traffic to your website.

SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, plays an important role in advertising a website. so you can optimize your website for best results in search engines. Before to optimize your website you should add your site to search engines, but only google, yahoo and bing are important,in that order.

This is Google's actual website submission form. you can use this form to
submit your website to their index of websites:

Yahoo provides both free and paid directory services. Here is the link:             

And for bing ,you can submit you site from this link :

Saturday, June 23, 2012

How To Get a Website To Rank #1 In Google

SEO means Search Engine Optimization. Using SEO means getting your website to end up on Page #1 in the organic search result for a particular keyword phrase...

The main idea of course, is to get an endless flow of free traffic to your website :)

Successful SEO => free traffic => cash in your pocket!!

The problem is: how to get a website to rank #1 in Google..

If you read any SEO book, I bet you'll get a standard answer that says SEO is built of two parts: On-page optimization and Off-page optimization.

In this article, our focus is on Off-page optimization.


Because it's the most important of the two. I'll show this also to you later on...

What is Off-page optimization? Well, off-page optimization is basically all about link building.

Technically, you can get any web page (not just website) into the first page of Google for a particular search term simply by building lots of different backlinks to that webpage using that search term as the hyperlinked text (a.k.a. anchor text) .

For example, if you want to rank #1 for the search term "buy books online", you'll need to have lots of different backlinks to your web page using "buy books online" as the
anchor text.

In case you haven't got the idea, let me rephrase...

- Technically, you can forget about on-page optimization and all other BS, and simply bulldoze your way to the first page of Google for a particular search term - if you can somehow get lots and lots of backlinks, from thousands and thousands of different websites, from all over the net to your webpage, using that search term as the anchor text.

Don't believe? Here's the classic proof:

Go to Google and type in 'click here' (without the quote). You will see that the top results are from Adobe Reader, Flash Player and Apple Quicktime. If you study these webpages, you will realize that the phrase 'click here' doesn't even appear on those webpages!

Hence the so-called 'On-page' optimization cannot be found in these webpages at all.

The only reason these webpages rank high for the phrase 'click here' is because there are probably tens of thousands of websites linking to these webpages using the phrase 'click here' as the anchor text - and you know why.

That's the power of link building (or Off-page optimization).


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Friday, June 1, 2012

SEO - Definitions of Common Terms

Whether you're an internet marketer going online, you are going to learn about SEO (search engine optimization) very early. SEO is the complete term online marketers apply to refer to the technique of getting as much traffic as possible from search engines like Google. It can be confusing provide to know this new foreign language that everybody online usually feel so comfortable with. So instead of struggling to translate everything, learn a few of the essential terms to give yourself before start.
Here are some of the basic SEO terms that you're going to hear.
Meta tags: Meta tags are words that appear in the html code for a page, but do not appear on the page itself. They tell search engines specific information about that page. The most common meta tags are for description (of the page), keywords, and author.
Title tags: These are the words that appear in the tab or bar at the very top of your web browser. They are the "title" of the page that a user will see when they look at the top of their browser.
Hyperlinks: A hyperlink is simply a link you can click on that connects one place to another either on the web or even within a document, such as a slide show. Hyperlinks can be attached to text or images.
Anchor text: This is the clickable text in a hyperlink. Marketers typically use keywords that describe the linked page as their anchor text, which can help in ranking higher in the SERPS.
Internal links: These are links from one page on a site or domain to another. The opposite is an "external link" which involves linking to a page on another website. Both types of links are important for SEO.
Longtail keywords: A longtail keyword is a search phrase that consists of 2 or more words. Usually, the longer the keyword phrase the more specific the information is that the searcher is looking for. In general, it is easier to rank for a longtail keyword since it will have less competition.
Keyword density: Keyword density is a measure of how many times a specific keyword appears on a page in relation to the number of words on the page. If the keyword density is a high percentage, it can be a warning sign to Google that the page is low quality or spam.
Organic traffic: The free traffic you get naturally from search engines and other directory listings is referred to as organic traffic. The opposite is paid traffic, such as the people who arrive at your site by clicking on one of your ads on another site.
Spider: Also referred to as a "crawler" or "robot", spiders are software programs that the search engines use for locating and indexing all the pages and websites on the internet. Spiders follow links from one page to another and will revisit sites, indexing new pages as it goes.

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