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Video: Matt Cutts On Should I use ccTLDs for sites not targeted to those countries?


Should I use ccTLDs for sites not targeted to those countries?Google’s Matt Cutts head of search spam has put out a new webmaster help video comes from Andy, NY on Jul 29, 2013 . Cutts discusses it is a good idea for website to use ccTLD (country code top level domain) as a novelty domain.

And the Question Is mentioned below..?

As memorable .COM domains become more expensive, more developers are choosing alternate new domains like .IO and .IM – which Google geotargets to small areas. Do you discourage this activity?

Here is the video for you all to watch:

Video Transcription

Google’s Matt Cutts says. “Because you can pick any domain you choose, but in case you choose a domain like .ES or .IT because you think that you could make a unique domain like GOOGLE.IT (‘Google It’), you know, or something like that, be aware that most domains at a country level do pertain to that specific country, and so we think that that content is going to be intended mainly for that country.”

Here’s a list of the domains Google considers generic.

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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Direct Targeted Traffic to Your Website without Buying Ads & Clicks – SEO Tips & Tricks


Search Engine Optimization [SEO] – An algorithm designed to impact visibility of web consent through organic search result. SEO is commonly used as a free alternative to PPC [Pay Per Click] advertising.

Search Engine Optimization Tips –

  • Relevant content is fire for your page ranking. The more industry specific content your website has, the more your website will be found, organically.
  • Organic search result is a natural method for locating a webpage. This method will match search terms with relevant content on competing WebPages

ReadImportance of Guest Blogging Can Grow Your Online Business

  • New content is what keeps your page ranked. The best way is blogging/tagging with search engine will trust your website for publishing relevant and new information.
  • Original and unique content brings web searches directly to your website. Unique content can distinguish your Brand, Product and website from companies with the same industry focus and target.

Search Engine Optimization Tricks –

  • Content Is King – Keep relevant and new content flowing constantly adding content so crucial for your ongoing ranking, the most effective way is with a blog attached to your website.
  • No Breaks – The SEO Game is never-ending. You must play often to not only maintain but most importantly to increase your ranking.
  • Stay Updated – Use Google AdWords and Google Analytics to view the monthly searches of which Keyword Phrases Visitors used to find your website.
  • Don’t Duplicate – Search engines (Mainly Google) are able to catch fluff and tamper consider these algorithms as more of an art than a science. Don’t bother trying.

ReadThe Importance of Keyword Research on How to Get Started

  • Use the KE – Use the Keyword effectiveness index equation this gives words a rating based on the number of times a word is searched over web pages showing the word.

Google Penguin

Pulpit rock
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…!!

The update was to penalize website using manipulative techniques to achieve high rankings ~ Wikipedia

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Google Panda

Google Panda

The first Panda algorithm was introduced on February 24, 2011. By this algorithm update sites with poor or duplicate content have been pushed back or say got vanished from top search pages. The motive behind this algorithm update was to bring out the importance of Good and high quality content.

In March 2012 Google updated Panda and started that they are deploying and “over optimization penalty,” in-order to level the playing field ~ Wikipedia

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The bottom line is here Google is constantly updating their search algorithm so it is important to make sure your website and SEO strategy is up to date with the most current standards!!

Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional, and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Take a look and let me know what you think by including your comment below. Thank you and have a great day.

New Google Panda 26 Update Official Confirmed!


!!Google “Panda” Is On The Attack!!

Update: Google confirmed there is a Panda update going out now that is “more finely targeted.” Barry Schwartz over at Search Engine Roundtable noticed people at WebmasterWorld talking about.

They updated it in Panda # 25 March 15 2013 and now they’ve updated it again. Some sites are going up & some are going down, but in both cases webmaster are noticing.

Google confirms panda update #26 is rolling out this one is + finely targeted

Google confirms panda update is rolling out this one is + finely targeted

Google Panda Update Overview – 

Reported by Google’s official blog post when Panda launched.

Within the most recent months, Google have made a considerable change on the way they categorize websites with their search engines.It is actually referred to as Google Panda. This update is intended to minimize ranking for low quality websites that are just not so useful. Simultaneously, it is going to deliver better positions for top quality websites for the unique content. Here are all the releases so far for Panda:

History of Google Panda Updates (Google Panda Refresh):

Panda #26 on July 18th Panda #25 on March 15th
Panda #23 on Decembar 21th Panda #24 on January 22th
Panda #22 on November 21th Panda #21 on November 5th
Panda #20 on September 27th Panda 3.9.2 on September 18th
Panda 3.9.1 on August 20th Panda 3.9 on July 24th
Panda 3.8 on June 25th Panda 3.7 on June 9th
Panda 3.6 on April 27th Panda 3.5 on April 19th
Panda 3.4 on March 23rd Panda 3.3 on about February 26th
Panda 3.2 on about January 15th Panda 3.1 on November 18th
Panda 2.5.3 on October 19/20th Panda 2.5.2 on October 13th
Panda 2.5.1 on October 9th Panda 2.5 on September 28th
Panda 2.4 in August Panda 2.3 on around July 22nd
Panda 2.2 on June 18th Panda 2.1 on May 9th
Panda 2.0 on April 11th Panda 1.0 on February 24th

Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional, and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Take a look and let me know what you think by including your comment below. Thank you and have a great day.

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Video: Matt Cutts On If I Write About Another Article, Where Should I Link To The Original Source?


New webmaster video: "If I write about another article, where should I link to the original source?The Latest from Yesterday’s News Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts put out a new webmaster help video comes from Natanseth, India on July 1, 2013.

And the Question Is mentioned below..?

I have a blog and I post original articles but I also like to link to the original website. So I link the website in a word in the first paragraph. Is this the right way or I should give a link separately at bottom.

Here is the video for you all to watch:

Matt Cutts said, “I’ll just say, for my personal preference, I really appreciate when there’s a link somewhere relatively close to the top of the article because I really kind of want to know when someone’s talking about it, you know, hey, go ahead and show me where I can read the original source or let me look up more information,” says Cutts. “There are a lot of blogs that will give one tiny little link all the way at the bottom of a big long story, and by that time, it just doesn’t seem like it’s quite as useful, but that’s just a personal preference. That’s not ranking advice as far as it goes.

The only other thing I hate – this is once again just personal – is whenever you’ve got a regular news report, whether it’s in a mainstream newspaper – New York Times, AP, whatever – and they say, ‘Blah Blah Blah said on a popular webmaster blog that blah blah blah,’ and they don’t link to the source,” he continues. “I mean, come on. Link to your sources, whether you’re a journalist, whether you’re a blogger, let people go and look at the original information themselves so that they can suss out what they think about whatever it is that you’re writing about. So if you just say, ‘Oh, it was discovered on a popular forum that blah blah blah,’ then we have to go look for it. That’s really annoying.

Again, not ranking advice, Just asking everybody to be considerate on the web, and share credit, and attribute, so that people can, you know, do the research for themselves if they want to.

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….!!

Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional, and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Take a look and let me know what you think by including your comment below. Thank you and have a great day.

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