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10 YouTuber’s That You Should Be Following Right Now


10 YouTuber's That You Should Be Following Right Now

According to YouTube, there 1 billion monthly active users on the platform, average YouTube users visits the site 14 times per month, Users spend an average of 25 minutes on the site each time, 40% of YouTube traffic comes from mobile 92, billion page views each month {13x World Population} ..

Those 10 YouTuber’s provide the best advice:

Subscribed them, and learn the best from Google

Search Engine updates & other Google developments.!

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Q&A With Google’s Matt Cutts On How Google Choose Title While Searching?


How Google Choose Title While Searching

Excellent explanation by Google’s Head of Search Spam Matt Cutts on the question –  How Does Google Choose Titles for Search Results?

To hear Matt’s full explanation, please see the video below

Here, Pierre Far, explains why Google may pick a different title tag

In a Google+ post he gives the short version:

▬ Our algorithms generate thee alternative titles so that your page is no longer constrained with having just the one title for all the different queries your page ranks for. This has the nice side effect of making the result look more relevant to our searchers and..

▬ On average, the alternative titles increase the click through rate on the results, i.e. more traffic for you.

▬ The <title> tag is still a primary source for titles we show so all our advice about make them concise and useful and enticing still very much apply. Keep an eye on the HTML Suggestions page in the Diagnostics section in Webmaster Tools for title suggestions.

Bottom Line

The shorter a title, the better is its chance to be displayed in the SERPs. Good to know for the SERP CTR fetishists among us.

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Matt Cutts! 410 vs. 404


Does Google treat 404 and 410 status codes differently

The latest from yesterday’s news Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts put out a new webmaster help video comes from San Francisco, California on April 15, 2014.

And the questioned is mentioned below …

Does Google do anything different when encountering a 404 versus a 410?

See the (short) video …

404 (Not Found): The crawler looks for 24 hours again, before the page is marked as failed and thus thrown out of the primary index.

410 (Gone): The crawler marks the page as it was defective because the webmaster obviously knows what he’s doing. (Because 410 is only rarely and then intentionally used)

The crawler will look in both cases every now and then, if the page is accessible again. Therefore, it is only a very slight difference, for normal Webmaster insignificant and imperceptible.

Bottom Line

The difference is only important if you want to optimize a website badass who has a lot changing content. With 410 discarded content will be removed quickly from the index, ie exactly 24 hours earlier. They make room for new content more quickly. This really is hardly important, unless a site is running on the edge of their crawl and index budgets.

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5 Actionable Guest Blogging Tips and Tricks to Follow In 2014


5 Actionable Guest Blogging Tips and Tricks to Follow In 2014

Guest Blogging Tip #1: Choose potential sites carefully

However you’re choosing potential sites to host your guest post, you need to spend some identifying them.

Take a look around the sites and work out whether there’s any interaction between the sites and its readers. Usually this is by way of comments and you need to check a few pages to see whether or not the comments are helpful and contribute to the post made.

It also helps if the owner and the guest poster answer any question or points raised in the comments.

Guest Blogging Tip #2: Lurk for a While

Much the same as you would do in a forum, go back to the site over the next few days and get better taste for it.

This does involve time – there’s no shortcut for that – but can make all the difference between finding a good sites or not.

Much like you wouldn’t spend time in a forum if you where the only one posting there, the same applies to sites where you are considering submitting a guest post.

Guest Blogging Tip #3: Contribute

Once you have got a feel for the site, the next step is to contribute to it.

That means adding your helpful comments to some of the posts.

Keep a note of when you have placed a comments and how long it takes to approve.

Sites that automatically approve comments are unlikely to have the kind of quality control standards that you’re going to need to make it worth your while submitting post.

Read – Importance of Guest Blogging Can Grow Your Online Business

Guest Blogging Tip #4: Check out the Guest Posting Guidelines

Sites that regularly accept guest posts usually have a page that tells you want they expect and how to send in your proposed post.

Some will be happy with just a title and some points of what you’re likely to cover. Other will prefer the complete article. It varies (remember, there are humans involved in this!)

Once you have read the guidelines, you have ready to submit either the full article or an outline. Which leads us on the final step:

Guest Blogging Tip #5: Write your guest post

This is maybe the easiest part of the process, assuming that you are already happy writing posts for your own sites and article sites or that you have created guest posts already.

Follow the guidelines for you chosen site including writing style and length of the guest post.

Make sure that you don’t pad out the post just to meet a word count – this should be amongst your best work, not some run of the mill stuff, as its showcase you.

The double check your proposed guests post for spelling and grammar before sending it off and waiting.

In the latest webmaster help video, Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts  Answering Questions to how can I guest blog without it appearing as if I paid for links?

Video – Matt Cutts On How can I guest blog without it appearing as if I paid for links?

Follow these basic Guest Blogging Tips to boost traffic into your website or blog. I have written this short article with my own experience.

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Alok Raghuwanshi is a SEO/Digital Marketing Expert with Kuliko Web Design Company Canada. Specializing search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing (SMM), content marketing and guest blogging. Also includes links to posts from his work at SEO Blog for Internet Marketing.  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 SEO Drawbacks Using Responsive Design Vs Separate Mobile URLs


Matt Cutts Talks Responsive Design Impact On SEO

Is there an SEO disadvantage to using responsive design instead of separate mobile URLs?

Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts from discussing it further in a new Webmaster Help Video in response to the user-submitted question:

Does a site leveraging responsive design “lose” any SEO benefit compared to a more traditional m. site?
John E, New York

Here is the video for you all to watch:

Video Transcription

Whenever you have a site that can work well for regular browsers on the desktop as well as mobile phones, there’s a couple completely valid ways to do it. One is called responsive design, and responsive design just means that the page works totally fine whether you access that URL with a desktop browser or whether you access that URL with a mobile browser. Things will rescale, you know, the page size will be taken into account, and everything works fine. Another way to do it is, depending on the user agent that’s coming, you could do a redirect so that a mobile phone – a mobile smartphone, for example – might get redirected to a mobile dot version of your page, and that’s totally fine as well.”

Read our guidelines for mobile-optimized sites: https://developers.google.com/webmasters/smartphone-sites/

This includes things like having a rel=”canonical” from the mobile version to the desktop version, and stuff like that. In general, I wouldn’t worry about a site that uses responsive design losing SEO benefit(s) because by definition, you’ve got the same URL, so in theory, if you do a mobile version of your site, if you don’t handle that well and you don’t do the rel=’canonical’ and all those sorts of things, you might, in theory, divide the PageRank between those two pages, but if you’ve got responsive design, everything is handled from one URL, and so the PageRank doesn’t get divided. Everything works fine, so you don’t need to worry about the SEO drawbacks at all.

Checked with reference to the documents mentioned below…

Bottom Line

I am thankful that he confirmed my some doubts on this. Having a good responsive design won’t harm your search engine results. But, however, if you use a separate mobile version in the form of m.domain.com, unless you manage every thing accurately, you could possibly harm your ranking.

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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Video: Matt Cutts On Lots of Index Pages Can Change the Rank better


matt cutts - Does a site rank better if it has a lot of indexed pages?

Does a site rank better if it has a lot of indexed pages?

Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts from discussing it further in a new Webmaster Help Video in response to the user-submitted question:

Does a website get a better overall ranking if it has a large amount of indexed pages?
Leah, New York

Here is the video for you all to watch:

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.

Video: Matt Cutts On In Term of SEO How you Can Differentiate Strong From B Tags


Is there a difference between the  ”strong”and & “b” tags in terms of SEO?

Is there a difference between the  “strong”and & “b” tags in terms of SEO?

Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts from discussing it further in a new Webmaster Help Video in response to the user-submitted question:

In terms of SEO, what is the difference between strong tag and bold tag for emphasis on certain words of text. From the user perspective, both tags have the same effect (words in bold). Which tag should we use, in which circumstances? Jean-Marc G, Paris, France

Here is the video for you all to watch:

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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