SEO Workers Best Free Online SEO Analyzer

This tool is recommended for every Webmaster and SEO Worker. Analyze and measure the ranking potential of your web pages with the best free Online SEO Analyzer.

This tool will perform a basic analysis for a single web page. The meta tags and associated information, keyword densities, and other information are critical elements for optimization.

Check it out!

16 comments August 22nd, 2008

PageRank Sculpting – Ok Or Penalty Material? 10 SEO Experts Respond.

Arguments over the use of “nofollow” tags on internal links keep popping up and it is time to answer these question with authority! 10 SEO experts were asked to share their view of the practice.

See what they have answered about this method of PageRank Sculpting!

P.S. After I read that post, I was scratching my head and asked myself: Being a famous SEO means necessarily that you are an expert?

2 comments May 24th, 2008

Cheap SEO: it’s about quality, not price

Buying SEO services by price point alone is definitely in invitation for poor quality services, and even worse, can invite a penalty in Google.

India has probably done more than any other country to position itself as the “SEO spam” capital, with a huge number of companies fighting to offer the cheapest service that delivers the smallest results.

Are you looking for cheap or quality SEO?

12 comments May 17th, 2008

The strong link between Usability & SEO

Search engines are enhanced by having the most relevant results in their index. A clean site hierarchy and an easily understood navigation structure will benefit both usability and SEO.

From the architectural level, having a clean site hierarchy and an easily understood navigation structure will benefit both usability and SEO.

Check this concept which can help your rank better utilizing better usability and the best proven methods of SEO.

3 comments December 26th, 2007

Local Search Optimization Tips.

Whether or not you have a brick and mortar store, it is vital to ensure your web site is ranked well in searches for your local area. So don’t neglect localized searches. Some of your best customers could be right around the corner, but if they can’t find your web site in the local listings that they use, they might never come through your door.

Are you ranking well in the searches of your local area?

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November 3rd, 2007

News: Websites May Require Visually Impaired Access In California

California may require websites to provide access to visually impaired users under ruling made in the long running case of the National Federation of the Blind vs Target.

2 comments October 19th, 2007

Alt Attributes and Search Engines

Many webmasters and inexperienced or unethical SEOs abuse the use of this attribute, trying to stuff it with keywords, hoping to achieve a certain keyword density, which is not as relevant for rankings now as it once was.

On the contrary, high keyword density can, on some search engines, trigger spam filters, which may result in a penalty for your site’s ranking. Even without such a penalty, your site’s rankings will not benefit from this tactic.

Do you use your the alt attribute for your images with care?

September 13th, 2007

Google introduced X-Robots-Tag directive

Google introduced the new X-Robots-Tag directive, which adds Robots Exclusion Protocol (REP) META tag support for non-HTML pages, like PDF, Videos, Spreadsheet files, etc. You can have the same control over such indexed file types.

X-Robots-Tag: unavailable_after: 31 Dec 2007 23:59:59 EST

Also be aware that REP META tags can be useful for implementing noarchive, nosnippet, and now unavailable_after tags for page-level instruction, as opposed to robots.txt, which is controlled at the domain root.

August 16th, 2007

Google introduced “unavailable_after” Meta tag

Google introduced a new META tag that allows you to tell them when a page should be removed from the main Google web search results called unavailable_after tag. This one follows a similar syntax to other META tags. For example, to specify that an HTML page should be removed from the search results after 7pm Eastern Standard Time on 19th August 2007, simply add the following tag to the first section of your page:

<META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="unavailable_after: 19-Aug-2007 19:00:00 EST">

That information will be treated as a removal request, which it will take about a day after the removal date passes for your page to disappear from the search results. Currently they only support unavailable_after for Google web search results.

After the removal, your page will stop showing in Google search results but it is not removed from their system.

July 31st, 2007

Search Engine Friendly Permanent Redirects

In this tutorial I describe you how to properly implement search engine friendly redirects using an HTTP 301 status code and Location header.

June 26th, 2007

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