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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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The most important tool for any online marketer is the log analyser. It reads your web site log files and generated various reports to present the data in the user readable and understandable value. Younger online marketers, probably don’t even know what the log analyser stands for, since Google bought Urchin, and made it free […]

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SEO Consultant first in Google Chrome! It took about 6 months from the web site launch to get it to the first position in Google for ‘pages in Ireland’.

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Just looking at the Google Analytics of one of my sites and found Under the Traffic Sources in the Referring Sites the site called Cuil. That made me thinking, why doesn’t Google display Cuil under the Search Engines in the Traffic Source where it belongs? Is it just that Google doesn’t really like Cuil? Check […]

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The latest Google Page Rank (PR) update ‘downgraded’ the SEO Consultant Blog to Google PageRank 4 from the Google PageRank 5. The number of displayed back links in Google dropped to 250 inbound link to the SEO Consultant web site. Impact in the web traffic? None. Not even from the web traffic from the Google […]

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The web site SEO Consultant is 4 months old today. Just a short recap of the achievements: 1. Google PR 5 2. Listed 4th for the keyword SEO (http://www.google.ie/search?q=seo) Err,… nothing else really!

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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 vast majority of the web sites have almost no traffic at all. How about yours? Almost anyone who published a web site realised after the hype in the office quieted, that there is something missing. There was no visitors on the web site. You learned to be patient, and have been watching the web […]

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In the article: Good Google Web Traffic – Bad Google Web Traffic I defined some web traffic as ‘Bad’. The fact is that in most online businesses there is the traffic that the business will profit from and there is that ‘other’ web traffic. The relevancy plays the crucial role. If the visitors are brought […]

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