Feb 14

What’s Wrong with This Google Result?

What is Wrong with this Search Result?

Do you see it?

Jun 10

Blog And Website – The Differences

The undying battle between a blog and website to have the crown as the simplest way in advertising services by a company in the web is never ending. It’s an issue, till now, is yet to be decided. Marketing experts use both techniques to gain as much visitors as practical. But , what’s the real deal between the two strategies? To put an end to this question, here are the definitions of each. You be the judge which is better.

Blogging is a route for an individual to relay to people what she wish to say or publicize. It is vital to keep updating blogs every day because this will keep readers glued in to the internet site. Valuing clients and tending to their needs and inquiries as much as practicable for them to feel at ease and stay to it. Making a link in areas that has relevancy to your subject or products. When readers post comments, this can stir a dialogue between you and other viewers.

Blogs allow marketeers to post photos, text and videos online in a short period of time for nothing. Having a blog gives marketers the chance to reach out to web users around the planet in a more private way. Ensure blog posts contain useful information that will help a lots of spectators in their wants. Thought about as dynamic marketing, blogs can be simply done by any person in their own web site.

Web sites are regarded as more static compared with blogging. Advertisers can tell more about the products of the company. A detailed content is very much required in this marketing method. Unlike blogging where it needs regular updating, sites can be updated only when fresh products are available or a special offering.

Posting blogs in web sites can be a brilliant idea to keep your customers posted each time. Swapping links to other websites where both sites can benefit is a good way to push and publicize goods. Not only do you get to post your links freely but you also gain a new partner in the web business.

Nevertheless it is important to ensure that the subjects in the web site you chose and your website can relate to each other. Select a web site which has good standards, also because an internet site with a poor reputation online, can pull your web site down the drain with them.

Whether you choose a blog or website, it doesn’t matter. We have laid the good points and bad points of both, it is down to you what will you select and what fits your business needs better. Start choosing now in order to make either a blog or web site. Be prepared re the physical as well as the financial aspect of putting up a blog or a website. Good luck!

If you are wonderfing how you can get more traffic to your blog or site then do not worry. You can do so by following the steps mentioned in the Automated Traffic program.

Automated Traffic is a program by Jeff Dedrick that teaches users the core strategies and the various ways of setting up traffic-generation methods that, once set, become automated. And help you increase revenues from your site.

Read more from this guest blogger at the internet marketing blog: PromotedProfits.com

Jun 10


Many may have heard about Hubpages, it is more popular to netizens who are always searching for information, images and topics which are useful to them. This provides an opportunity for online users to share what they have to offer in the form of content material.

One of the advantages that Hubpages offers is that, it provides opportunity to users to gain profit for their contents. Not simply does it benefit those who are sharing their content but in addition those browsers who are seeking for quality information. Hubpages is indeed one of the sites to consider.

How can one gain money? How can a user do it? Let us find out how. Let us discover the world of Hubpages and scan through the pages that have been making this world alive.

First, through Hubpages, one can construct his or her online presence. Earn their laser target market’s trust through their outstanding credibility and unfathomed reputation online. One can truly put together their own empire through Hubpages, by being an expert in an individual’s chosen niche, targeted visitors will easily pick up the quality articles you have made. In this way you can be perceived as the authority in an individual’s chosen niche. By establishing your own reputation and credibility, people will easily recognize you and will choose your product over others.

Second, one can also engage in affiliate internet marketing through Hubpages. By choosing related topics to your own hub as well as ads then you can surely gain more by engaging in affiliate internet marketing via Hubpages.

Third, you can both utilize ones own own web site at the same time Hubpages in order to rank well in search engines. By having an individual’s own internet site, engaging in affiliate advertising and marketing and use Hubpages, you will surely gain much capital in return.

Just be sure though for you to are putting in original, unique and quality content material. If you know how to use Hubpages to its full advantage you will surely earn more capital in return. Hubpages has a few features that will help determine. Just like Hub Score which is determined by the number of clicks and views done. This Hub Score determines your own Hub Status which will make or break an individual’s online credibility and reputation. This will also elevate ones own ranking as well as popularity among browsers.

Try using Hubpages now for ones own business and gain the money that you were aiming for. You have to get advantage of its popularity and make use of it while it is still hot in the market. You can be assured that you can earn more with the help of Hubpages. Try it now and see the profits coming in.

There are many internet marketing websites which provide you with tips on writing good blogs. Blogging helps you in link building for your website.

For more information: PromotedProfits.com

Mar 10

Why Blogging is Better than Speaking

Blogger speaking

I talk a lot more than I blog. But, I’d like to change that. Here’s why:

  • 100% Control
  • No one can detect your accent
  • You don’t get interrupted
  • You approve comments
  • You establish a record
  • You can do it with a big ol cigar in your mouth
  • Google will find you

Nov 09

Why I U Comment, I Follow

U Comment I Follow Badge

Call me a noob if you want, but I’m resurrecting the old u comment, i follow practice for SMO Blogger.  No, I’m not one of those idealistic bloggers who think that commenters are basically good people–not that most commenters are even people–who are just misunderstood and have a right to be linked to.  I don’t have a “Save the Comments” bumper sticker on that back of my green powered car. Blogs were social before social media became mainstream. Part of optimizing your social media universe is making your blog the social hub you want it to be.

Search engines use the nofollow concept to block link credit from going to spammers, even though to the human eye, it’s still a link. The only part of the code that’s different is ab HTML attribute which reads this way if you view source in your browser:


That one little link of code will single handedly shut down the link love spigots of Google from delivering even a drop of link credit to your site. Of course, you’ll find it trendy among social media and SEO types to post that building nofollow links pays link juice dividents. They are wrong.

I don’t recommend adding U Comment, I Follow on an established blog. Why? Because, if you haven’t discovered this already, spammers will rush in from the fields to drink from the comment troughs. You can infer from this that if SMO Blogger ever becomes an established blog, I will likely turn off U Comment, I Follow.

Here are the three reasons I U Comment, I Follow Blog:

  • More content -granted user generated content is something that search engines probably want to filter out and get rid of because of it’s high volume and noise. I’m an experienced blogger but darn it, this is a new blog and I need activity, controversy, tension, etc. to help us get to the core of what social media optimization really does for us all.
  • More friends
  • More Links – I’d like SMO Blogger to be added to all of the quality IFollow blog directories and lists out there for link loving consumption.

Lastly, what WordPress Plugin do I use? Of course I use WordPress for blogging. Doesn’t everyone?

It’s called FollowMyLinks by everflux and here is a snippet from the plugin author page:

Follow My Links is a very simple plugin that prevents WordPress from automatically adding a “rel=nofollow” attribute to the following two categories of authorial links:

1. links in the post author’s comments;
2. links to the post author’s URL (usually linked to from the comment author’s username).

The default behaviour of WordPress (as of version 2.8) is to add a “rel=nofollow” attribute to all links in the comments section, including links in comments made by the post author and links to the post author’s website. The nofollow attribute prevents search engines like Google from following (indexing) such links, and passing “link juice” (including PageRank™) to the linked pages. In fact, nofollow was originally introduced by the major search engines as a deterrent or counter-measure to link spam in blog comments. For that reason, it doesn’t make much sense to have nofollow on your own links, when you’re the post author or blog owner, since those links are supposed to be “editorially given” (and therefore spam-free): that’s where this plugin comes at hand.

You Comment? I follow.

Let the commenting begin friends!

Google Web Spam Team chief, Matt Cutts talks about nofollow.

Mar 08

Squarespace Blogging Platform?

Is Squarespace (http://www.squarespace.com) a search engine friendly blogging platform? Is this out of the box blogging platform suitable for SEO purposes? If not Squarespace then what?

Squarespace.com site company line:

Squarespace is an exceptionally tuned publishing system for managing websites and blogs. Need to create a blog? Build a website? Our software helps discerning individuals build stylish, easy to manage websites complete with state-of-the-art blogging tools. Squarespace hosts thousands of high-quality websites — both large and small.

At first glance, I don’t see any reasons not to recommend it for SEO purposes. I don’t see that much difference in this and WordPress except it’s cheaper than the premium version of WP. I signed up and poked around in Squarespace, but I really don’t like the interface that much. So, I’m sticking with WordPress.

Of course, I am just writing from a personal standpoint. I am biased toward WordPress because I’ve been using it so long and invested so much in it. Also, because it is open source and there are tons of plugins and widgets and themes, you know. That’s just my personal view.

I don’t see anything wrong with Squarespace in terms of SEO. I didn’t spend much time in the admin area but I did a site:squarespace.com looked at a bunch of user blogs and they all seemed pretty indistinguishable from WordPress blogs. I don’t recall seeing any with tag clouds like WordPress has, though.

I wasn’t sure but it looked like Squarespace had to be hosted at squarespace.com? And if you want to use your own domain you have to map it to their server? That’s fine but I wonder if you would lose some degree of control without hosting it yourself. It reminded me of WordPress.com blogs, where you just log into their system and post stuff and don’t have to worry about maintaining anything. WordPress has a premium service that they allow you to map your domain to in a very similar way: http://wordpress.com/vip-hosting/.

Thoughts on Squarespace anyone?