Tag Archives: Ranking

Negative SEO: How Not To Do It – Infographic

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Everyone that has a website would love to see the number of visitors and ranking of the site increasing. A lot of people go great length for traffic and ranking. Sometimes the approaches are not very useful, or flat out dangerous for the promoted site.

This infographic shows a few ways of negative SEO that will harm your site and have a none desired effect and will turn your site in a zombie. Have a look.

Source: rankpop

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SEO Ranking Factors – Infographic

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New and interesting findings about search ranking factors.

Earlier this month, Moz updated their annual survey of search ranking factors. The survey included: General ranking factors, specific ranking factors and negative ranking factors. This infographic illustrates the results. Have a look and adjust your website and/or blog.

Source: Doublespark

Search Ranking SEO Factors – Infographic

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What’s the difference between the high ranking websites in a Google search and those that appear on page 100 or so?

Take a look at this infographic and see some of the things that make the difference between websites and their ranking.

Source: Esther Gonzalez

 

 

SEO Copywriting: 10 Tips For Ranking Content – Infographic

Many factors contribute to a website reaching and maintaining high positions in search results for target terms. These factors include user experience, site structure, alt tags on images, site maps, and more Continue reading

SEO Copywriting: 10 Tips That Help Rank Content in 2013

The search engine optimization world keeps on changing but one thing that is always constant is that site owners need content if they want their sites to get ranked. Continue reading

Google Going Crazy Over Content Ranking – Infographic

Here is an info graphic designed by seo-vantage that shows why Google has gone nuts and why their updates are acting in such a controversial manner when carrying out their objectives. This also states the purposes with which the two updates were released and tries to express why they are not so effective as claimed in reality. Continue reading

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Fresh And Relevant Content Will Determine Your Ranking – Infographic

Fresh, relevant content is essential for the success of every website. In addition to providing your target audience with information about your business or products, web content provides web crawlers with information about your website and where it should rank in a listing of relevant search results.

Source: Visual.ly, WebKite.com

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Breakdown Of A Person’s Google Results – Infographic

Admit it: You’ve Googled yourself quite a few times. But were you happy with where your name appeared in your Google search results?

Each day, one billion names are Googled. Unfortunately for many, half of all people don’t find themselves in the first page of results when they Google their own name. Only 2% of individuals own the entire first page of their results.

BrandYourself, an online reputation management startup, created this infographic to help you learn how to make results that are actually you appear higher up in search results.

We won’t give away all the tips, but we’ll leave you with this: Out of 100,000 profiles analyzed with BrandYourself, LinkedIn was the social network most often appearing at the top of results.

Source: Mashable.com, brandyourself