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SEO Isn’t Mystical


PageRank (PR): Google assigns every website a value between 0 and 10 (with 10 being the best), this value is known as your PageRank (though it often appears as PR). Unlike PageRank, your Domain Authority score is not determined based on one of Google’s own algorithms.

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21 Decoded SEO Terms Everyone Should Know

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ALT text ALT text is a description of an image in your site’s HTML code. Spiders or bots (which we’ll define shortly) crawl around your site to see what’s in it, but they can’t read images. A long tail keyword would be “coffee shops in San Francisco.”

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Social business, the forest and the garden: Your intranet is not the Internet


The last 20 years have witnessed many success stories over the net: sites such as Yahoo!, Altavista, Geocities, AOL, Google, Amazon, WordPress, eBay, Hotmail, Wikipedia, MySpace, Flickr, Delicious, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Quora, Pinterest all had their days of glory.

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Best SEO Guides, Tips and Resources of 2010


How does the introduction of Google Instant change SEO tactics? What are the crucial tasks to include on site audit and pre-launch SEO checklists? Google Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide 2010- Plain Speak on SEO by WorkingPoint. Google Instant and SEO.

40 Essential SEO Terms Marketers Should Know [Glossary]


Jargon alone shouldn't stop you from making your site the powerful marketing tool it can be. ALT Text/Tag or Attribute - A description of an image in your site's HTML. Social bookmarking sites (example: let users share websites they like with each other.

Best of 2008 - SEO Tools, Part 1


Link Counter shows you which links on a site are live, broken, 301 redirected, HTML or JavaScript-based. Rank Checker Rank Checker is a simple but slick Firefox plugin from SEO Book that easily check the current rank for any website, on multiple key phrases, across Google, Yahoo and MSN.

Best of 2009: SEO Tips, Part 1


How can you get the most of out of Google’s free webmaster tools to improve rankings? The brilliant—and entertaining—David Harry provides an exhaustive list of the primary and secondary factors affecting search engine rank, from link-related factors (link text, relevance, PageRank) and header data through trust-related factors (domain history, outbound links) and “dampening factors&# (poor coding, duplicate content and URL issues).

Best of 2009 (So Far): SEO Guidance, Part 4


How can you get the most of out of Google's free webmaster tools to improve rankings? sites including "kayaks" or "kayaking" will show up on a search for "kayak"). The site looks a little spammy, but the article is a helpful, quick read.