RSS – A SEO tactic in the past or a future strategy you should focus on?

Both RSS feeds and Sitemaps are written in XML. Google’s John Mueller has stated that RSS feeds do help them index a site, especially one with many pages like an e-commerce site. However after some time Google’s John Mueller said on Twitter that RSS feeds do not help your web site rank better in Google […]

Press Release – A SEO tactic in the past or a future strategy you should focus on?

Same as Wikipedia that we discussed weeks ago, is Press release a good off-page #SEO tactics. According to this article we shared with references from Google’s John Mueller, press release links are all no followed that Google’s aglorithms ignores. The conclusion from this article is neither helpful nor harmful to your orgnaic web rankings. Having […]

Wikipedia – A SEO tactic in the past or a future strategy you should focus on?

Wikipedia – A #SEO tactic in the past or a future strategy you should focus on? Wikipedia is the 800 lb gorilla in the Google search results. It ranks for almost half of all searches. In the early days of SEO history, brands built their Wikipedia page as an important Off-Page SEO Strategy However in […]

SEO Paradox 3: 1) Wikipedia 2) Press Release 3) RSS Feeds

#SEO algorithms changes almost every day with big and minor updates. Many tactics that were proven working on the old days became a taboo nowadays. In the coming weeks, we shall discuss with you the following 3 SEO off-page strategies which were proved to be awesome are still working today or not: 1) Wikipedia 2) […]

Snippet Strategy – Your 2019 SEO Strategy

Rich Snippets is the term used to describe structured data markup that site operators can add to their existing HTML, which in turn allow search engines to better understand what information is contained on each web page. This helps search engines to bring more relevant traffic to your website. One of the example of the […]

5 facts you need to know about an xml sitemap

XML Sitemap is a must for #SEO specialist. 5 facts you need to know about an xml sitemap: 1) xml sitemap must be located at your website’s root directory 2) xml sitemap must be submitted at the webmaster center fo major search engines 3) xml sitemap helps search engines to crawl and index your pages […]

4 questions to check if you truely understand SEO

#SEO is almost the first discipline emerged when digial marketing came to the scene. This buzzword has been around for almost two decades. Brands have been given lots of education from different digital agencies or consultants that this is not a new topic. However the algorithm of search engines ranking factors have been constantly changing. […]

5 Ways to Optimize SEO after Google RankBrain

RankBrain is a component of Google’s core algorithm which uses machine learning (the ability of machines to teach themselves from data inputs) to determine the most relevant results to the “intent” behind the search queries, not the search keywords itself. In keywords with ambiguous or multiple meanings such as “apple” as fruit or a computer […]

5 Major Google Algorithm updates Summarized in the Past 2018

In this article, we share 5 Major Google Algorithm updates in 2018 that you should focus on. On top of this list, I would also like to add Google RankBrain, which is always regarded as the third important update at this moment. Google RankBrain will be further elaborated in the coming blog posts.Check how suited […]

The face behind Google’s organic search team

As mentioned Matt Cutts as the face behind Google’s organic search team left Google in 2016; and being replaced by Danny Sullivian who became the public face of Google organic search team. Matt laid the foundations of earlier Google organic web ranking’s principle i.e. promoting relevancy being the central theme for all organic ranking algorithms […]