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Still not improving much?
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It’s amazing how many people ask me questions about Google PageRank on a regular basis.
The main concerns people tell me are –
Why doesn’t my site have higher PR – am I doing something wrong? How come such and such site has a high PR; their site sucks! How long does it take to acquire PR?
I completely … Read the rest of this entry »
Is it just me or have you also noticed that Google seems to be paying a lot more attention to brands these days? So much so, in fact, that it can almost feel that brand signals might be included as a part of their search engine ranking factors?
Are brands really being given more weight in Google? And how … Read the rest of this entry »
Google’s mission as stated on the company information page is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
Yet, most websites are nothing but a hodge-podge of disorganized content without any central theme.
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what makes it impossible for them to rank for any competitive (read: traffic-bringing, money-making) keywords.
Take, for … Read the rest of this entry »
In part one of this post titled, How I Started, Grew & Sold An E-commerce Business For Quarter Million Dollars ($250,000), I wrote about how I came about the idea for the e-commerce website that I started, grew and sold, while on an international work-related trip.
The article goes in depth explaining the formulation of the idea, the … Read the rest of this entry »
People who run e-commerce sites – sites that are focused on making sales of a product – have a history of great difficulty when it comes to search engine optimization. We are told to build links to improve search engine rankings, yet why would a person link to a site that is essentially a glorified shopping cart?
One of … Read the rest of this entry »
Michael Kwan is fast becoming a review king and he’s offered to help me out here at Entrepreneurs-Journey too. In this review, Michael investigates an e-book by Eric Brown called “SEO Essentials For a Top 10 Search Engine Ranking”. Read on to see if Michael thinks this book will help you improve your search engine rankings…
SEO Essentials e-Book … Read the rest of this entry »
If you are on the StomperNet mailing list (you can sign up by filling out the form on this page you have no doubt already received news and links to more great free videos for the re-launch of the program.
As an affiliate for StomperNet I received a neat little PDF that explains what has been going on behind … Read the rest of this entry »
A quick welcome and thank you to the latest sponsor of Entrepreneurs -Journey.com, Search Engine Guide.
You should already see there banners floating around here and if search engine news and education is your cup of tea, or you want to learn how to optimize your small business for search engines, spend some time at SearchEngineGuide.com.… Read the rest of this entry »
If you read Rich Schefren’s latest free e-book – The Final Chapter (aff) – you will have come across a link he provided to a great tool called Search Status for the Firefox browser.
You can download Search Status here
It’s a neat little Firefox extension that provides you with some handy shortcuts for things like PageRank, AlexaRank, backlinks, … Read the rest of this entry »
As is glaringly obvious I was promoting Brad and Andy’s StomperNet launch on my blog recently (thanks to those who signed up under my affiliate link too – I suspect you will have tremendous success over the next 12 months if you implement what you learn and work with the StomperNet community).
The first post I made about the … Read the rest of this entry »
Today (Thursday) the doors on StomperNet Membership are opening again to fill the last few available spots that Brad and Andy didn’t fill during the previous few weeks.
In case you missed the hoopla, StomperNet is the ultimate search engine optimization and website conversion course. You know me and you know I don’t like hype and this product launch … Read the rest of this entry »
The huge hoopla surrounding the Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins product launch is coming to an end (or at least you can finally buy the product) on Tuesday USA time.
I’ve never received so many emails for one launch before and to be honest I couldn’t keep up. However there is one place where everything is being kept nice … Read the rest of this entry »
I have no doubt this topic has been discussed on many SEO forums before but I’m going to give my take on it based on what I have experienced.
The “Google Honeymoon” as I call it, is the period 24-48 hours after producing a new web page where it first ranks in the Google search index. In my experience … Read the rest of this entry »
Back when I began working online and learning about search engine optimization the very first source of quality information I found was Brad Fallon’s free SEO course (aff). I still recommend it as the number one place to start learning how to improve your natural search engine rankings at no cost.
I hadn’t heard much from Brad lately in … Read the rest of this entry »
If you are into search engine optimization there is a new book called “Google Rank Secrets” with the tagline – How to get listed in Google and Rank in the Top 10 which you may be interested in.
The book claims to help you to – “Rank In The Top 10 Search Results Within 30 Days … Read the rest of this entry »
This is the second part of a report produced by John Webster from AIM IT looking at the key metrics in web site traffic reports.
If you haven’t done so already, read part one – Analyzing Key Metrics in Your Web Site Traffic Reports – Part 1.
This important report shows how visitors found your web … Read the rest of this entry »
John Webster is a fellow I recently met through this blog. He came across some of my search engine optimization articles and instantly made contact with me. Turns out John is a super fan of web site marketing and SEO and runs his own firm in Australia called AIM IT.
John sent me through a solid report on analysing … Read the rest of this entry »
It’s probably just the Google Dance (PageRank) update still going on and if you follow your PageRank I’m sure you have noticed this too – but doesn’t it seem that PageRank is dynamic now rather than static in-between updates?
I notice when I wake up in the morning here in Australia PageRank is lower across the board and then … Read the rest of this entry »