Google, it’s all about Trust – TrustRank
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Does Google Trust Your Site? If not then you need to build your TrustRank I used to check the search results and bang my head against the wall wondering why my site was not ranking. My articles were well written and the on-page SEO was just about perfect and yet I was still not showing or at least not where I thought I should be in the SERPS. In fact, there … Read More

Twitter SEO – How important is Twitter for SEO?
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Outside of Google Plus, Twitter is probably the next biggest social influence to affect your SEO and search engine results, if of course, you are setting yourself up for Twitter SEO success This Infobunny article will give you some insights on how to improve your SEO for Twitter and ultimately your site or business for you to get better SERPS. SEO is all about optimizing your content for the best … Read More

What are Nofollow and Dofollow links?
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Nofollow and Dofollow Links Explained There are 2 types of links you can have on your site. Nofollow links and Dofollow links. But what is a Nofollow link and a Dofollow link? Well, the answer is in the names. When the Google bots come across a Dofollow link they do exactly that. They follow the link to the end destination. With a Nofollow link the Google bots stay right where they … Read More

How to get Google to crawl your site FAST
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HOW DO I GET GOOGLE TO CRAWL MY SITE AND INDEX IT FASTER? In a recent article, I shared with you the Infobunny process of getting an article indexed fast. The basic principles to get Google to crawl your site are to really tell the page crawlers that you have published something new and interesting. And not just to tell them but to tell them with authority. You want to be shouting … Read More

How Fast Does The Mobile Version Of Your Site Load?
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 Mobile site load times are becoming increasingly important within Mobile SEO It strikes me that we are about to head into a period where websites and web pages just become dull and boring because of Mobile SEO requirements. When Tv’s changed from 525 lines NTSC (625 Pal UK) to HD we all saw a decrease in viewing quality. This was because although HD offered better resolution, viewers were unable to receive these … Read More