Friday, 29 November 2013

Free High Pr Document Sharing Sites List Nov 2013

Latest Free Document Sharing Sites List 2013
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Thursday, 28 November 2013

Free Sites to Raise your Social Media Following

Free Sites to Grow your Social Media Following:

Getting a solid social media following is imperative to building a strong business. Unfortunately, building a social media presence is also very time-consuming and can take valuable time away from making sales and improving your business. With the help of these free services, however, you can build a solid social media presence without investing hours of your time.

1) Gremln
Creating a strong social media presence requires consistently updating and posting to your pages. With a busy schedule, fitting those posts in can be a hassle at best and an interruption at worst. Gremln helps prevent your social media presence from falling into disrepair by providing a single platform to schedule updates. Gremln does have paid upgrades for those interested in integrating more profiles and usernames into the system, but the basic service provides an adequate introduction to Gremln’s service.

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Matt Cutts: No Limit on Number of Links on a Page

Matt Cutts Said their is no limit on number of links on a page...

Matt cutts answering a question “How many links on a page should we have? Is there a limit?” Matt said that 100 links limit was actually removed in 2008 itself.Technically, it was not limit on number of links, it was limit on page size of 100KB, as they assumed that if one link size is 1KB, than its fine to have 100 links on certain page, but it was for old age algorithms and not valid any more for modern web to have limits on page size.

Google’s Matt Cutts posted a video explained that there is no limit on number of links which a single page can have, there can be more than 100’s of links per page if they are not of spammy nature and Google will not penalize you for that.

Matt explained that webmasters can have as many as link they want on any of web page, and there is no restrictions, with change of how web page contain rich media, images, Content and other web elements, the limit on page size which Google bots can crawl also increased and hence the number of the links.

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Top Seo Interview Questions and Answers for freshers 2013

Latest SEO interview questions and answers for freshers 2013:

1. What is SEO?

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of changing the position of a website or a web page in a search engine's search results (Organic or Natural results).


SEO stands for search engine optimization and is a part of internet marketing. SEO is a method by which the visibility of a website or a web page is increased on search engine.
Google, yahoo, bing

2. Types of SEO

Two Types of SEO are
  • On Page Optimization
  • Off Page Optimization

3. SEO Techniques

Two SEO Techniques are
  •  White Hat SEO
  • Black Hat SEO ( Negative SEO )
4. What is On Page Optimization?

On-page optimization is one of the types of SEO that refers to factor that gives outcome to website or web page ranking on SERP ( Search Engine Results Page ). On-Page Optimization means controlling webpage by you or by your page coding.

Some of the examples are HTML Code, Meta Tags like Meta Title, Description, Content Quality, Keyword Density, Outbound Links, Image Alt tag etc.

5. What is Off Page Optimization?

Off Page Optimization is also one of the types of SEO that are not controlled by the page coding.

Examples of Off-page optimization Link building, Blog posting, Image Sharing, Document Sharing, Video Sharing, Info graphics submission, Increasing Page Rank and Page Authority, Article submission, Getting high quality links from relevant sites etc.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

11 FREE Tools for Measuring Social Media Success

One of the most challenging tasks in selling digital marketing to the C-Suite is defining the return on investment (ROI). It can be particularly challenging when justifying the budget for social media marketing (SMM).

Many SMM efforts lend themselves to brand building, community building, and customer service. Unlike "traditional" SEO, these activities aren't always transactional in nature.
Marketing ROI has traditionally been measured like this:
Return on Investment (%) = (Net profit / Marketing Costs) × 100.
Sometimes, cost per customer acquisition is the measure. As recently as 2010, the dawn of social media marketing, those in the C-Suite attempted to apply the tried and true transactional ROI model to SMM. The CMO Survey, as reported by Forbes, lists the most common metrics used to measure social media investment.

What would you like to see from Webmaster Tools in 2014? Tell To Google's Matt Cutts

Google's Matt Cutts gave a better chance to people on his personal blog asking suggestions for webmaster tools 2014, people what would like to see changes in Google Webmaster Tools for 2014. 

A few years ago, Matt Cutts asked what people would like from Google’s free webmaster tools, He shared a pretty big list of ideas he thinks people would like to see, but noted that the Webmaster Tools team isn't actually working on these features

This is awesome opportunity for people to be able to suggest things they want on webmaster tools and get heard by cutts and webmaster developing panel members, It is interesting to look comments who are already posted their suggestions, Everyone have own personal list of things I would love to see, and I see others wanting the same thing as well.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

FREE SEO Best Tools For On-Page Optimization

Google's official position on webmaster best practices really hasn't changed much over the years. What has changed is the search engine's ability to enforce these guidelines through improved algorithms. The implementation of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird has had a profound impact on the SEO landscape.

Google's Matt Cutts has remarked that no one should be surprised when a website that hasn't followed the guidelines is penalized. What Cutts overlooks or chooses to ignore is something that I have dubbed the "Google Paradox". I suspect the Google paradox is the root cause for one black hat forum member expressing his desire to "punch Matt Cutts in the face" (per Cutts' Pubcon 2013 keynote).
In order to reach the top of the SERPs and stay there in 2013 and beyond, your website must deserve to be there. It needs to be the best in class. It must offer the best user experience in that niche. Fortunately, there are a number of free tools that can help you achieve that goal.

Keyword Research

Developing the right list of keywords remains a staple of SEO, even in 2013. Because the keyword selection has such a profound impact on the overall performance of a website, the keyword selection process shouldn't rely on a single tool.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Matt Cutts said should we use disavow tool without receiving a warning!!!!

Matt says the main purpose of the disavow tool is to clean up links acquired as a result of doing bad SEO.
Matt Cutts, head of Google's web spam team, post a video about disavowing links in his latest video where a user writes in to ask:

Should webmasters use the disavow tool, even if it is believed that no penalty has been applied? For example. if we believe ‘Negative SEO’ has been attempted, or spammy sites we have contacted have not removed links.
Matt says there’s no cause to worry about disavowing links even without receiving a message about them in your Google Webmaster console.
In which cases you can use this tool even without a manual action?
1. Once you have ready to drop all other options in attempting to get those links removed from the web, it would be a perfect time to use the disavow tool.

How to Get Your Site Ready for Penguin 3.0

How to Get Your Site Ready for Penguin 3.0:

As you know, Google rolled out Penguin 2.0 By May 22nd, only 2.3% of the sites in Google’s index have taken a hit from it. Needless to say, Penguin 2.0 was nothing compared to the first iteration.
Some say that Google Penguin 2.0 was less harsh than the first.
But I think that it had more to do with the fact that most SEOs that changed their link building approach after Penguin 1.0. Blog comments were replaced by guest blogging. Profile links were replaced with broken link building. And many black hatters (myself included) went legit.
Webmaster’s Note: This is a Guest Post courtesy of Brian Dean of Backlinko, a site with the sole purpose of helping intermediate SEOs take their game to the next level.
Unfortunately, Google isn’t done rolling out punishing updates that nail site owners who violate their webmaster guidelines. If you want to survive Google updates, you need to be ahead of the curve.
Here’s a quick and “dirty” guide to surviving Google’s next update. Obviously, I don’t have insider knowledge at Mountain View, but I do have a few educated predictions about where the Google algorithm is moving.

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Monday, 18 November 2013

Google’s Matt Cutts: Don’t Duplicate Your Meta Descriptions

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about meta descriptions in his latest video where a user writes in to ask:

Is it necessary for each single page within my website to have a unique metatag description?
When it comes to metatag descriptions, Matt says there are really only two viable options. You can either have unique metatag descriptions, or you can choose not to put any metatag description at all. Definitely don’t have duplicate metatag descriptions.
A very easy way to avoid having duplicate metatag descriptions is by registering and verifying your website with the free Google Webmaster Tools console. Google will crawl your website and tell you if they find duplicate metatag descriptions.
Generally speaking, Matt says it’s probably not worth your time to write a unique metatag description for every single page on your website. Matt doesn’t even bother to do that on his own blog. 

Sunday, 17 November 2013

High Pr Instant Approved Directory Submission Sites List
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