A Whirlwind Ride from 2012 to 2024 Introduction Hey there, SEO enthusiasts! Ready for a time-travel adventure through the wild world of SEO from 2012 to 2024?
Gaining quality backlinks for an e-commerce website might be a nightmare these days because no one likes to link a webpage that sells some products.
If your site has been penalized by Penguin or Panda, or if you have received a manual penalty, your first instinct is probably to try and help the site recover in rankings (provided that you weren’t already expecting this and gave up on the site in advance).
The impact of social media on SEO is loud and clear. While everyone is clamoring after the 3 big ones – Facebook, Twitter and Google+, take your chance now and maximize the immense SEO potential of Pinterest.
This year Google announced a number of improvements in their services and cemented their inviolable position in the technology world. The most important announcements on this year’s Google I/O conference were definitively launches of cloud computing platform GCE, Jelly Bean and Google Nexus 7.
Obviously determined to preserve in their efforts to fight black-hat SEO and webspam only with black and white animals that are just cute and cuddly enough to not make the public’s opinion on the algorithms that they are mascots of even worse than it is, on the 24th of April in 2012, Google activated their new algorithm that was later to be officially named Penguin.
The WordPress platform has many characteristics that make it excellent from a search engine optimization point of view. SEO is largely an endeavor that has to do with generating content and making it accessible to users and to the search engines to index.