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Digital Talker: 12 Hacks to Improve Your Blog and Get More Traffic


tips to improve your site Ranking (SEO)

Our most important piece of advice is: Design a user-friendly website

Klood CEO Vivion Cox has set up her own website and blog to helping companies drive more traffic, enquiries and customers using the most up to date digital technologies and techniques http://www.klooddigital.com. His blog of this week is a 12-point SEO checklist for blogs.

Take a look at the infographic below and we are sure you will find a lot of helpful tips to improve your site Ranking (SEO)

12 Hacks to Improve Your Blog and Get More Traffic Infographic

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Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Feel free connect with me on Twitter – @araghuwanshi6 – and let us learn from each other.

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Old vs. New SEO On One Picture

The 25-Point Website Usability Checklist (Infographic)


This 25-point usability checklist is really an excellent solution to understand the basic principles of a perfectly optimized and managed site, covering Accessibility (Is the site easy to use?), Identity (Does the site represent your business properly?), Navigation (Is it easy to find what you’re looking for?) and Content (Can visitors find, read and understand information on the site?)

For help, follow this 25 step checklist from Team Mango Media Private Limited

The 25 Website Checklist Factors are not Just Guidelines.

From Visually.


 

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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.!

10 YouTuber's That You Should Be Following Right Now - Infographic

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[INFOGRAPHIC] How to Optimize the CTR & Get More Clicks from Google


click-through-rate from google

When people search on Google and your blog appears in the search results pages (also called SERPs), there are certain elements that can attract users to click on your link. I’ll tell you what those elements are and how they’ve gotten through more clicks (CTR optimize) from the pages of Google.

What is CTR and SERPs?

CTR – The CTR (Click Through Rate) is the number of clicks it receives divided by the number of times the link shown in the results pages of Google (clicks ÷ times shown = CTR) link. Is usually represented as a percentage and of course the higher the better. For example, if a link to my blog appears 100 times in the results of Google and 10 users clicked on it have a CTR of 10 clicks / 100 times that shown = 0.1 = 10%

SERP – The SERP (Search Engine Results Page) is the page of search engine results. For example, if you search “Hire Professional SEO Expert” on Google, the search results page that shows Google is a SERP. Normally in each SERP about 10 links as results of the search are shown.

One of the best sources of data for troubleshooting website performance issues (like low %CTR from search engine results) is Google Webmaster Tools, and in the “Search Queries” section you can see the famous CTR.

See the Infographic more details …

Google CTR Study

To find out more about how Infographics contribute to an effective content marketing strategy, have a look at these additional resources:

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Infographic: The Perfectly Optimized Page


An Infographic that provides a list of key points to consider in optimizing a website for search engines. Questionable as always, but interesting anyway …

Our Infographic on Friday proposed today by the site QuickSprout and list some basic reminders about SEO optimization of a page and a website: keywords, title tag, URL, content, links, etc. Some items may be debated (where H1-H6 tags Geographic location – up / down – a word into the page is it really important Is it really over 2000 (!!) words? ? a page Etc.), but it is anyway the case of all the graphics of this type :))

How to Structure a Perfect SEO Optimized Page
This Infographic by Quick Sprout – Feel Free to use and share, but please mention QUICK SPROUT.
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New Panda #23 Update on Dec 21, Impacting 1.3% of English Based Queries


On 21st Dec Google rolled out with Panda Data Refresh 21-Dec-2012, Impacting about 1.3% of English search queries.

Next on 21th November i.e., after one months of Panada #22 Google has again rolled out other Panada data refresh. Then again, I reported early signs of another update at the Search Engine Roundtable and Google confirmed it on Twitter.

This would make for the 23rd Panda update since 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. Here are all the releases so far for Panda

Google Announcing on Twitter ~  New Panda #23 Update

Google Announcing on Twitter ~ New Panda #23 Update

There are several sites reporting the update, including Search Engine Land,  Search Engine Roundtable many more.

So, here’s what I spotted as news this week:

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