Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Freelance SEO, Online Marketing and Branding

I offer freelance SEO, Internet Marketing, Internet Branding, PPC, Display Advertising. Internet marketing optimization starts from the design of a site. To construct a great content-rich website takes planning. A competent designer uses online architectural design principles, carefully combining information delivery and intuitive navigation to satisfy the visitor's needs (why they visited) while accomplishing their own business goals for fame or fortune (why the website was created).

Having proper site architecture is vital to online internet marketing of a site that will attract and also satisfy visitors. Simply put, designing an award winning website is not enough. Your site needs to be placed in front of potential visitors or they will not know you exist.

My Internet marketing optimization services includes the integration of focused traffic-generation tactics that are vital to the success of your site. Without smart marketing, any great website will fail. I focuses specifically on how to succeed at Internet marketing optimization through website design, search engine placement, pay-per-click, search engine marketing, submission, analytics, conversion optimization and social media and branding programs.

 I help you achieve high traffic to your website that converts to revenue.

Search Engine Optimization
When it comes to placement, everyone knows that organic Search Engine Optimization is the key to obtaining visitors for very little cost. In fact, SEO services are absolutely vital to your search engine marketing success. As a result, every company wants to have the top search engine ranking for their targeted keywords. This page teaches a proven Search Engine Optimization methodology for "How To Improve Your Ranking through Search Engine Optimization" that should allow you to improve your site quickly and effectively.

Pay Per Click 
While organic Search Engine Optimization generates traffic, it is not "instantaneous." Utilizing search engine marketing programs such as pay per click (PPC), traffic can be received in a matter of days instead of months. As a result, every business should have a PPC program for their targeted keywords. This page discusses a proven PPC methodology that should allow you to increase traffic to your site quickly and effectively. We discuss the entire PPC process on this page, and provide a complete step-by-step description of their use. Likewise, our PPC Company services page describes ways that we can assist you with complex search engine advertising projects.

Web Analytics
Web Analytics is critical to improving the measurable results of any website promotion program. You need to understand where traffic comes from, where they go, and more importantly the return on their investment (ROI) or you are simply wasting your money. The issue is that there are a great many Analytics tools on the market, and few actually provide competent guidance in how to use the data to achieve your internet marketing goals.

Conversion Rate Optimization
The ultimate goal of business is positive performance of the bottom line. Conversions have a direct correlation to the bottom line as completions of a business's goals, including sales and leads. Conversions can also be defined as less-immediate brand wins including sign-ups to a mailing list, catalog or newsletter, and steps along a purchase-oriented conversion path that may lead to brand loyalty, recommendations to friends and future sales. A business's website is a powerful tool for gaining conversions, and a website can be engineered to encourage conversions, from high-level site architecture to details as small as the color of a button. Through testing, analytics and tools that uncover visitors' paths, focal points and clicks on a site, conversion rate optimization will improve a site's ability to turn visitors into customers

 Social Media Marketing
Social media is one of the Web's largest growth sectors, in terms of time spent and individuals engaged on various social networking sites. Social media is also the most interactive online arena, allowing users to comment, share and build upon conversations, ideas and media. For businesses, that means social media is a channel that can't be overlooked. Each social media platform offers users and businesses unique benefits of participation depending on the platforms common usage, participation and advertising or promotional opportunities. A well-designed SMM strategy identifies those social media platforms that offer the best return on investment for a particular, whether by community building, branding and visibility, or ad-driven website visits or sales. Furthermore, SMM is used to monitor a business's online reputation, ensuring a positive presence supported by constructive conversation

SEO Web Design / Architechture
Web design and SEO design are different. Many offer services to create a pretty website using Flash, AJAX and a Content Management System. But most designers, and most CMS systems, make production cars. If you want to race and if you want to finish number one, then you need a race car. Race cars require blueprinted designs, handcrafted tuning, and a skilled team of engineers. Only then can they compete in a real race. A race car will almost always beat a production car and search engine placement is not much different - the best will win. The only way to win in the search engines is to design your site for the purpose of competing. A properly designed website will succeed with both your customers and the search engines. Our SEO Web Design section discusses design concepts and implementation techniques as well as our design-related search engine optimization services. Our Siloing Architecture services page describes ways that we can assist you with complex projects. read What is SEO (Search engines Optimization)?

What is SEO (Search engines Optimization)?

1) What is SEO? 

SEO stands for search engine optimization. It basically refers to the process of getting traffic to your site through search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. It’s all about promoting your brand, product or services organically.

SEO

Search engine optimization is the term used to describe a set of processes that aim in optimizing a website for search engines. SEO is important not only for getting high quality visitors but it is also a way to increase the credibility of a website and to expand brand awareness.

Search engines are using complex algorithms to determine which pages to include in their index and the order they show these pages in the search results. SEO is the way to ‘speak’ to search engines in a language they can understand and provide them with more details about a website.

SEO has two major components, On Page and off page SEO.

On Page SEO

Search engines OptimizationOn Page SEO refers to settings you can apply on the website so that it is optimized for search engines. The most important on Page SEO Tips are:
  • Optimized titles and descriptions
  • Proper URL Structures
  • User friendly navigation (breadcrumbs, user sitemaps)
  • Optimized internal links
  • Text Formatting (use of h1,h2,bold etc)
  • Image optimization (image size, proper image names, use of ALT tag)
  • User friendly 404 pages
  • Fast loading pages
  • Google Authorship verification for all pages
  • Top quality fresh content (This is always the most important SEO factor!)
  • External links (no broken links or links to ‘bad’ sites)
  • You can find out more details about all the above tips in the SEO Tips for beginners article.
Off Page SEO
  • Unlike On- page SEO, off-page SEO refers to activities outside the boundaries of the webpage. The most important are:
  • Link Building
  • Social Media
  • Social bookmarking
  • We will look at these in detail below but first let me explain about the importance and benefits of off-page SEO.

Why is Off-Page SEO important?

Search engines have been trying for decades to find a way to return the best results to the searcher. To do that, they take into account the on-site SEO factors (described above), some other quality factors and off-page SEO.

Off page SEO gives them a very good indication on how the World (other websites and users) perceive the particular website. A web site that is useful is more likely to have references (links) from other websites; it is more likely to have mentions on social media (Facebook likes, tweets, Pins, +1’s etc.) and it is more likely to be bookmarked and shared among communities of like-minded users.

What are the benefits of ‘off-site SEO’ to website owners?


Off Page SEOA successful off-site SEO strategy will generate the following benefits to website owners:

Increase in rankings – The website will rank higher in the SERPs and this also means more traffic.

Increase in Page Rank – Page rank is a number between 0 and 10 which indicates the importance of a website in the eyes of Google. It is the system invented by Larry Page (one of Google’s founders) and one of the reasons that Google was so successful in showing the most relevant results to the searcher.  Page rank today is only one out of the 250 factors that Google is using to rank websites.

More exposure – Higher rankings also means greater exposure because when a website ranks in the top positions: it gets more links, more visits and more social media mentions. It’s like a never ending sequence of events where one thing leads to another and then to another etc read continue

SEO Link Building


 Link Building

Link building is the most popular off-Page SEO method.  Basically by building external links to your website, you are trying to gather as many ‘votes’ as you can so that you can bypass your competitors and rank higher. For example if someone likes this article and references it from his/her website or blog, then this is like telling search engines that this page has good information.

Over the years webmasters were trying to build links to their websites so that they rank higher and they ‘invented’ a number of ways to increase link count. The most popular ways were:

Link BuildingBlog Directories – something like yellow pages but each entry was a link back to a website

Forum Signatures – Many people where commenting on forums for the sole purpose of getting a link back to their website (they included the links in their signature)

Comment link – The same concept as forum signatures where you comment on some other website or blog in order to get a link back. Even worse, instead of using your real name you could use keywords so instead of writing ‘comment by Alex Chris’,  you wrote ‘comment by How to lose weight’ or anything similar.

Article Directories – By publishing your articles on an article directory you could get a link (or 2) back to your website. Some article directories accepted only unique content while other directories accepted anything from spin articles to already published articles.

Shared Content Directories – Websites like hubpages and infobarrel allowed you to publish content and in return you could add a couple of links pointing to your websites.

Link exchange schemes – Instead of trying to publish content you could get in touch with other webmasters and exchange links. In other words I could link your website from mine and you could do the same. In some cases you could even do more complicated exchanges by doing a 3-way link, in other words I link to your website from my website but you link to my website from a different website.

Notice that I used the past tense to describe all the above methods because not only they do not work today, you should not even try them because you are more likely to get a penalty rather than an increase in rankings (especially when it comes to Google).read continue


known as seo techniques

The birth of black hat SEO

Link building was an easy way to manipulate the search engine algorithms and many spammers tried to take advantage of this by building link networks which gradually lead to the creation of what is generally known as black hat SEO.

Google has become very intelligent in recognizing black hat techniques and with the introduction of Panda and Penguin they have managed to solve the problem and protect their search engine from spammers. Of course there are still exceptions but they are doing advances in every new release of their ranking algorithm and very soon none of these tricks will work.

To “follow” or “nofollow”

In addition to the above and in order to give webmasters a way to link to a website without passing any ‘link juice’ (for example in the case of ads), search engines introduced what is known as the “nofollow” link. This is a special tag you can add to a link (for example: “<a href=http://www.somesite.com rel=”nofollow”>Some Site</a>) that tells search engines not to count the particular link as a ‘vote’ to the referenced website.

This was done so that you can link other websites from yours without taking the risk of being caught for selling or exchanging links.

As a rule of thumb, you should add the nofollow tag on all your external links (within your pages) that go to websites you cannot trust 100%, to ALL your comment links, to ALL your blogroll links and to ALL banner ad links.

What is a good link?

So, if the above links are not useful, what is a good link?
First you should understand that link building it’s not only a matter of quantity but it is a matter of quality as well. In other words it no longer matters how many links are pointing to your website but it is more important from where these links are coming. For example a link from a normal blog does not have the same weight as a link from New York Times or a link from Matt Cutts blog (head of Google Quality team) is not the same as a link from my blog.

The obvious question is how to you get these links?

If you ask Google they will tell you that any links pointing to your website has to be natural links. Natural links are exactly what their name implies. A website owner or blogger likes another website or blog and naturally adds a link to his/her blog.

Does this happen in reality or is it another myth?

It certainly does but you have to try really hard to get to this point. Take for example this blog, there are many incoming links because other webmasters find the content interesting and I also link to other sites in my articles because I find their content interesting and want to inform my readers about it. This is natural link building where a link has more value from the readers’ point of you rather than the search engine point of view. The best way to attract links is to publish content (text, images, videos, infographics etc) that other people would like to link.

If natural links are what I have just described above, in which category do all other links belong?

They belong in the category of artificial links and by adopting such techniques you increase the risk for getting a manual or algorithmic penalty by Google.

Is guest blogging a valid way to build links?

Guest posting can be a valid way to get links back to your website provided that you don’t do it just for links and that you don’t overdo it. You can read these 2 articles to get a complete picture as to when to accept guest posts on your blog and when to guest post on other blogs.

Social Media

Social media is part of ‘off-site SEO’ and if you think about it, it’s also a form of link building. It should be noted that almost all of the links you get from social media sites are “nofollow” but this does not mean that they do not have any value.

Social Media mentions are gaining ground as ranking factors and proper configuration of social media profiles can also boost SEO.

Social Bookmarking

Social bookmarking is not as popular as it used to be in the past but it is still a good way to get traffic to your website. Depending on your niche you can find web sites like reddit.com, digg.com, stumbleupon.com, scoop.it and delicious.com (to name a few) to promote your content.

2) What's the difference between organic vs. paid results?



Organic results are the results that come by performing manual SEO* i.e. building an authority in the eyes of search engines and then getting the output whereas Paid results are when you initiate the campaign through some budget, possible examples are Google Adwords.

3) What are Meta descriptions and do they still matter?

A Meta description is a Meta tag used in the head of the code that is basically shown in the search engine results to user. It still matters a lot as more the compelling statements you write, the better will be the CTR (Click through Rate) for the website.

4) Should I optimize my domain name to include keywords?
The primary domain should not be having any keywords as it’s not good for the overall optimization process and will hurt your site badly because of the EMD (Exact Match Domain) as well. So, it’s good to have the keywords separate from the primary domain.

5) How do I know when I’m using the right number of keywords on a page?

You simply can’t give a number for that because it’s not the right way to strategize your SEO campaign on the number of keywords on a page. Neither, there should be a target set for Keyword Density, your content should always be user centric and should focus on terms like user friendliness and readability so that the user benefit and thus will result in a healthy SEO campaign.

6) What’s the difference between internal and inbound links?

Internal links are the links on your website that take the user from one page to another page via an anchor tag whereas Inbound links are the links coming from other website’s to your website.

7) How many internal links do I need on each page of content?

There aren’t any minimum or maximum number of internal links defined anywhere but your web page should have only desired number of links that help user navigate through the different pages.

8) Do I need to know code to do SEO myself? 

You do not require a thorough understanding of the code to do the SEO at the basic level but at the advanced level you need to have the basic understanding of HTML.

9) What is robots.txt?

A robots file allows you to allow or disallow a particular search engine to crawl the website. This file lies in the root directory of the website.

10) What is the sitemap.xml file? 

A sitemap.xml file helps the search engines to quickly crawl your website and understand the navigation and structure of the website, i.e. a quick reference or an index for your site.

11) What is the difference between indexed and crawling?

Search engines crawl through the content of the website and index them according to certain guidelines and relevancy needs of the user. It is not necessary that search engines index every part of your web page, certain things that do not get crawled at all are iframes, JS and more.

12) How can I see what pages are indexed? 

Just type in site:www.DOMAINNAME.com in the search box and hit enter, you will get to see the number of pages indexed right at the top.


13) Why do you need alt text on your images? 

The search engine bots are text only readers, they cannot see images, and therefore the ALT text comes into the picture by giving a reference to what the image is all about. Important keywords can be used in the ALT text to enhance the SEO campaign.

14) How long does it take to see results from SEO? 

There are certain factors that can let you know the timeliness:
a) Quality of Content
b) Number of inbound links
c) Number of no follow links
d) Frequency with which content is updated
e) Frequency with which your site gets crawled

Conclusion

Off-page SEO is as important as on-site SEO. If you want your SEO campaigns to be successful you have to do both. When thinking about link building don’t take the easy way, but try to get links from hard-to-get places. The more difficult is to get a link, the more value it has.

In the past you could easily get thousands of links and rank higher but nowadays you have to do more than that.  My advice is to forget about link building all together and put all your efforts in making a great website, promote it correctly and everything else will follow.


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Digital Marketing Strategy

Digital marketing is one of the few exciting industries where the demand for skilled professionals is higher than the supply. A key aspect of digital marketing is the creation and implementation of your digital marketing strategies.

The Diploma in Digital Strategy and Planning introduces you to digital communications, and helps you to develop a measured and well-considered strategy and coherent plan for your organization, that will stand up to the rigor and scrutiny of board-level decision making.


The Digital Marketing Institute ethos is to take digital knowledge direct from industry leaders; they design and teach our formalized, accredited syllabus so you learn real skills that will drive your career forward in digital marketing.

The Professional Diploma in Strategy and Planning is aimed at anyone involved with planning a digital strategy for their organization, or who is likely to be involved in this area in the future and would like a comprehensive understanding of the field.

As the digital marketing landscape continues to grow at a rapid pace, marketers are faced with new challenges and opportunities within this digital age.

The Digital Marketing Course is an initiative designed to educate students in the area of  Digital Marketing.


Students that plan to undertake the Google Online Marketing Challenge are encouraged to complete the Digital Marketing Course, as the skills learned in this course will help shape your advertising goals and strategy for the Google Online Marketing Challenge.

Over the last few years, customers have been spending an increasing amount of time on digital platforms. The smart phone revolution in the recent years has meant that customers are in a digital mode 24*7 and in touch with all the happenings of the outside world through social media channels and numerous other digital applications. Given this scenario, it is only natural for brands to allocate a bigger chunk of their marketing budgets to digital marketing. Brands can now reach their customers on digital marketing channels at a fraction of cost that they spend on traditional marketing channels. A digital marketing channel also gives a brand the ability to measure the effectiveness of a marketing campaign and thus optimize their marketing spends. This is not always possible in the traditional media channels.

With brands always on the lookout for innovative ways to design their Digital marketing platform, there are now many digital agencies looking to offer their services in Display Advertising, Search Engine Marketing, Social media marketing and Analytics. Both the brands and the agencies need employees who understand digital as a medium and can come up with new ideas to provide value to their clients. This is where a course on Digital marketing is essential. Designed by MICA faculty, this course aims to provide a holistic understanding of various Digital marketing channels that will help the participants design effective Digital marketing campaigns for their brands read continue

Digital Marketing

Digital marketing is an impulsive, erratic, and volatile industry. The moment you catch the tiger by the tail, there’s a new tiger whose fugacious tail requires catching.

Keeping up with a changeable industry seems like a fool’s errand. Where is the balance between chasing capricious trends, on the one hand, and ossifying into a Luddite on the other?
Thankfully, there is an in between — a balance. If you can identify current trends, settle on an actionable strategy, and take measurable movement forward, you’re bound to succeed. I’ve identified X such strategies that you should keep in mind over the next few months, if not the next few years of digital marketing.



1.  Stop relying on Google.

Don’t misinterpret this point. I’m not saying that Google is not on its way out. After more than a decade of domination, however, it may be on the decline. Up-and-comers like Duck Go aren’t anywhere near dethroning Google GOOGLE +0.68%. What their rise indicates is that consumers want alternatives — a choice not to depend on Google if they don’t have to.

Marketers should take heed. Google is one basket, but it doesn’t deserve all your marketing eggs. Search engine optimization is important, but a searcher can accomplish her goal through more means than just Google.

I advise digital marketers to rely less on Google, and engage more direct forms of interacting with their target market.

2.  Mobile. Just mobile.

I wanted to say that “mobile dominates,” but that line is so utterly cliché, that I had to state it differently.

The importance of mobile search, mobile optimization, mobile conversions, and mobile ubiquity cannot be overstated. Mobile devices and our collective addiction to them are fixtures of the modern marketing era.

This article is not the place to wax verbose on the importance of mobile. Instead, my intent is to remind you that mobile is the method of the masses, and should, therefore, be a priority of the marketers.

3. Social conversion is coming.

Enough has been said about the power of social networks. Not quite enough as been said about the importance of social conversions. For ecommerce and lead generation sites, social provides a growing opportunity to improve conversion rates and gain new conversion channels.



4. New payment methods are on the rise.

With the advent of EVM credit cards (October 2015), the public is in for a new experience when it comes to payment methods. These changes will have a ripple effect on online payment and e-commerce sites.

Privacy issues are a mainstream concern and it’s up to digital marketers to lead the way in reassuring, educating, and coaching customers through the transition.

5. Paid advertising is here to stay.

Whether you like it or not, you’re going to need to pay for advertising spots. I agree with marketers who claim, “PPC is dying,” but I also see the advent of alternative forms of paid advertising taking its place.

Consider BizTalk for instance. Although they provide “organic video ads,” they are still ads. And they still cost money. Rising methods of organic/paid advertising are entering into the marketing methods of some brands, signaling a growing trend.

6. Marketing automation becomes de rigueur.

Marketing automation is nothing new. It is, however, bigger than ever. Marketing automation is now easy and affordable enough for any marketer with a budget to do it. Once upon a not-so-far-away time, the only organizations doing automation were big companies with world-recognized brand names.

Now, marketing automation is nearly a requirement for any business that wants to stay on top

7. Content creators are more necessary than ever.



Ever since Web 2.0, the writing profession has had a heyday. Anyone and everyone could become a publisher. Anyone who had a voice could also have a platform on the web.

Now? Some content experts moan that there is too much content out there. Or is there? Content, often referred to as “king” is so essential to digital marketing that it can’t be dismissed as a “trend.” While individual publishers may be overextending themselves by publishing too much, there will always be content. It will always be important.

Therefore, there will always be the need for great content creators, including writers, developers, video producers, pod casters, and speakers. Loretta Staple foot said it well in her Visual.ly article:  “The need for quality content will spotlight the importance of professional writers.”

I know from experience that great writers are hard to find.  But it’s no longer enough simply to find a “great writer.” You need to find a writer who knows your niche. The world’s greatest writing skills don’t count for much unless the writer possesses knowledge, ideally experiential knowledge, of his or her subject matter.

8. The algorithm will change. And change again.

The search algorithm will change. It will infuriate you, delight you, confuse you, and disappoint you. But it will change.

I’m referring, of course, to Google’s search algorithm, the almighty search machine that decides which content ranks highest in the search engine results page (SERPs). Today, however, we need to consider Facebook’s algorithm, Bing’s algorithm, and even the mashup of Twitter and Google’s algorithm.

9. Conversion optimization has high ROI.

If CRO, or conversion rate optimization, is not in your 2015 budget, I suggest you take a look at the possibility of introducing it. Conversion rate optimization is the process of maximizing the number of site visitors who convert or make a purchase.

By thoroughly understanding users and split testing changes on a website, marketers can determine what elements of a website or landing page will produce the highest number of conversions.

The process pays off. Instead of paying big bucks for ad placements and organic traffic, marketers can instead funnel more of their existing traffic into sales.

10. Growth hacking will continue to evolve.

In my opinion, one of the most fascinating trends in 2015 is the continued evolution of growth hacking. Growth hacking will continue to demonstrate its indomitable power in the face of unlikely odds.

Conclusion

This list of online trends might sound intimidating. In spite of your fears, go boldly forward. Wrapped up in success is always the risk of failure.
I would never advise closing your eyes and jumping headfirst into a trend. The digital marketing space is too fickle for that.



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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Email Marketing SEO Freelancer India

Creating an email campaign can be as simple as adding names to a database, customizing an easy-to-use template, and looking at how effective your emails are via simple pie charts and bar graphs. Look for services that offer intuitive tools to help you quickly upload your list of contacts. You'll also want the flexibility to adjust the designs on your email marketing messages so that they reflect your company's image.

Email Marketing SEO Freelancer India

In addition to finding up-to-date designs, focus on products that are easy to learn and use so you can spend your time with your customers instead of with tech support. Below are the criteria we used to rank the best email marketing software.
Contact Management

It's important that you choose a service that is easy to use. The appearance and simplicity of the dashboard are going to determine how often you access the program to create campaigns. The ability to import existing mailing lists from other services, whether they are social media or email providers, is a big plus. The best email advertising services allow you to create custom demographic segments so you can reach the right customers with the most applicable message.

Email Creation

Before choosing a service, you'll want to make sure you can upload images, type your text, manipulate how your text displays, and add links and a social media share bar, among several other features. An effective email marketing company offers the professional features you need to create customer surveys, newsletters and other event emails.


Email Marketing Chart
Many email marketing solutions offer the flexibility to work either in a design format or directly with HTML. With most products, you can create an email message from scratch or choose from a large list of creative templates.

Sending & Reporting Features

Email marketing services provide reports, graphs and statistics that show you how your email campaign is doing. You can see how many customers open your emails and even which links they click on. You can see how many people unsubscribe and how many forward your emails to others. These reports also let you know how many emails bounce, meaning they didn't reach their intended destination, and you can tell how many are still unopened.
Some email services work with Google Analytics to give you even more data you can use to increase the success of your campaign. Most email marketing services help you maintain your list of contacts by automatically deleting email addresses that bounce.


Email Marketing India
Help & Support
A top-notch email marketing service provides help options to get you started, including a user manual, a wizard to walk you through the creation and monitoring of your email campaign, FAQs, a blog, tutorials and articles that explain how to create effective campaigns. Support should include the ability to contact the company by email, phone or live chat.
The reasons to invest in an email marketing service are easy to see. You can save money and have online reporting keep track of new and returning customers. Once you use it, you'll never be able to go back to outdated options like direct mail advertisements.

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Social Media Optimization, best strategy to enhance brand image

If you are a neo formed business organization and is looking for brand image enhancement through online methods, SMO services would be ideal for you. These service providers utilizes your dormant accounts on social media networking sites to promote your business online which in turn leads to generation of potential leads. Social Media Optimization take place in a number of steps including:

SMO services


  •   Reviving of the customer’s dormant accounts
  •   Updating of the information on them
  •  Getting custom facebook links
  •   Transferring Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook links on company’s home page as per the rules and regulations crafted for business houses

The experts working with SMO Companies India, through sharing unique and relevant content in varied formats such as videos, blogs, articles on platforms including Facebook, You Tube, Twitter and Google Plus provide you a golden opportunity to get connected to your target audience and win their trust. They advertise your business on wide web world through your fan page & groups which in turn leads to a noticeable increase in ROI.

Facebook

According to a rough estimate, around 500 million people are using Facebook. So, by promoting your website through your colleagues, family and friends on Facebook, you can create a buzz in online world. The professionals working with SMO Companies in India update your Facebook account by creating a welcome tab, business page cover, face share icon on it and allow you to come closer to your target audiences. Apart from that, they also increases your organic likes and post content on every alternate day.

SMO Companies IndiaTwitter

The Social Media Optimization Service providers at first make a business account with this micro blogging site and then customize it according to your business design. By utilizing the templates provided to then, they create a superb profile page. Apart from this, some other services they offer are as follows:
  •          Set up Twitter account
  •          Customize it
  •          Customize its profile image
Youtube

They promote the informative videos about your organization or products on your company’s blog and by delivering periodic newsletters blends it with your emailing list. Further, they connect your video on various social media platforms and play your video advertisements on you tube. Other various services they offer are:
  • Setting up of profile and customized logo
  • Uploading of the customer’s video
  •  Enhancing views on that video
LinkedIn

SMO

By integrating the custom look they have designed for your business and integrating with social networking sites, they offer you chance to interact with your prospects directly and turn then to permanent clients. The services in LinkedIn SMO they provide are:
  • Making of profile page and customized logo and cover
  •  Making of firm’s page
  • Providing updates on page of the company

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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Off Page Seo

off-page SEO refers to activities outside the boundaries of the webpage. The most important are:

Link Building
Social Media
Social bookmarking

We will look at these in detail below but first let me explain about the importance and benefits of off-page SEO.

benefits of off-page SEO


Search engines have been trying for decades to find a way to return the best results to the searcher. To do that, they take into account the on-site SEO factors (described above), some other quality factors and off-page SEO.

Off page SEO gives them a very good indication on how the World (other websites and users) perceive the particular website. A web site that is useful is more likely to have references (links) from other websites; it is more likely to have mentions on social media (Facebook likes, tweets, Pins, +1’s etc.) and it is more likely to be bookmarked and shared among communities of like-minded users.

A successful off-site SEO strategy will generate the following benefits to website owners:

Increase in rankings – The website will rank higher in the SERPs and this also means more traffic.

off-site SEO strategy


Increase in PageRank – Page rank is a number between 0 and 10 which indicates the importance of a website in the eyes of Google. It is the system invented by Larry Page (one of Google’s founders) and one of the reasons that Google was so successful in showing the most relevant results to the searcher.  Page rank today is only one out of the 250 factors that Google is using to rank websites.

More exposure – Higher rankings also means greater exposure because when a website ranks in the top positions: it gets more links, more visits and more social media mentions. It’s like a never ending sequence of events where one thing leads to another and then to another etc. read continue

Link building is the most popular off-Page SEO method

Link Building Link building is the most popular off-Page SEO method.  Basically by building external links to your website, you are trying to gather as many ‘votes’ as you can so that you can bypass your competitors and rank higher. For example if someone likes this article and references it from his/her website or blog, then this is like telling search engines that this page has good information. Over the years webmasters were trying to build links to their websites so that they rank higher and they ‘invented’ a number of ways to increase link count. The most popular ways were:

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Blog Directories – something like yellow pages but each entry was a link back to a website

Forum Signatures – Many people where commenting on forums for the sole purpose of getting a link back to their website (they included the links in their signature)

Comment link – The same concept as forum signatures where you comment on some other website or blog in order to get a link back. Even worse, instead of using your real name you could use keywords so instead of writing ‘comment by Alex Chris’,  you wrote ‘comment by How to lose weight’ or anything similar.

Article Directories – By publishing your articles on an article directory you could get a link (or 2) back to your website. Some article directories accepted only unique content while other directories accepted anything from spin articles to already published articles.

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Shared Content Directories – Websites like hubpages and infobarrel allowed you to publish content and in return you could add a couple of links pointing to your websites.

Link exchange schemes – Instead of trying to publish content you could get in touch with other webmasters and exchange links. In other words I could link your website from mine and you could do the same. In some cases you could even do more complicated exchanges by doing a 3-way link, in other words I link to your website from my website but you link to my website from a different website. Notice that I used the past tense to describe all the above methods because not only they do not work today, you should not even try them because you are more likely to get a penalty rather than an increase in rankings (especially when it comes to Google).

Panda and Penguin they have managed to solve the problem

The birth of black hat SEO

Link building was an easy way to manipulate the search engine algorithms and many spammers tried to take advantage of this by building link networks which gradually lead to the creation of what is generally known as black hat SEO. Google has become very intelligent in recognizing black hat techniques and with the introduction of Panda and Penguin they have managed to solve the problem and protect their search engine from spammers. Of course there are still exceptions but they are doing advances in every new release of their ranking algorithm and very soon none of these tricks will work. read continue

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Off-page SEO is important as on-site SEO

To “follow” or “nofollow”

In addition to the above and in order to give webmaster a way to link to a website with out passing any link juice (for example in the case of ads) search engines introduced what is known as the "nofollow" links. This is a special tag you can add to a link (for example <a href=http://www.abcsite.com rel="nofollow">Abc Site</a>) that tells search engines not to count the particular links as a vote to the referenced website.

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This was done so that you can link other websites from yours without taking the risk of being caught for selling or exchanging links.

As a rule of thumb, you should add the nofollow tag on all your external links (within your pages) that go to websites you cannot trust 100%, to ALL your comment links, to ALL your blog roll links and to ALL banner ad links.

First you should understand that link building it’s not only a matter of quantity but it is a matter of quality as well. In other words it no longer matters how many links are pointing to your website but it is more important from where these links are coming. For example a link from a normal blog does not have the same weight as a link from New York Times or a link from Matt Cutts blog (head of Google Quality team) is not the same as a link from my blog.

If you ask Google they will tell you that any links pointing to your website has to be natural links. Natural links are exactly what their name implies. A website owner or blogger likes another website or blog and naturally adds a link to his/her blog.

Does this happen in reality or is it another myth?

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It certainly does but you have to try really hard to get to this point. Take for example this blog, there are many incoming links because other webmasters find the content interesting and I also link to other sites in my articles because I find their content interesting and want to inform my readers about it. This is natural link building where a link has more value from the readers’ point of you rather than the search engine point of view. The best way to attract links is to publish content (text, images, videos, info graphics etc) that other people would like to link. If natural links are what I have just described above, in which category do all other links belong?

They belong in the category of artificial links and by adopting such techniques you increase the risk for getting a manual or algorithmic penalty by Google.
Is guest blogging a valid way to build links?

Guest posting can be a valid way to get links back to your website provided that you don’t do it just for links and that you don’t overdo it. You can read these 2 articles to get a complete picture as to when to accept guest posts on your blogand when to guest post on other blogs.

Social Media

Social media is part of ‘off-site SEO’ and if you think about it, it’s also a form of link building. It should be noted that almost all of the links you get from social media sites are “nofollow” but this does not mean that they do not have any value.

Social Media mentions are gaining ground as ranking factors and proper configuration of social media profiles can also boost SEO.

SEO CampaignsSocial Bookmarking

Social bookmarking is not as popular as it used to be in the past but it is still a good way to get traffic to your website. Depending on your niche you can find web sites like reddit.com, digg.com, stumbleupon.com, scoop.it and delicious.com (to name a few) to promote your content.

Conclusion

Off-page SEO is as important as on-site SEO. If you want your SEO Campaigns to be successful you have to do both. When thinking about link building don’t take the easy way, but try to get links from hard-to-get places. The more difficult is to get a link, the more value it has.

In the past you could easily get thousands of links and rank higher but nowadays you have to do more than that.  My advice is to forget about link building all together and put all your efforts in making a great website, promote it correct lyand everything else will follow.read continue

Off-Page SEO Strategies to Build Your Online Reputation

What is off page SEO?

Off page SEO refers to techniques that can be used to improve the position of a web site in the search engine results page (SERPs). Many people associate off-page SEO with link building but it is not only that. In general, off Page SEO has to do with promotion methods – beyond website design –for the purpose of ranking a website higher in the search results.

Let’s take it from the beginning…

As we all know, the Search Engine Optimization field is booming day to day with new inventions and innovations. People may not know that much of what they have learned yesterday will be out of date by tomorrow. Unless one updates his knowledge by reading SEO news/articles, there is no doubt he'll lag back in the SEO race.

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Being an SEO Professional, I hereby suggest some the factors that deal with off-page SEO. I found this forum to be the best suited place for sharing. Below is a list of some things most people may be familiar with, but I have also added a few advanced things that you may not know. Try these Advanced Off-Page SEO Strategies to market your website, get ranked in search engines, and to build online reputation (branding) for your company/website so that you can survive in this competitive SEO world.

Note: These things have to be done after the completion of on-page SEO. Before doing these things you must be aware of your competitors who can able build a negative reputation against your company/website.read continue

Off SEO Page Activities

1). Community Creation in Social Networking Sites

This is one of my best seo technique.  it is the Process of Sharing your Website article or content over the different social networking sites.

There are many social sites are available where you can share your content , some of the top Social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc…

Also known as online reputation management, this is the first and foremost step with which you have to initiate your process. Try to become a member of the most popular social networking sites like Orkut, Myspace, Facebook, Linked In, Ecademy, etc., and create a profile of your own. By doing this you can extend your network online, get connect with your friends, share things with each other, and promote your company/website to build an online reputation. This is most likely the same as Web 2.0 (Participatory Web), which means you have to show your active participation on a regular basis.

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2). Blogging

This Seo Off Page  is also very good to increase Traffic. In this Technique We Just Make our another website and Leave Link in that . There are different types of blog service provider sites are there like Blogger, Weebly and Tumbler etc. This all are the free where you can make your own blog and leave a link .

This is one of the most powerful ways to promote your company/website online. Write a blog of your own for your company/website and include lots of unique content. Be precise in what you're trying to convey for the users in your blog entry and promote your blog in blog directories and blog search engines. You can also promote your blog/website by posting comments in other service-related blogs which allow links in the comments section that are crawlable by the search engines (these blogs are commonly identified as Do-Follow Blogs). If you're not very good at writing content for blog posts, hire a guest blogger for your blog and ask him/her to write precise and unique content so that your blog can gain more credit from a search engine point of view.

3). Forum Postings

Search Engine SubmissionCreate a forum/online discussion board of your own and start a discussion or share topics with your friends. You can also post/reply to a thread in other service-related pre-existing forums that allow links in your signature which can be crawled by the search engines (aka "Do-Follow Forums").
Forum Marketing is an best way to generate enough traffic. we can also say Forum Posting to Forum Marketing. Find Online Forums which are related to your Site Niche and get involved related community. Give the reaply to threads, answer people questions etc. Try to Find out “Do-Follow” Forums and Build link. So that Search engines Crawl your Site.

4). Search Engine Submission

Search Engine Submission is an Most important part of off-Page Optimization. Without Submitting Your Website to the Search Engine SEO is nothing. So First Submit your site to the most popular search engine like Google, Yahoo, MSN, 

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5). Directory Submission

Directory Submission is one of the best off page techniques in which we used to submit our website title, link and short description to the directory but it’s must be in correct category. For example if you submit Technology Website details then you should choose Technology Category. after submitting directory moderator will moderate your site link and make approve it.

Many people may say that directory submission is dead. As far as I'm concerned it is still alive. It is purely based on how effectively we are selecting those directories and how efficiently we are choosing the category for submission. Of course, I agree that it gives quite delayed results, but it is worth doing it. Submit your websites to the topmost quality directories like DMOZ, Yahoo Directory, ZoomInfo, One Mission, Pegasus, etc. Nowadays many web directories may offer paid listings but don't go for it.read continue

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This is one the best way to build traffic for your website. In This Just We Need To submit our article links in Socail Bookmarking sites like Reddit, StumbleUpon, Diigo, Scoop.it, etc.

Social Bookmarking is yet another powerful way of promoting your website, but nowadays most people are spamming social bookmarking sites without knowing how to use them. Since content in these websites update frequently, search engines like these types of sites and often visit them (this is commonly termed as Tagsonomy & Folksonomy in Web 2.0). Do some social bookmarking in popular bookmarking sites like Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Propeller, etc. You should be very careful while doing this and you must properly handle the tags which are very essential to broadcast your news on a wide area network. This may increase your website traffic based on how effectively you have participated.

6). Link Exchange


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Exchange links with service-related websites (this is commonly termed as Thematic Link Exchange) that can help increase your link popularity, which is a major factor of Google's Page Rank algorithm. Beware of Black-Hats while doing exchanges.

7). Link Baiting

Link Baiting is another popular way of promoting your site. if you have copied/published another website’s content in your website then don’t forget to place their site link in your content as a reference.if your content is trustworthy , and other will copied and give you link then This is another good way to increase your link popularity.

Suppose you have copied/published another website's news or content in your blog/website. Don't forget to place their website link as a reference. Do it for others and, if your content is trustworthy, let others do it for you. This is another way to increase your link

8). Cross-Linking

Business ReviewsLink to internal pages within your site wherever necessary (this is commonly termed Internal Linking). This increases your internal link popularity ,which is another major factor of Google Page Rank algorithm. The best known example of successful internal linking is Wikipedia. Also try to get a content link from websites/blogs that are related to your site theme. Try getting a link from within their site content using a targeted keyword as anchor text (much like Wikipedia does). We know that this strategy can often be hard to implement, but these types of links have more weight from a search engine point of view.

9). Photo Sharing

Publish/share your website product pictures and make them public. Let your friends see them and comment on them too, which will help drive traffic towards your website. Do this in major photo sharing websites like Flickr, Picasa, Photo Bucket, Picli, etc.

10). Video Promotions

Video Promotions is an best off page Technique. Just Make Video Related Your Product and share/publish that video in YouTube , Metacafe etc. So throw you can get Link and Also Get Some Traffic.

best off page TechniqueLike with photo sharing, you can publish/share your product videos, expert opinions, and reviews of your product and make them public in YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, etc.
11). Business Reviews
Write reviews about others businesses or ask your friends/clients to write a review of your business in major business review sites like Rateit All, Shvoong, Kaboodle, Stylefeeder, etc. 

12). Local Listings & Yellow Pages

Instead of going global and facing huge competition, make your website local so that search engines can easily view your website and fetch the content. This will help you to reach a targeted audience. Submit your website to Google Local, Maps, Yahoo Local, Yellow Pages, Superpages, Hotfrog, etc. 

13). Article Submission

Write articles of your own and submit them to popular article sites like Ezine, Go Articles, Now Public, Buzzle, etc. This will help you to attain some deep links for your website (though it's usually a slower process).

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14). Press Release Promotion

If you are a business/service provider then go for PR submission in popular PR websites like 1888pressrelease, Open PR, PR Leap, etc. This will help you to publish your site in Google News.

15). Classifieds Submission

Do some classifieds submissions to advertise your products for free. Try Craigslist and other major classifieds sites like Kugli, Myspace, iMadespace, Vivastreet, etc. 

16). Social Shopping Network

If you own an e-commerce website, this is a good strategy for advertising and easily branding your products for free. Submit your products to Google Product Search, Yahoo Online Shopping, MSN Online Shopping, and other major social shopping network sites like Kaboodle, Style Feeder, Wists, Five Limes, Buzz Shout, Ohmybuzz, etc.

17). Answers

Questions Answers

Participate in Answers by asking and answering relevant questions and placing a link to your website in the source section if necessary. If you don't spam, this is another great way to increase your link popularity (Yahoo Answers, Cha-Cha, Answer Bag, etc.) 

18). Document Sharing

Share your website documents like business documents, information brochures, and slides in Google Docs, Slide Share, etc. This will help you brand your website.

19) CSS, W3C & RSS Directories Submission

If you have a web design site or offer services related to web design, submit your website to CSS and W3C website directories which may drive traffic towards your website. Also submit your website to RSS feed directories which, again, will help you attain more traffic.

20). Widget / Gadget Development

Develop some interactive and innovative widget/gadget applications (such as an online poll or game widgets) for your website and publish them on your blog/website or in other popular social networking sites like Facebook and Myspace. Let your friends and others vote/play/use the widget/application, which will help you increase your branding and website visits.

Note: Always keep in mind that you have to be very careful while implementing these Techniques. You should not spam or overdo it. Whatever you do, just plan and execute. Otherwise, you can see adverse effects.

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