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What One Should Know About Google+ DoFollow Links

Google+ 1st generation

Google+ Dofollow links can do wonders for a company website or internet marketer. While Facebook does not provide Dofollow links, Google+ does and this is one of the main differences between the two companies. While Facebook is still an social media giant, Google+ is gaining users from among Facebooks’ ranks and the two competitors are likely to be at odds for some time to come. Google has recently updated the way it handles searches. This update, known as the Panda update, has had a big effect on SEO and linkbuilding. The purpose of updating Google’s …

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SEO And Search Engines: The War, So Far… part2

SEO part 2

In September of 1998, without herald, an infant named Alpha Google was born. Google quickly set a course of speedy, steady growth. In 1998, search engines did not seem threatened by Google. The older search engines were finding their way to a more secure footing with a « tenure system » of sorts; a respect for the age of a website entered the algorithm, along with an acknowledgement of its popularity. Search engines, tired of being sent back to the drawing board by search engine optimisation, implemented a strategy to ignore websites offering SEO, or even mentioning …

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SEO And Search Engines: The War, So Far… part 1

The history of search engine optimisation (SEO) is a record of the growing sophistication of SEO strategies employed in the battle between search engines and websites. In the early days of the web, the perpetual SEO one-upmanship was not an obvious eventuality. Back then, the mutual dependency of search engines and websites was no different than it is today, and the best way to serve complimentary interests is through cooperation. Yet, the adversarial nature of SEO did not abate until Google emerged and annexed power from the scattered search engine principalities, consolidating a Google kingdom. …

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The Effect Of The Google Update

The latest Google update to its search algorithm was named the Panda update. This honing of Google’s search skills was applauded by many who had tired of searches that littered the front pages of the results with a lot of useless websites. Most damaged by the effect of the Panda alteration were certain content mills, internet companies that churn out web pages stocked with keywords and packed with advertisements. For a long time, Google users have complained that these websites were not helpful and wasted their time. The Google update shows that Google listened and …

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