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Google Rolls Out Structured Data Markup Helper Tool


Yesterday, Google recently announce two new features that allows create it easier than previously to join in  schema structured data features.

Structured Data Markup Helper – This tools allows you to determine particular types of data in your website as well as then indicates the actual HTML make sure you use to embed that structure on your web page.

Important – Data Highlighter released in December 13, 2012  as a point for teaching (VIDEO) Google structured data about events on your website. Now Data Highlighter tool to ensure it is for website owners to inform Google about: products, local businesses, articles, software applications, movies, restaurants and TV episodes on the websites.

How to Get Started with Structured Data, Actionable Steps – Visit Webmaster Tools

  • Website owner Tools
  • Select your Website
  • Pick-out the Optimization Link
  • Click Data Highlighter

Before you promoting you website Enter the URL of a structured page on your web page (for example, a Article or Events Details Page) and  “tag” its key fields with your mouse.

Here is a sample image of the Editor:

Structured Data Markup Helper

Here is a sample image of the html output:Structured Data Markup Helper HTML

This tool is just like to the data highlighter tool is that also supports the new structured data embeds in Gmail.

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Video: Google’s Matt Cutts Signals Against Advertorials & Webmaster Guidelines


The Latest from Yesterday’s News Google webspam head Matt Cutts put out a new webmaster help video Published on May 29, 2013. This time, Cutts said on YouTube making clear Google’s stance on Advertorials and “native advertising.”

In a five-minute, Google’s Matt Cutts describes whatever you want to be familiar with advertorials or paid content. The thing here is always to prevent any negative implications from Google. So you should watch as well as study what Google wants you to be informed on advertorials, paid news, links, as long as they aren’t revealed, which is against Google’s guidelines.

Matt Cutts Wrote on Google Plus

Matt Cutts On Advertorials & Webmaster Guidelines

Check It Out Video:

In conclusion, A Google control for Advertorials are:

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

I saw this news on Matt Cutts on Twitter and then “SHARE” it on Google+…I received excellent information,  he explained this point very well….!!

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Video: Matt Cutts On How Does Google Think About Search Quality When It Relies On Subjective Signals


A search engine is a completely objectiveThe latest from Re-tweet Video, On Monday, May 20, 2013, Matt Cutts (Head of Webspam at Google) has just released another Webmaster Help video on YouTube. This time, Cutts respond to question asked by Dimwit: “How does Google think about search quality when it relies on subjective signals”.

And the question of……

How can Google be confident with their SERPs, when relying on inherently subjective signals that influence which sites display (i.e. using human ‘quality raters’ to evaluate entire domains without the context of the search query itself)?

Here is the video for you all to watch:

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

I covered this on Google Matt Cutts (mattcutts) on Twitter and then “SHARE” it on Google+. Matt Cutts did very well answering questions and explaining things.

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Video: Matt Cutts On Why Does Google Show Multiple Results from the One Domain?


The latest from Yesterday News, Many times, you must have noticed Google showing multiple search results from a single domain for a single query.

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts put out a new webmaster help video Published on May 15, 2013. This is a response to question asked by Blind Five Year Old, SF, CA: “Why does Google show multiple results from the same domain? ”

Why does Google continue to present multiple results from one domain on a search result? (Does it really benefit the user to have 7 results from Yelp?)

Check It Out Video:

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

I covered this on Google Matt Cutts (mattcutts) on Twitter and then “SHARE” it on Google+. Matt Cutts did very well answering questions and explaining things.

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Google’s @MattCutts Confirms Penguin 2.0 Coming up Over The Next Few Weeks


!!Link Networks Beware!!

Google Penguin 2.0 Coming

The latest from Yesterday’s News Google webspam head Matt Cutts on Twitter about Google Penguin. When asked about Penguin update this week Matt. “Nope, no new Penguin update this week,” Cutts wrote on Twitter….In this comment, Matt Cutts responded Penguin update will be coming next few weeks at the latest.

The first Panda algorithm was introduced on April 2012. By this update targeted at spam back-links; also coined the ‘Web-spam Update it targeted keyword stuffing…!!

#Penguin 2.0 @ A Conversation Google’s Webspam Head Matt Cutts via Twitter;

There are several sites reporting the update, including Search Engine Land, Search Engine Watch and many more…I covered this on Google Matt Cutts (mattcutts) on Twitter and then “SHARE” it on Google+.

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The Importance of Keyword Research on How to Get Started


How To Do Keyword Research

Keyword research is the method used by SEO industry experts to find and research actual search terms people enter into the search engine giants like Google or any other search engine that directly match with your business, product  & services.

If you want more ORGANIC traffic directly from search engines (Google, Yahoo & Bing), Keyword Research is the key to growing your business.  Finding low competition keywords is a smart way to get more visitors and rank then faster as compared to high competition keywords.

High competitive keyword is the keywords which has high search volume whereas low competition keywords have less search volume.”

Click here to find basic formulas: – Google keyword tool; call it “relative search volume”.

relative search volume = individual keyword search volume / total search volume for all keywords

The Three Main Types of Keywords for Your Site –
  • Generic Keywords – Highly competitive keywords are identified as generic keywords like (“travel agents” or “travel agency”)
  • Broad March Keywords –  Contains all of the words, may be in any order, and may consist of  other words like (“apple from Kashmir” or “Kashmir apple tree”)
  • Long Tail Keywords –  Long tail keywords are considered keyword phrases that include between two and five words, usually used when searching to get a rather specific item like (“Hire Professional SEO Expert” or “Hire a SEO in India”)
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Here are the steps in keyword research –
  • Keyword Brainstorming – The keyword brainstorming is the first phase can be identify of the keywords that your target market will most potential and competitiveness, it’s really is important to make a comprehensive set of words your customers might use when searching to your products.
  • Understand Your Geographical AreaAre you putting attention keyword phrases locally, regionally and or on national level? In case you support one or all of these areas, then make a list of keywords. Keep in mind, search engines know where you’re situated so claiming you represent a location that you do not will hurt your position.
  • Categorizing – We will then categorize these keywords phrases into specific topic areas
  • Add keyword suffix terms – The basic terms you’ll use should be based around your specific business. For Web Development, use the terms “Web Development Company,” “Website design Companies,” and “PHP website development”
  • Competition – The more sites which are targeting on keyword or keyword phrase, the more competitive it is. The better it is to rank the less happy you will be. The much less happy you will be…well, you understand.

Be sure you put your keywords strategy in the right place – before you jump into specific keyword research – and like some other square zero scenario, you’ll make sure the finest chance of good results.

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Video: Matt Cutts On Does Linking My Two Sites Together Violate the Quality Guidelines


A new webmaster helps video released by Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s web-spam team on 25 Apr, 2013. This is a response to question asked by Kenichi Suzuki, Tokyo, Japan: “Does linking my two sites together violate the quality guidelines? “

Suppose I have a site that covers fishing overall (A) & I make another fishing site that solely focuses on lure fishing (B). Does linking to A from B violate guidelines? I’ll make sure both have high quality content & I disclose that they’re both owned by me.

Cutts said, If you have a related website then you can link them together. Which is germane to each other. It will be good when the respective and useful to each other…But mass link exchange to unrelated site is not working, They would be in violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.

Check It Out Video:

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

I covered this on Google Matt Cutts (mattcutts) on Twitter and then “SHARE” it on Google+. Matt Cutts did very well answering questions and explaining things.

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