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5 Successful Social Media Campaigns You Can Learn From

If you really want to get your company out there, then you need to seriously think about how you advertise it. It’s not just about the banners, the ads, and the Facebook posts; it goes even further than that. Here are some instances where marketing has been done right – and that have actually managed to bring the company’s popularity through the roof.

Buzzfeed’s “Tasty”

You’ve probably noticed how your Facebook newsfeed is currently packed with short videos of people quickly cooking tasty stuff. They are generally no longer than one or two minutes – and they are usually sped up so that the viewer can see the entire progress.

There are several companies that do this now – but the one that started it is no other than Buzzfeed. Starting on Instagram, Tasty managed to get Instagram followers in just a short amount of time. So, what do we make of this?
Buzzfeed has realized that people love short and easy instructions just as much as they love to eat. And let’s be honest, when you see that delicious dish on your newsfeed, you are bound to stop and see.

Airbnb’s “We Accept”

There’s a reason why Airbnb has become a successful business model – one that rivals even “Booking” in popularity. Through their “We Accept” campaign, they have spread the message that they completely accept all types of personal natures – therefore, making people feel good about themselves.
It made its users believe that they have become part of a community – which caused them to return even more for other services.

Dacia’s Facebook Campaign

When in doubt, always go for Facebook – and this is what Dacia did. They replaced the standard display ads with the boosted posts of Facebook – placing ads about their Logan, Sandero, and Stepway models.
This way, not only were the costs reduced, but they got a 27% increase in ad recall, as well as 6% uplift in purchase intent and brand favorability.

Red Bull’s “Summer Edition”

At this point, you are probably aware of how Red Bull has “given wings” to people for almost 30 years. We say “energizer,” and the words Red Bull come to mind. This is why it was not very difficult for them to create a campaign for their new tropical flavored drink.

Using the best tools for Instagram along with the #thissummer hashtag, Red Bull has gained a lot of popularity. Brand awareness went up by 10 points and 1.2 million consumers have been reached in the making of this campaign.

McDonald’s “Bling Mac” Contest

If you love Big Macs, you are probably also aware of this campaign. To make their product even more popular, McDonald’s launched a giveaway where fans could win an 18-karat piece of gold jewelry – made in the form of the hamburger.
And all you had to do was tweet a “vow” to McDonald’s for Valentine’s Day, along with the hashtag #BlingMacContest. Needless to say, this gained a lot of attention.

In the five cases above, marketing was definitely done right, and it bumped up the brand awareness. So, you will certainly be able to learn from these campaigns.

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My name is Brian and I’m a Graduate of Business Administration Marketing. I work full time in Sales and Marketing. I am also the owner of Blog Engage a social network I created specifically for bloggers. Come and join us on Blog Engage

Should You Really Develop Your Business Around Your Passion?

Popular opinion says that you should blog about something you’re passionate about because you’ll be interested in the topic and your excitement will come across in your content. The belief is that you’ll also quickly grow bored and give up if you’re not really passionate about your topic. But how much weight does this theory hold? After all, this is you’re livelihood we’re talking about. Should you really develop your business around your passion?

There’s something to be said about basing your business plan on your passions. Plenty of successful business people make money doing something they love. And it makes sense – if you’re passionate about something then that means you’re probably more knowledgeable about that topic than the average person. One of the biggest obstacles in marketing is being able to identify what your customers need. And who better to identify the needs of the buyer than someone who’s already an expert on the subject. But should you base something as important as your entire financial future on passion alone?
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About

Sté Kerwer is the guy behind Dukeo.com. He blogs about affiliate marketing, making money online, email marketing, SEO, mindset for success, WordPress and a lot more. To read more about Sté you can either grab his RSS feed or follow him on Twitter @dukeo.

What Most People Mess up in Blog Commenting?

There are really lots of SEO link building methods in the internet today. All of them really work in a certain purpose. One of this is through Blog Commenting / Blog Linking.

What is Blog Commenting ?

This is a link building technique where plenty of spamming has already been done, so to make the best of it, you need to work a little harder in finding quality blogs related to your category and make an on-topic relevant comment.

So now I’ll talk about the simplest but the critical link building method, the Blog Commenting.

In this post I will give to you my view on the SEO benefits in blog commenting, and how it can give you more traffic to your site. Let me explain real quick.

There are softwares for blog commenting but it all boils down to having these tips I gonna mention. This can help you to easily find and generate quality backlinks to your website or blog.

First off, make sure that the comment widget used in the blog has a dofollow attribute. DoFollow is simply term given to websites or blog that follow the hyperlink. It gives inbound links for others hyperlink to the search engines. The internet has a vast collection of dofollow blogs, so you can find them easily.

But, HERE’S THE PROBLEM.

Some people post a dozen blog comments and link back to their homepage using a single anchor text link – using a single keyphrase such as: seo techniques

So, all backlinks pointing back to your site would use the anchor text (blue underlined text) seo techniques only. This is a BIG but common mistake.

There are two things that you MUST do to get even better results from commenting softwares and comment generators and then dominate the search engines.

Tip #1: Don’t point all backlinks ONLY to your homepage. You need to have DEEP link to your secondary pages as well.

For example, if your website contains the following pages…

index.html
seo-training-courses.html
seo-guide-videos.html

You must get backlinks to all of those pages.

Tip #2: You could get backlinks to all those three pages above using only ONE keyphrase (such as “SEO training tips” mentioned above).

This is another big mistake people make. Do NOT use only one keyphrase in your anchor text links. Let me give you an example:

index.html
anchor text link: SEO training tips, SEO guides and ideas, what is SEO

SEO-training-courses.html
anchor text link: SEO training course, SEO training instructions

Anyway, you get the idea. I hope this is all starting to make sense.

So, just to clarify… when you post comments on other blogs don’t forget to include anchor text links back to your website.

But, make sure that you use DEEP links to many pages on your website and use a variety of keyphrases when you link.

That’s about it. This one little tip could make the difference between your website being top 5 within Google or top 50.

Give it a try.

About Kira Permunian

Kira Permunian is a blogger and owner of Best SEO Blogging blog which focuses on SEO, blogging and Social Media. He is a SEO Specialist helping websites to rank well through his SEO strategies. You can also stay in touch with him on Facebook and on Twitter.

Doc Says: How to Handle Trolls and Spammers

At one time or another, all of us in the blogosphere have had to deal with a commenter that was “out there”. I mean someone that either felt they had a good reason to try to ruin your day, or just take pleasure in ruining days, no matter whose.

For the purposes of this article, I refer to both trolls and spammers as trolls, since they have something in common… they want to achieve their desires, at your expense.

There’s a few different ways to handle these creeps, but the method best suited to you depends on several factors. Here’s a handy way to score the situation, to know how to best deal with it, so that it doesn’t harm your blog or its community.

Evaluating Your Community

What sort of atmosphere exists on your blog? Is it a fairly close-knit group, comprised of mostly regular members, that have already established some relationships? Or is it a more formal blog, with reader participation being less familiar, perhaps of a technical nature? This should be considered carefully.

  • If you feel it’s a very close-knit group, rate this aspect as a 3. If there is very little familiarity, rate it a 1. If it falls somewhere in between, it’s a 2.
  • What sort of attack was the commenter launching? If extremely personal, ie: “You’re a $&%@ idiot”, rate it a 3. If it is rude, but is primarily attacking the theory or premise your post put forth, then rate it a 1. If it falls between the two (or includes both), rate it a 2.

The last consideration is more subjective. You need to consider not only your ability to deal with this attack on a professional level, without losing your cool, but also your regular readers’ ability to not get involved, and the likely effect on the community’s atmosphere. I always make it clear that on my blogs, we “don’t feed the trolls”. By that, I mean, nobody should give them the attention they seek. If anyone is going to address them directly, it should be you.

Of course, there are sometimes members that simply aren’t able to ignore a gauntlet thrown at their feet. If they’ve been around any time at all, you’ll know who they are. Having a member like that on your blog, when such an attack takes place, will enter into your evaluation, as well.

  • If you feel as though your readers will stand down, and let you handle the situation, then rate this point a 3. If you have little confidence that your readers won’t engage the troll, rate it a 1. If somewhere in between, it’s a 2.

Considering Your Options

Now add up your score. The minimum is 3, the maximum is 9. Here’s what I would advise you to use as a general rule of thumb:

9 Don’t even think about it. Trash him immediately, and don’t look back. Blacklist his IP, tell your members you’re sorry, but you’ve handled it, and get back on topic.

7-8 Delete the trolls comment, and while you’re at it, delete him, as well. Grab his IP first, and add it to your blog’s blacklist. Tell your members you’ve taken out the trash, and apologize, if appropriate, for them having had to put up with the disturbance.

5-6 Engage the troll. Once! Tell him he’s out of line, and as much as you hope he’ll tone it down, and stick around to participate in the discussion, if he repeats his previous behavior, you’ll be banning him, his IP address and his first-born. If he repeats, make good on your promise, swiftly and with gusto. Simply tell your readers he apparently didn’t appreciate being given a second chance. Then move on.

3-4 Delete him immediately, add him to your blacklist, and unless directly questioned by a reader, don’t even mention it further. If questioned, just briefly state that the troll/spammer/drunken buffoon somehow made it past your filters, and you’ve removed him. Give it no more discussion than absolutely necessary. The idea here is to minimize the impact, so as to not chase off any readers that feel uncomfortable witnessing any sort of confrontation. You might be surprised how many people there are like that.

You probably noticed that none of the recommended actions included ignoring him, hoping he’ll lose interest and go away. That’s because he won’t. Bad behavior doesn’t change, without consequences. If you allow such behavior, it will only get worse. Nip it in the bud!

Protect Your Community

It’s important to remember that your readers expect you to maintain the atmosphere they came there for. Even first-time visitors hold certain expectations, and rightfully so… regular members, even more so. It is your responsibility to ensure that each visitor is treated with respect. You may even have to step up and say something occasionally between two regular members. The need for respect isn’t diminished by familiarity.

Almost equally important, try not to let it affect YOU. You’re going to take it personally, that’s a given. They came into YOUR home, and spit on the floor. But you need to handle it, and put it behind you. It goes with the territory. You wanted to be a blogger, and you wanted your blog to become a special place. It’s inevitable that someone else, without the ambition or ability to do the same, will envy you, and try to rain on your parade. Don’t allow them to take any more from you than the couple of minutes necessary to delete and blacklist.

As your blog gains popularity, you’ll find you’ll get pretty good at it, and it’ll only take you a few seconds. 😉

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About Sheldon Campbell

I'm a retired business management consultant, and a perpetual student of all things SEO. I also am a copywriter, providing professional webcopy, articles and press releases. I've been involved in SEO for a little over four years, and writing for about thirty. I presently have two blogs, and have had two others, previously. You can connect with me on Twitter or Facebook, and my website is Doc Sheldon's SXO Clinic.

Content VS Marketing VS SEO: Which Is The Real King?

I’ve read many articles about content is king, seo is king or marketing is the real king. But what ever it was, I think it depends on the current level and situation of the blog or the blogger.

Through this post, I will try to tackle this intriguing issues about who is the real king between Marketing VS Content VS SEO.

Content Is King! How?

This is what many blogging gurus taught to newbie bloggers. But the question is, can a complete newbie blogger could create a viral content on his blog? Mostly are not. Unless, if he is a journalist of have an experience in writing.

Writing good quality content to your blog won’t gather traffic, especially for those bloggers who haven’t known on their field (niche) yet. As you mostly can see, most gurus would only acknowledged those average bloggers if those average bloggers already got tons of readers or followers on their blog.

Who will read and follow your post if you only keep on writing on your blog because you are very inspired on writing about your topics?

My Words.

The phrase Content is King was a quote from one of the books that was written by one of the riches people of the world – Bill Gates. On that era, the web still not a phenomenon and lacks of many great information to learn from. Because of that, content made it to be the king on the internet.

Marketing is King

I’ve known many bloggers who is still complaining why they got no traffic to their blog posts where they already did their best on writing good content on their blog.

Well, writing good content on your blog alone won’t drive traffic to blog because no one knows that you have created a blog that you share great information on it.

As what you can see today, most average and B-list bloggers does a lot of various Marketing techniques to make them stand out from the crowded blogosphere.

What they did was build a network of friends and does exchanging of marketing favors like exchanging of bookmarking routine and sharing using social media like facebook and twitter.

My words.

On this era of high technology, writing good content alone won’t make you and your blog great to the eye of your fellow bloggers and new readers. Because before they trust you and your site, they will do some back-end research about you and your blog through gathering feedbacks.

But in order to gather that feedbacks (whether good or bad), you must market your site and tell other people that your blog is worth to read and then ask them to share their feedbacks.

Unlike in the era when content is still the king, ordinary people (internet surfers) will mostly believe what information from the internet could share, because on that time,  scammers are still babies crawling on their mat that needs time to grow up to find who would be their first victim.

SEO or Search Engine Optimization is King! How?

Now, blogs are spreading all over the web like virus. And as what we can see these days, people tend to build blogs to be their online business that would generate a passive income for them. This is the truth!

Not all information are free and because of that, business-minded bloggers are competing each other to be on the top of search engine results, targeting on making money from the internet surfers who search for information that would help them solve the problem they bear.

My words.

Search Engine Optimization is mandatory to all bloggers especially to those who planned to monetized their blogs. But ranking to become on first page of search engine result pages, is not that easy.Though there are still many niches that have less competition which you have the chance to get on the top spot.

The Blogging Evolution.

Since the birth of the internet, information was rapidly spreading using websites then later to blogs and social media. And that because of the evolution on adopting the new technology we have.

Websites and blogs has grown up that made content as the king on its earlier stage. Then later, marketing became the king for more bloggers to gain reputation and credibility.

Today, niche blogging business is very popular to most new, average and A-list bloggers. Because of that, the combination of these 3 factors (Content + Marketing + SEO) became their main technique to convince their targeted readers to buy their products or information. And that what makes them successful online.

Unto You…

In your current level or situation, which is the real king for you? Share your thoughts in the comment below.

About Felix Albutra

Felix Albutra is a Freelance Virtual Assistant from the Philippines. He also blog on his Online Jobs Tips Blog that shares how to work from home as Freelancer. He will also be sharing some internet marketing tips, blogging, seo and the likes.

How To Drive Consistent Traffic to Your Blog

One thing that sets apart good bloggers from just the average ones is the ability of the former to drive traffic on a consistent basis. Driving traffic these days is easy but what counts the most is on whether the traffic that you’re going to drive is going to convert or not.

Conversion can vary depending on the goals that you set as a blogger but the bottom line here is that every serious blogger must aim for consistent and returning traffic, not just a one time spike.

In this post, I would like to talk about different things that you can do in order to get that consistent stream of traffic. But before that, let me just cover first the facts about traffic and why you need to aim for consistency.

Why Consistent Traffic?

This question is kind of like vague. It’s obvious that everyone wants consistent traffic on a daily basis but what’s a consistent traffic in the first place and how does one achieve it? To simply put it, just look at the top bloggers in the industry. They can rest or take a vacation for a week but does that decrease their traffic? Partly yes, but just because of how big they are right now, it’s more likely that the decrease wouldn’t be that much.

Getting that Consistent Stream of Traffic

Now a little bit about me and my blog. When I started last 2008 with MelvinBlog, it grew really rapidly (and of course some others grew even faster!). Just 4 months after the blog has been launched, I started slacking and thought I already had it going.

Long story short, I stopped writing and growing the blog and obviously the result was I lost some readership. That’s basically prematurely thinking that the blog has already consistent traffic. Now that story was long over and I learned a lot from it. I made sure that mistake will not happen again.

So here are now the 5 ways that everyone of us should work on to achieve that consistency. The list starts now:

1. Establish yourself initially via commenting

In the past few months, I’ve written so many articles already about commenting. I’ve always said that the best way to get known initially is to do bulk commenting. And that’s because when you’re getting started there really isn’t that much option. You can’t immediately ask bloggers to accept your guest posts and you cannot get them to link out to you so the way to go is to introduce yourself and the best way is to comment.

I’ve written a comprehensive guide on blog commenting on Famousbloggers and if you’re just getting started, I highly highly suggest you to check out that post.

2. Write for People, but build for search

These days we already know that most search engines, Google in particular, started moving into this model of ranking sites that people are reading the most. But that doesn’t mean that we have to stop caring about the basic things that we have to optimize for our blogs. I’ll be frank with you, SEO for blogs especially with WordPress is damn easy. So why not spend some time setting up things that have to be set up like the All in one seo pack, robots.txt, canonicalization and so on. Those things don’t take more than a day to complete but its long term effect can quite be dramatic.

Another obvious benefit of this is that it can be really rewarding if done properly. Some sites that really do well from search engines almost no longer need to add new content to their site because the search traffic that it gets is already worth it.

3. Establish your social media presence

This is probably one of my biggest regrets in blogging. I dived heads first into social media thinking I can get tons of traffic just by submitting each and every of my posts. Obviously that’s wrong.

Like most things, social media is all about establishing and building your connections first before reaping the benefits. These days I really get good amount of traffic from social media and that’s because I’ve used it as I should and unlike before, I already have connections. Think about it, if you’re just into a new territory and you want people to do things for you, do you think they’re going to do you that favor?

4. Set  Guest Posting Goals per month

Well if we’re aiming for consistent traffic then why do we have to guest post every month? My simple answer is that simply because there are hundreds of new readers everyday. Why do you think guys like David Risley, Daniel Scocco, ViperChill do guest posts even though they’re getting over 1000 uniques a day? It’s because of they know that there’s just so much potential out there and also plenty of untapped traffic sources to get into.

That should be it for you. 5 guest posts per month shouldn’t be that hard. Make sure to set some goal in this and it could really give you a lot of return traffic.

5. Keep Funneling your readers

Assuming you have 30-50 visitors on a daily basis, what do you need to do then? Two things, first is try to work more on getting more traffic and second is funnel those existing readers to make the most out of them.

Funneling them could be as simple as letting sign up to your newsletter or subscribe to your rss and follow you on twitter. Or it could be as complex (and rewarding) as getting them to buy your stuff or join your membership program. All of these depend on what you initially planned and how you want to execute that plan through your strategies.

Conclusion

So that’s it. Just 5 things, but as you can see it involves a lot of hard work and dedication. That’s why I always tell people that blogging isn’t hard, but just needs a lot of hard work. The fact is that people will read this but nobody will do anything which is why only really few people get traffic and eventually make money from their blog.

I hope that in this article I’ve given up some good information on getting consistent traffic and how it can be done. Remember, its not about the quantity, its the quality that you get that counts the most. I’d rather have 50 people reading me and following me over and over again than 1000 people that I’m not even sure if they’re real person or bot, that would follow me for just one day and disappear the next day. What do you think?

About Melvin Dichoso

This post is written by Melvin Dichoso who blogs at MelvinBlog Dot Com where he shares all his thoughts in the industry.

17 Killer Writing Tips for an Internet Audience

As a product of the 80s, I have grown up in a world where if I want to know something, it’s never too hard to find the answer. We’ve all seen an increase in the give-it-to-me-now attitude and with responsibilities and information springing up all around us, none of us have time to twiddle our thumbs any more.

Information has to be easy to find. It has to be concise, while being comprehensive enough to be of use.

As content creators, there is a lot that you can do to make your information more accessible to your internet audience. As you go through these tips, you’ll see how they’ll likely apply to how you hunt for information online.

General writing tips

Creativity

is the key to staying relevant, interesting and fresh online. In order to be creative, you need to spew all your thoughts down without subjecting them to editing. Write your entire article without stopping. Then go back and edit it afterwards.

Start in the Middle

Write the main part of your post first. Your post may not take the form that you initially thought, so you want to leave the introduction and conclusion until the main part of your post is set. This way your introduction grabs your readers’ attention and the post actually matches your introduction.

Do it Everywhere!

As creative beings, we come up with ideas in the strangest of places. When you get an idea, write it down there and then. If you don’t, you’ll forget it and miss out on a potentially awesome post.

Most of us have smartphones now. You may even be using one of the official WordPress apps. If not, you probably have access to a pen and paper. Or a napkin. Or papyrus.

The title

10 Steps to Super Awesome, Attention-Grabbing Post Titles

Okay, so I don’t have 10 steps, but there’s a few good ways of crafting a winning title:

  • Put a number in there. I don’t know why, but people prefer ‘5 tips to success’ over ‘Tips to success’.
  • Use exaggerative adjectives. ’10 killer tips’ beats ’10 fairly good tips’.
  • Capitalize everything but your stop words. Stop words are words like and, as, for, to me etc. e.g. ’10 Killer Tips to Improve your Writing’.

Check your Keywords

This isn’t an SEO tutorial, but you need to consider who you’re aiming for with the post and have the right words in your title to make sure that both human and search engines find you.

Writing style

Don’t be cocky to the point of being arrogant, but have confidence in yourself. Know that you write great content and have confidence in your opinion and knowledge. This applies to when you’re promoting your content too!

Humor and the Personal Touch

Don’t be afraid to have a laugh. You’re not writing a textbook – you’re writing short articles and your personal touch will help set your writing style apart as something that is fun and enjoyable to read.

Wandering Eyes

Us internet people are great at scanning and finding important information. However, you can help out your readers by highlighting the most important parts of your post. Think underline, italics and bold.

Ease up on the Punctuation

This is really hard for me because I loathe what I see as the bastardization of the English language, but there are ways you can avoid over-complicating your punctuation without sacrificing good writing practices. For example, use a bulleted list instead of writing one in a sentence using colons and semi-colons.

Since We’re Talking About Lists…

Lists are excellent. They draw attention and display your crucial information in an easy-to-digest fashion. Whether bulleted or numbered, they’ll draw focus to the crown jewels of your post.

Shawty

We’ve all grown up with ‘bigger is better’, but in the internet generation, that’s not really the case any more (great news boys!). Your reader’s attention is fleeting at best. So keep sentences and paragraphs short. The shorter the better. Got it?

Headings

Break your post up into general sections and use semantic markup (that’s h2, h3 and h4 tags to you and me) to give your readers an idea of what’s in your post so they can find what matters to them.

Images

It’s amazing what a little color can do for you. Aim to have at least one image in every post, whether it’s decorative, instructional or to grab attention.

Read It Yourself

Don’t ever publish something that you haven’t read and re-read. It also helps to plan ahead so that you have time to come back to an article a few days later with a fresh mind before it gets published.

Reality Check

It’s fine to be opinionated, but are you driving your point home with arrogance?  Also be conscious of how realistic your claims are. It might be tempting to tell someone they can earn millions by blogging, but it stinks of sensationalism and is a real turn-off. Be confident, even optimistic, but always be realistic.

Fact Check

There’s little that screams “I don’t know what I’m doing” more than incorrect facts. If you start out an article telling me that the internet was started by Mark Zuckerberg in 1995, I’ve already moved on.

The Rules of Engagement

Your readers are your lifeline. Even if you’re not writing to make money, you’re writing so that what you write will be read. So engage your readers in conversation. Initiate conversations with those who share your article. Respond to comments. And invite feedback and questions on what you’ve written (which I’m hoping you’ll realize is an invitation to do just that right now).

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

About Dave Clements

Dave runs The UK Edge - a company that build WordPress-based websites for small businesses.

5 SEO Tips to Make Your Life Easy

Often, we are too occupied focusing on link building and pinning down the offsite facets of SEO to fulfill the norms of ‘Google’ and to not pay too much heed to other on-page aspects.

If you desire a long term, continuing success in SEO, you will have to pay close attention to your on page SEO as well.
Here are 5 ‘on-page’ SEO tips that might be of some help to you;

1. Optimize your title tag

The title tag is significant in terms of SEO. Just do not type in the name of the company and leave it. Give you’re the main keyword the top priority, at the start of the title tag, and make sure that there is a natural element to its flow, and that it does not read too long, as Google might cut off your title abruptly.

2. Use your link text appropriately

The text that forms a hyperlink is the subject of your target page, according to Google. If you wish that a specific term is linked to a page, via Google, then you should use that term in the anchor text of the hyperlinks. Nevertheless, you need to ensure that the text has a natural flow to it and will not distract the reader.

3. Alt attributes

Often people, overlook having these attributes on images. Basically, this text informs the readers’, information about the picture. It is important for the W3C validity, but the brownie point is the SEO. If the picture is linked to some other page, the alt text will be as good as the anchor text in a text based hyperlink. By using the keywords in the alt text, one can avail a little more SEO benefits out of his/her pages.

4. Clean Coding

Having a code that is clean and structured and is in confirmation with the W3C standards will make sure that search engine spiders and browsers can read and navigate your website with ease, and can take out important information from your website and can decipher its motive and its connotation. Making life easier for Google can make life much easier for you, and you can observe the advantages in your search engine rankings in a relatively short amount of time.

5. Make sure the quality of the website is superlative

There is always the temptation of spamming the web pages to avail the benefits of the search engines, and make the site look beseech with keywords. You don’t want the browsers to be left with a bad taste in the mouth after encountering your website, after you’ve made him/her anticipate that yours is a top quality site.

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

About Kaushal Gandhi

Kaushal Gandhi is Director at Aaris Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Aaris is SEO company in India. Kaushal has conceptualized SEO Traingulation Method to get desired ranking. In addition, he is also a passionate blogger and writes on diverse topics such as Search Engine Optimization, PPC Management, and Social Media.