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5 Things to Keep an Eye on in the SEO World in 2005
by Bobby Heard

After the latest PR update at Google and MSN's beta search going live, there is one thing for certain in 2005: the world of search is in for some major changes. There has been growing speculation around the SEO world that reciprocal linking is a thing of the past. Rumors are abound that PR means less and less, if anything. Bill Gates came out of his cave to say that "Today's search is nothing" and that it won't be that way for long... [read more]

Can Newbies Repair Their Search Engine Listing?
by Francisco Aloy

Let's face it: having your website de-listed or sent all the way back to the start of the line isn't a joking matter! All those months of hard work just gone down the drain! Is there a way out of this seemingly mortal blow to your website? Can you repair your Search Engine Listing?... [read more]

Google's New SEO Rules
by John Metzler

Google has recently made some pretty significant changes in its ranking algorithm. The latest update, dubbed by Google forum users as "Allegra", has left some web sites in the dust and catapulted others to top positions... [read more]

Internal Linking ­ - An Introduction
by Vikas Malhotra

The web as they call it is a mesh of links. The more your pages are wired or integrated into the overall web linking architecture, the better it is from a search engine ranking point of view. In this article we will measure the importance of a good internal linking architecture on Google's PageRank... [read more]

Is Search Engine Positioning Dead?
by Michael Buck

Despite what many experts are saying, search engine promotion is very much alive and kicking. This article looks proves this, and looks at the effectiveness and quality of search engine traffic... [read more]

Is your website - Numero Uno on Yahoo?
by A.L Haines

It's pretty well commom knowledge that Yahoo! is the number one search directory on the Internet... This article walks you through the process of submitting to Yahoo! to hopefully increase your chances of getting listed. These concepts may also be used when submitting to many other Internet Directories and Search Engines... [read more]

Is Your Website Content Worth Reading or Obvious Search Engine Bait?
by Jack Humphrey

Webmasters are always looking for ways to increase their traffic and exposure. This is natural and will never change. No one is ever content with their traffic levels. While it is good to be motivated to get as much traffic as possible, it is tempting to try and cut corners and use tactics that are temporary rather than permanent solutions. This article provides some tips and solutions to help you provide quality content on your website, not just search engine bait... [read more]

META Tags Explained and How To Use Them For Ranking
by Frank Kilkelly

The META tags are used to provide extra information about a web page. There was once a time where a good search engine ranking could be achieved by simply changing the value of the META tags. Nowadays the META Tags are decreasing in importance in the eyes of the search engines who are using more sophisticated methods of ranking pages. However, meta tags are still worth considering and are a useful search engine optimization tool... [read more]

Pay For Position Search Engines: A Source for Inexpensive, Targeted Traffic
by Simon J. Marcantonio

Pay for position search engines, also known as pay for rank or pay per click engines have taken off in popularity among Webmasters in recent times. They are now recognised as a cheap effective way to draw traffic to a web site... [read more]

THEMES...The Next Evolution of Search Engine Optimization
by John Buchanan

Themes... many cringe at the mere word, being taken back to a time of term papers and book reports. However, in the field of search engine optimization and search engine positioning, "themes" are beginning to play a CRUCIAL role in the long term success of online businesses... [read more]

Website Keyword Selection
by M. Saqib Ansari

Search engines are the vehicles that drive potential customers to your websites. Since search engines are the first stop for people on the Internet looking for goods or services, the position that your website appears in search results is an important factor. But in order for visitors to reach their target site (your website), you need to provide them with specific and effective signs that will direct them right to your site. You do this by creating carefully chosen keywords... [read more]

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