SEO Translator

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Excerpt: I don’t recall having posted anything before about black-hat SEO. Ness tells us today the dirty tactics that we should avoid if we want to rank properly in the search engines: ——— Avoid Black Hat tricks! Black hat tactics can get your website taken completely down from most major search engines, and while those tactics used to work, they don’t have much weight anymore. It is best to focus on gaining your rankings legitimately by doing white hat tactics. We are going to cover 8 tactics that are considered to be black hat, to ensure that you are not…

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Excerpt: Today we share an interesting post from Brianne Walters on negative SEO. Enjoy! ———————————- The link-based search engine optimization can have both negative as well as positive modes of attack to hinder popularity of a website. You are already aware of the positive mode of action so let us try to understand the negative one. If you are having a well running site and well dependent on Google searches then it is open to link based negative SEO. If constructive rules of search lead to gaining steps up the ladder in the search engine, its common sense that the same steps that…

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Excerpt: I sometimes search for the term “SEO Translation”, just to check how this blog is positioned in Google (right now it is #2, without attempting any kind of search engine positioning, as I am too busy to launch a real SEO campaign). And I found a funny entry from Quintessential offering a (free) “SEO keyword translation tool” I must admit I was intrigued, as multilingual keyword research is not for the faint-hearted, and requires some significant language and SEO skills. Could it be possible that this translation company had automated multilingual keyword research? After all, these guys have a PR 6,…

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Excerpt: Today we have a contribution for a guest post by Emma Alice: ——————- There are basically two types of businesses which are running smoothly and successfully. First, nationally or globally targeted business and second is local market targeted businesses. In this article it is discussed about the local market targeted business because now most of the people are targeting local market rather than globally. Search engines like Google is also making some changes in local market searches. For instance, in mobile searches the results of local businesses are shown first before the other businesses which are targeting globally. Therefore if you want…

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Excerpt: We start September with a new guest post from Brianne Walter: —————– Whether you want to promote your product, build an online portfolio or just want to share your personal experiences, you need traffic on your blog or site to make it a grand success. A majority of visitors are brought to your site through major search engines like yahoo, Google and Bing. When an user types in a keyword in the search box, the Google search results display millions of sites related to that particular keyword. But most of the times, visitors tend to click on those sites that appear on…