We all know that detailed ALT tags in your images can help SEO on your web pages, but what about the actual image? For example, let’s say that I wrote a page about “Sioux Falls”. ALT tags and image names aside, would an image of Falls Park help my SEO? I believe it would. Google […]
Years ago, I removed all timestamps from my posts. This was because people are biased when it comes to reading a post that is old. Google indexes date information on your page too, which can cause people not to even click through to your site. Though I couldn’t tell how much of an impact this […]
I just watched a video where Matt Cutts of Google talks about shared web hosting and whether or not you should be concerned if your web site is hosted on the same server as spammy websites. He says it’s only an issue if there are thousands of questionable sites hosted on the same IP address […]
Anything you post on your blog appears on Google almost instantly these days. Real-time search is becoming more and more important. After observing how some of my top articles perform in Google rankings for 5 years now, I think I’m beginning to understand a newer part of how Google ranks its pages. As with all […]
I found this to be the best part of Gnomedex 10 this year. Matt Inman tells you the creative things he did to earn millions of hits and pageviews per month on his dating site and TheOatmal humor site. Any website owner can apply these skills, so it’s worth a watch.
People spend a lot of time trying to figure out different combinations of keywords to use in their posts. There’s so much focus on using certain keywords that sometimes writers don’t pay attention to the keywords that shouldn’t be included in their posts. I recently wrote a post about how to make it through a […]