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To make sure the search results are relevant and SPAM clean Google doesn’t rank well two web sites that contain the same content. This is to prevent the search results for a term being a copy of one another. Google wants to present a variety of the most relevant results – not copies of even […]

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An interesting question posted in the LinkedIN Answers by Tim Van Der Stek: Is there money to be made by posting links of other websites on your own website? Do you need a middle man to accomplish something like this? How can you find out the going rates? And my LinkedIn Answer: Google will not […]

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Well perhaps not really ‘The Ultimate’ but certainly the interesting one. It is far more geared towards helping you to manage your Google AdWords campaign (or basically steal your competitors one!), but has an interesting SEO Ranking report as well. Their SEO ranking tool is missing the Internationalisation that they support quite well in the […]

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Analysing a large an numerical data is much easier if displayed in graphs that highlight the important data. The use of images and colors enables us to see much more than just looking into the raw tables with just numbers. An Image tells a thousand words. Imagine is you could look into your Google Webmaster […]

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The Content is The King! – Everyone working in the search engine optimisation industry (SEO) is asking themselves the same question: Is onsite optimisation more important than the offsite optimisation today? Are those inbound links from other sites really crucial in determining the sites ranking? Should one invest his time to do the optimisation of […]

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The Canonical URL issue that is talked about a lot lately since even Google itself it has a huge impact on the search engine ranking of your web page is all about defining one page and one URL of your web site to help the search engines define what the real Home of your web […]

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