Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Today we have a guest post from Olga Ionel You can spend hours and hours designing the perfect website. You could make it look beautiful and it could be so attractive that you will be proud to call it a part of your business. However, if the search engines [...]
People (including me) get very often unsolicited SEO offers. Often it is pure spam, or an outright fraud. But how to distinguish between en real professional offer and a guy that is in for a quick buck? This post shows you 7 tips to help you decide whether the offer is genuine and worth considering or should simply go to the spam box.
You may have managed to get your page indexed, but have they been indexed in the correct language? Because if the search engines have identified the language of your web pages incorrectly, then you are in trouble. This incorrect language identification happens more often than people imagine, and can have a severe impact on your SEO, page ranking, number of visitors and of course on your click-through rate. Read further to find out how you will be impacted by this stupid problem…
The Panda algorithm impacted 12% of the English language sites. Now Panda has been rolled out to the rest of the world. How can you recover if you have a non-English site? And how does it affect your localization and can you recover from penalties to your localized content?
Google Translate does not provide you with additional SEO juice, as indicated in my previous post, but allows you get conversions from visitors that stray to your site but do not understand the language of your site. Or does it? BEcause if you do not implement Google translate properly, you may not be doing yourself a favor… See what you need to keep in mind for a proper implementation on your site.