Spending all of your time analyzing and then computing the different statistics from your website can be boring and drive you insane. Many different programs have an "analytics" system these days, which are basically graphs and data that are trying to prove a point. They are showing the demographics of your user distribution and the different portals from which your site is viewed. For instance, the statistics from a website these days can get everything down to the operating system, the browser, and the IP address of the user which decided to post a comment. I am not insinuating in any way that there is a harmful desire backing these statistics, merely that there is an overabundance of information that can clutter and slow down the lives of the average business man. There is no point in reading so far into a company's website as to say that Firefox users for example are for some reason for profitable than internet explorer users. Even though you might be thinking...
Intense battles as being waged daily in the coliseum of Google search results. Web designers are constantly tweaking their websites in the hope of achieving ranking success. If you are a site owner or designer attempting to gain ground and perhaps surpass your competition, here are six rules to climb to a better ranking.
1. Design your site with the user in mind.
Every updated search algorithm from Google makes it more and more important for your site to offer easily-accessible content of value to the user. Can your users find what they are seeking? Is there enough quality content available to cause them to spend time on your site? Do your site's pages load quickly? Is visiting your website a positive experience for users, or will they quickly become frustrated and click the "back" button? Make your site as simple, user-friendly, and useful as you can in order to keep visitors and improve your placement in the search...
Have you ever wondered why your website seems to be always changing in the form of its Google ranking? One day you are on page one and the next you have dropped to page five... and in a week you are still not at a constant place. This is madness, this is Google. Unfortunately with an ever-changing system such as Google, you are bound to always be hitting speed bumps and have problems down the road. There is more or less nothing you can do about this except constantly be on your game and always be looking ahead to the future. This breaks down in two ways, one is that you always have to be ready to fix a problem that Google has caused for you. This means if your SEO ranking drops in someway you now need to find a different way of promoting your website and gaining that virtual credit towards a higher ranking.
On the other leg of this spectrum, there is another way to guarantee higher website rankings but also increased revenue. Lets examine the way your customers will view your...
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Ever since Google rocked the world wide web with its Panda updates, bloggers have been a little afraid of using strategies that once worked to increase organic search engine traffic. Google has made it clear that a comprehensive internal linking strategy works to gain SERP ranking.
Why Should Bloggers Fuss With Internal Links?
The most important reason to generate internal links between pages and posts is to capture visitors in a natural way. First-time clicks are incredibly hard to win, and your bounce rate will go down if readers can explore a topic deeply on just one site. Multiple page views also expose visitors to your message many times in subtle ways, so internal links are absolutely necessary for bloggers who are trying to make money online.
Almost as important, a good internal linking strategy helps search engines recognize that you're not just some random blogger posting random information. Bots follow internal links to see how...
With every New Year, new challenges await online marketers. Though many online marketers understand this, 2011 seemed to bring in thousands of brand-new online marketers, and they may not fully understand the challenges that await them in 2012.
By understanding these challenges now, new online marketers will be better equipped to handle the New Year. Moreover, it gives them an advantage over their competition. Here are a few challenges they should expect to face.
Competition is healthy, but it is also dangerous to your own business. With more people moving their business online, the competition will be great. Therefore, online marketers need to refine their strategy to account for the competition they will face. Even if you believe that you are in an unpopulated niche, you can expect to have competition in 2012.
One thing you can do to prepare for your competition is to get a head start on your various campaigns, such as your...
Social shopping is the latest trend in online marketing that has brought together both the buyers and sellers together on a common platform. The increasing number of social shopping sites has provided a great opportunity to the customers for shopping online in the comfort of their homes. In addition, the customers can view all kinds of products under one roof that enables them to make a smart purchase decision.
It also provides an edge to the sellers as they get a unique chance to showcase their products to their customers. Online catalogs are a very popular way of advertising products and they help the customers to have a clear idea about the products offered by the company. Besides, social shopping sites are usually customer friendly and interactive so obviously many people ate attracted to these sites. If you are selling a product or service using this medium, then you can definitely expect a good response from the customers.
This past year with the release of Google's new social networking site we were met with heavy skepticism on how it would fare in the real world. As you may know, Google decided to build up the hype behind it's own new site, by making it seem exclusive and only allowing people to join through an invite. The truth is as funny or attractive of an idea as that seemed, people were very off-put by the idea of an online social networking site that would be making itself exclusive before it even get mainstream. Basically people thought, why leave Facebook for a newer, cleaner service that is just going to abuse us ten times more than we were at Facebook, it was a bit of the "if it's not broken, don't fix it" mentality which went a long way to possibly destroying the social media giant that could have been.
After lots of speculation and months of many people losing their interest, Google finally decided to open the floodgates for unlimited...
People often ask the merits of purchasing web traffic. They may ask what the benefits are, or if the rate of interest is worth it so that they will be able to make more money than they are spending. While this always varies from person to person when it comes to the specific money increments and trade-offs, there are some main factors that you should take into account when determining how much traffic to purchase for your website.
The main reason behind purchasing web traffic is clearly to boost page views, though this process is much more complicated than that by itself. In the end we are really trying to increase revenue through a specific path that will usually lead into a linear profit or loss. To put it more clearly, think of a website as a business, they have a clear goal in mind: to make money, but they might also have a side-goal or a niche idea they are trying to represent and promote while they make money. There are a few different ways that a...
Just like a sword-fought battle you would have seen in Ancient Greece, the Internet is filled with fierce competition every way you look. All it takes is one Google search to find out that your competition has already invested in the latest tech to put his website one step ahead of yours. This is unacceptable, absolutely unacceptable. What can you do about it? You are not an endless money pit, you have to draw the line somewhere and you might have to quit if your competitors keep throwing their money at site boosting techniques. Wrong, you don't have to worry if your competitor has beaten you at one leg of the race because that is all that has happened. You may have started out badly and fallen slightly behind but in the ever-changing and possibly never ending Internet there will always be a new method and a new technique to boost your website ahead of his and stay there. The number one way to guarantee your website's success is to promote yourself through...