Negative SEO is the process of pretty much spamming a competitor site with shitty backlinks that will hurt their website ranking, it is a very unethical and evil seo technique, but sometimes people deserve it. I'd recommend that you outsource negative SEO services to someone who knows what they are doing, I usually recommend Negative SEO Link as their prices are affordable and the ordering process is very easy and straight forward. you could also use fiverr, but the effectiveness of this is Read more
SEOClerks is a website filled with thousands of "seo experts" pushing their products and services, this is both a good thing and a bad thing as there are thousands of low quality gigs that will either damage your site, or simply not deliver on their promise, sometimes they will even just out right scam you for your cash. But, I there are also very many high quality gigs that will greatly improve your website rankings as shown in my seoclerks case study that I wrote a few months ago, where I Read more
Go to this URL:
- Enter your URL, remember to include http://
- Click on the blue button that says “Generate Backlinks”
- Copy all the links.
- Index by “pinging”, OneHourIndexing, Lindexed or whatever other indexing service you are using.
As you may know, Google is not using the <meta type="keywords"> for ranking anymore, in fact very few search engines are, although you should not neglect this Meta tag, your focus should be on other tags instead. Here are 2 pieces of MicroData that you should add to your website to increase its potential to be shared and possibly ranked a little bit higher in the search engines. These tags give Facebook and Twitter(and other social networks) various information about your blog Read more
I've gotten the help of the very talented freelance writer to write up a guest post about SEO for eCommerce, as I have recently been experimenting a lot with selling physical goods online, and have always been a fan of the idea, You all might know that I have been selling web hosting services for a while now, and i wanted to try my luck with physical goods. But since I don't have a warehouse to put a lot of products in, I went for a more Individual-Friendly method of selling online; Dropshipping. I Read more
In march last year I created a simple software application for windows called Helge's Switchblade, which i actively developed for 5 months, released by myself on Sourceforge, and later decided to put it up on my own website with a simple landing page I bought from Themeforest, I then customized it a bit, added a navigation bar and uploaded my software onto my server. The template I bought had an email form that looked nice, so I decided I was going to use this to build a little Software Niche Read more