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SEO Tip of the Day for Tuesday, May 25, 2010 - Link Sleuthing for Domains

A quick tip (more like a WH cheat/work around) to keep in mind if you're going to be purchasing a new domain name to run a blog/website, if used right, it'll give you a head start.

Link Sleuthing for Expired Domains with Authority Backlinks:
Try xenu link sleuthing .edu's and .gov's for expired domains. I've found tons of (.edu/.gov) pages with PR5-9 that had links to expired domains. You will be surprised how many other .edu/.gov and authority sites link to those. (this also applies to none .edu/.gov sites with a ton of authority and delicious PR.)

Xenu link sleuth is a tool you can use to find broken links on a web sites, there are more options and a little coding knowledge will mean you can take your sleuthing to another level, so it's handy to download and use.

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SEO Tip of the Day for Wednesday, May 26, 2010 - Strategic Link Building

Strategic Link Building That Drives Huge Results. (Note, the more time you put in, the better the results will be in the future)

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A strategic link building campaign is more than just picking one or two methods of building links and running with it. To build a well-rounded link portfolio and have the greatest chances of success, you need a combination of credible links and number of links. Today, I want to talk about the credible links and what will move the needle for your SEO campaign.

Knowing What Content Will Attract Links

To get started, you must know which pages on your website are going to have the potential to attract the most links. Some of the most linkable Web pages contain the following types of content:
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Do you have plans in some distant future to start another website? Don’t wait until you’re ready to purchase your domain. Google seems to assign some weight to the age of a domain, so buy yours as early as you can. Many registrars will give you enough space “free” to put up a minimal site. Add a couple of pages with a small amount of related content. Find a link or two to get the “place marker” indexed. You’ll find it easier to get ranking when you’re ready to fully developed site with your aged domain.
According to Matt Cutts, that is not the case:
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According to Matt Cutts, that is not the case:
Isn't Matt discussing the domain name registration length rather than age of domain?

"How much weight does the number of years a domain is registered for have on your ranking?"
 
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Isn't Matt discussing the domain name registration length rather than age of domain?
Sorry. I saw yesterday another video about the domain age. I will try to find it and share.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Thursday, May 27, 2010 - Test Your Keywords In Adwords

The accuracy of keyword research tools is often questioned – even Google’s external keyword tool. I recommend that all my clients have an Adwords account; it gives the most accurate reflection of actual impressions of a keyword phrase - presuming you bid on it. And you can test any long tailed term or other idea you have for a keyword.

If your site is coming up in the top of the SERPs, having an ad running alongside increases your chances of a click – seeing your company name twice in one search has a positive effect on searchers. Repetition works in advertising. One study (see: http://searchengineland.com/penn-sta...ugh-rate-16684) showed a 15% click through rate on sites which had both organic and PPC listings. While the researcher expected to see a higher rate, 15% might be a significant improvement for many sites.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Friday, May 28, 2010 - A Social Media Maven to Like & Follow

Are you ready to maximize your Social Media presence? There’s an excellent collection of SMO/SEO Tips by Peter Drew of BruteForceSEO on Facebook. Drew's popular FB Page offers more than 20 powerful strategies to make Facebook and Twitter work for you. They certainly work for Drew. He’s turned his discussion area into the articles on optimizing Facebook Pages for Search and traffic - and has success with getting his 'fans' to post. His strategies have also placed his FB page at #5 on Google for "seo tips."

My favorite tip combines what Drew calls the “magic of RSS and your Twitters account feed.” He claims this strategy is what has made his Twitter page a PR5. I'd say not only do I "like" this FB Page, but I think Peter Drew is worth a follow.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Saturday, May 29, 2010 - Title Attributes For Links

An accessible website includes title attributes on links so that visually impaired surfers (and SE robots?) know what to expect at the other end of the link. You might not be up for a complete re-design to make your site fully accessible, but adding titles can go a long way – and are considered by many SEOs to have some value with search engines. Do they? Take a look at this test http://www.seo-lab.com/seo-lab-tests/title-attributes/ and come to your own conclusion.

Notes on the right way to add title attributes: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/h...orrectly/7687/
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SEO Tip of the Day for Sunday, May 30, 2010 - Adding Images To Sitemaps for Google

Are images critical to your site? Do you want to maximize and optimize their indexing with Google? Google recently added the ability to add your images to sitemaps.

From Google's Webmaster Central, Adding Images to your Sitemaps:
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Images are an important element of many sites and search engines could equally benefit from knowing which images you consider important. This is particularly true for images that are only accessible via JavaScript forms, or for pages that contain many images but only some of which are integral to the page content.

Now you can use a Sitemaps extension to provide Google with exactly this information. For each URL you list in your Sitemap, you can add additional information about important images that exist on that page. You don’t need to create a new Sitemap, you can just add information on images to the Sitemap you already use...
Here’s how to do it: http://www.google.com/support/webmas...?answer=178636

Care to discuss this new feature? We have a thread just for you: http://www.v7n.com/forums/google-for...ml#post1359685
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SEO Tip of the Day for Monday, May 31, 2010 - De-mystifying Landing Page Optimization

De-mystifying Landing Page Optimization

Getting good rankings does not always mean you will earn more money from your website. This blog post talks about landing page optimization. If you don't know what a Landing Page is, please visit this link for the definition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_page

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When a website is finally getting respectable traffic, enjoying a decent page rank (PR), and already at the first pages of search engine results, is it time to break out the champagne in celebration?

The shrewd website owner knows this is just halfway through the journey to a successful income-generating website. The end-goal is still how to turn visitors into buying customers. The bottom line is sales conversion, and this is an even harder hurdle to overcome.

It all boils down to what the users do when they get into the site. Do they click on links and advertisements? Do they spend a lot of time reading or browsing products? And most importantly, do they buy?

To convert audience from just-curious exploring visitors into actively purchasing ones, website owners should venture into the realms of landing page optimization.
Continued at: De-mystifying Landing Page Optimization

Some additional information on Landing pages. http://www.copyblogger.com/landing-pages
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Old 06-01-2010, 10:52 PM
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SEO Tip of the Day for Tuesday, June 1, 2010 - All Links are Not Created Equal

This is a long blog post but it will be worth it. (From the SEOmoz blog)

All Links are Not Created Equal: 10 Illustrations on Search Engines' Valuation of Links There are some pictures along with details explained in this post.

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In 1997, Google's founders created an algorithmic method to determine importance and popularity based on several key principles:
  • Links on the web can be interpreted as votes that are cast by the source for the target
  • All votes are, initially, considered equal
  • Over the course of executing the algorithm on a link graph, pages which receive more votes become more important
  • More important pages cast more important votes
  • The votes a page can cast are a function of that page's importance, divided by the number of votes/links it casts

That algorithm, of course, was PageRank, and it changed the course of web search, providing tremendous value to Google's early efforts around quality and relevancy in results. As knowledge of PageRank spread, those with a vested interest in influencing the search rankings (SEOs) found ways to leverage this information for their websites and pages.

But, Google didn't stand still or rest on their laurels in the field of link analysis. They innovated, leveraging signals like anchor text, trust, hubs & authorities, topic modeling and even human activity to influence the weight a link might carry. Yet, unfortunately, many in the SEO field are still unaware of these changes and how they impact external marketing and link acquisition best practices.
Continued at: All Links are Not Created Equal

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Old 06-02-2010, 11:12 AM
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SEO Tip of the Day for Wednesday, June 2, 2010 - Alt Attributes and Images

Think you know all about using the alt attribute? For example, do you know when not to use it? You might want to check SEOWorkers’ tutorial on the Alt Attribute & Image Search Engine Optimization.

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Optimizing images is becoming more and more important in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for websites. The ALT attribute is a critical step that is often overlooked. This can be a lost opportunity for better rankings.

In Google’s webmaster guidelines, they advise the use of alternative text for the images on your web site:

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Images:. Use the alt attribute to provide descriptive text. In addition, we recommend using a human-readable caption and descriptive text around the image.
Why would they ask us to do that? The answer is simple, really; search engines have the same problem as blind users. They cannot see the images.
The article outlines the guidelines for alt images – explaining where they are necessary for accessibility, where alt attributes should be left empty and tips for optimizing for the search engines.

Bonus Tip: Study the rest of this page and you will find some cutting edge SEO strategies. For example, the “Reactions” add content to the page. You’ll find others if you look closely.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Thursday, June 3, 2010 - A Different Sort of Whois Tool

Sometimes we need a new pair of glasses a site – whether the site is our own, a competitor’s, or a possible new client site. SEO tools like link checkers, html validators, speed checkers, and spider simulators can lend a new perspective on a site’s performance, highlighting its strengths and weaknesses.

This WhoIs Tool gives a lot more information than your average whois: http://whois.domaintools.com/. You can see the registry and IP history, for example. The Site Profile tab assesses relevance scores on meta data and shows any listings in DMOZ or Yahoo. It offers information on similar domains. There’s a thumbnail of the site and there is also a link to a wiki for the subject website on aboutus.org.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Friday, June 4, 2010 - How To Be An Advanced SEO

In a blog post, Carlos del Rio, the author of the book, User Driven Change - Give Them What they Want, examines (occasionally with tongue in cheek) advanced SEO by looking at what some better known professionals or bloggers call “advanced seo techniques." He covers siloing and adds some excellent advice on site architecture, and some other strategies that a few others call advanced. It's not that they are not good techniques, del Rio says but that:
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Advanced SEO is not what techniques you use.

So what are your choices and when do they fail?

· White Hat – fails when everyone is well optimized.
· Black Hat – fails soon after it is discovered, especially when you get caught.
· Paid Search – fails when you can’t support the upfront investment.
· Usability – fails when no one sees you.
· Social Media – fails when you are an ass about it. Don’t be that person!
· Design – fails when you are too lazy to build it correctly.
· Analytics – fails when you don’t know what to do with them.
The rest of his discussion is useful to anyone who wants to be an ‘advanced” SEO, but I will quote only two more points (bold his not mine):

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If you want to be advanced you need to learn at least 3 skills from the list above — and make friends with someone who understands the others.

The number one hands down most Advanced SEO Technique you can learn is this:


Stop looking for tips and start working on your site.
The rest of the techniques and del Rio's advice on becoming advanced are here: http://www.userdrivenchange.com/adva...ips-techniques.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Saturday, June 5, 2010 - Googles External Keyword Tool

This is a really good blog post on the YOUmoz blog. The author talks about a few things and also goes into some details. This is a long blog post but should be helpful to some people.

Please note there is a disclaimer at the top of this blog post.

Googles External Keyword Tool: Old vs. New vs. WMC vs. GA

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This is the ultimate showdown. Well, not really, but let me suspend reality for a minute or 20 as I put these ‘official’ keyword research tools up to the test. The purpose of this post is to try to gain a better understanding of which keyword tools to use and what to expect from them. After all, we all want to be able to effectively pick the ‘right’ keywords from the start and we all don’t have Goldman Sachs size wallets to run a blank check PPC campaigns.
Continued at: Googles External Keyword Tool

If you want to talk about the things mentioned in this blog post, please create a thread so everyone can join in on the discussion. Some very interesting stat's.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Sunday, June 6, 2010 - Get Over Your SEO Commitment-phobia

Some really good advice in this blog post. Very well written and easy to understand. If you have any questions about something in this blog post, please create a new thread so we can discuss even further.

Get Over Your SEO Commitment-phobia and Take the Plunge

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Two words, small businesses: Buy In. Seriously. That’s my advice. I realize that may sound too trite to be legitimate, but it’s real. The best way to improve your online presence is to make a commitment to pursuing one. You may think you have, but have you, really? Because the biggest thing holding most businesses back from achieving their online goals is simply a lack of real dedication to the cause. Most businesses are still only able to see Search Engine Optimization in terms of a quick fix, a one shot deal, or something worth dabbling in every few months. But when someone starts saying words like “long haul” and “on-going process” they panic.

The reason these companies break out in hives is because they haven’t honestly bought into the process of SEO. Not the way they need to anyway. Sure, they may have bought into the idea of search engines being a valuable small business tool. They may even be convinced that they aren’t making as much money as they could from their website. But they have yet to buy into the idea that SEO is an on-going, day to day practice, as crucial to business success as inventory control and customer service.

That’s the thing, SEO isn’t the coat of wax you put on your car after cleaning it… SEO is the engine.

To honestly commit to SEO, you don’t necessarily need a huge budget or...
Continued at: Get Over Your SEO Commitment-phobia

Like i said earlier, any questions that you might have or even advice to add onto this, please create a thread and link us to the article so people can read it and be able to respond with advice that's on topic.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Monday, June 7, 2010 - Power Link Building with Articles

Most of the link building that's done with articles is not what I would call power linking. You may have a control over the content, the link and anchor text when you submit something to an ezine, but you aren’t going to convince me that article directories carry much authority with Google.

Submit your articles, instead, to industry associations or publications in your niche. Land an article with a link from your professional association and you have a trusted site link!

See if you can place a story with the local paper – either through a reporter or with your own byline. Either way, links from the local newspaper are excellent for local SEO and another trusted source for a link. If the editor likes your writing style and publishes the content with your byline, ask if the paper would be interested in a regular article. This can establish you as an authority in your niche. Now, that's powerful.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Tuesday, June 8, 2010 - Search Engine Optimization And Quality

Search Engine Optimization And Quality Content

I thought this one was a good read. Makes you really think.
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The Importance of Quality Content for SEO One of the most common misconceptions is that in order to rank well for SEO you have to have pages and pages of content that are packed with keywords and phrases that relate to your topic. While it is very true that you do need to have a high quality design to your website that does incorporate important keywords, it is not true that you need to pack the website with too many keywords. In fact, quality content is much more important to most website owners anyway. In fact, quality content makes a difference to search engines too.

The one thing you have to realize is that website owners now need to focus on quality content more so than just seo terms. The fact of the matter is, quality content is not just something your readers want and expect to have, but it is also something that the search engines are learning from. Search engines like Google and Yahoo, for example, now have complex software programs that not only provide readers with the right website by using keywords but they also understand language. In fact, these
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SEO Tip of the Day for Wednesday, June 9, 2010 - Spinning Comment Spam Into Gold

One of the most popular types of link building seems to blog commenting – and if you have a blog, you know how popular you are with spammers. How to turn comment spam into gold? It’s not an overnight spin, but moderating your comments may be the best way to go. Do allow links to be followed but only approve comments that add information, value or somehow furthers the conversation.

Add a “guide to commenting on my blog” note that lets visitors know you don’t allow spam, but will allow links within the comment to highly, relevant sites upon approval. Remember: links out to relevant sites are seen in a positive light by Google. They establish your blog as part of the neighborhood. Don’t allow “signature style” links. Those may be seen as spammy by the search engines. On the other hand, links in “context” are seen as more natural.

Do follow up on comments that you approve with a reply or some acknowledgment. You will build loyal readers by making people feel their point of view is appreciated even if you don’t agree with it.
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SEO Tip of the Day for Thursday, June 10, 2010 - What Makes a Great SEO?

Knowledge is a fine thing, but a great SEO needs more than just knowledge on and off site optimization techniques. Creativity, curiosity, a willingness to adapt to change and keen powers of observation may be what makes the difference between a good SEO and a great one. The more you expose yourself to other ideas – on forums like this, or on SEO blogs – the more likely you are to be aware of what’s not really working anymore and where the cutting edge lies. For example, when link exchanges became less effective, smarter SEOs continued to exchange with relevant sites, but they sought contextual links or to exchange mini articles, rather than accepting a listing on a pages with list formatted as Title: Description that are clearly more link farms than true resources.

You have to pay attention, and keep an open mind or you will miss innovative ideas. A great SEO will also watch competitors closely and be able to spot what’s working well for them. But it’s not about chasing the links the competition already has; it’s about finding new opportunities to link that no one has tapped before. Or about anticipating what might work in the future. One SEO blog asks commentators to rate the post, and the comments are marked up in RDFa to offer Rich Snippets to Google. When Google expands its support of Rich Snippets for Reviews of blogs or SEO, this site is ready. Today, great SEOs are probably asking themselves how Google’s new, improved indexing system (Caffeine) may impact SEO, and they are considering how they can capitalize on Google’s ability to store more and index more quickly. More on Caffeine: http://www.v7n.com/forums/google-for...completed.html.
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