Google has been testing out a major algorithm and search engine update, namely ‘Caffeine’ for several months and it seems it’s ready to go live this November 2009. According to Matt Cutts, they will activate Caffeine on just one data center this month and will only be fully released in January 2010, just after the [...]More »
Archive for the ‘Google Ranking’ Category
We all know that SEO is continuously evolving, mainly because search engines keep improving their own algorithms relentlessly aiming to give better results for every individual search query. It’s no news that we’re getting many more vertical results in serps for example, such as images, video clips, news headlines and local business listings (to mention [...]More »
During a website’s lifespan, we may need to change the web host, which will inevitably lead to a change in IP address too. Many webmasters think that by changing the IP address they could possibly lose Google rankings, however if a proper procedure is followed, this is definitely not the case.
Here I will be explaining [...]
One aspect of SEO is on-page optimization. Here I will be giving some basic tips, yet important factors for achieving positive search engine rankings. Sometimes even experts tend to overlook these issues when planning a new website. One of the most critical factors in my opinion is deciding on a url structure. Although we can [...]More »
Welcome to my SEO blog! Although I’m generally too busy working on massive projects for international clients and optimizing my own websites, I will be around to talk about search engine optimization and share with you my professional insights and tactics to attract organic traffic from the major search engines, in particularly Google and Live [...]More »