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Top Website designing & Development Company in India. The SEO & SMO Specialist. Website Designing Companies, Search Engine Optimization Companies, SEO Services, Social Media Optimization Services, Software development, SEO Companies in Mumbai, Website Desgining Companies in Mumbai, Web Desgin company India
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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist - How to Remove a Penalty for Unnatural Outbound Links

Following Google's recent manual action against MyBlogGuest and their members, a lot of people have been asking for help with removing manual actions for unnatural links – especially for unnatural outbound links.

It can be quite distressing when you see a notification of a manual action from Google in your Google Webmaster Tools account, but by taking prompt action and working hard to resolve the issue that may be causing the penalty you will soon find traffic will return quite quickly.

To read the entire article, click here: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2337816/How-to-Remove-a-Penalty-for-Unnatural-Outbound-Links

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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist -16 Examples of How to Use Non-SEO Friendly Content for SEO

A good search marketer must understand that the content landscape is changing.

As the content landscape shifts, and new formats emerge, the reality is that SEO professionals will need to share their budgets and strategies with other channels and some of those may not be SEO friendly to the naked eye.

Need some content examples? We've got 16 for you

To read them, click here: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2322651/16-Examples-of-How-to-Use-Non-SEO-Friendly-Content-for-SEO

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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist - A New Direction for SEO in 2014: The Secure Search Manifesto

SEO marketing finally matured in 2013. With more than 500 algorithm changes a year, keeping pace with innovation was a source of confusion and frustration for some people, yet provided great clarity for others.

The rapid pace of change in our market, fueled by the convergence of earned, owned, and paid media has meant that the traditional SEO mindset moved from keyword-centric methodologies toward new content-centric, and key revenue based strategies.

Google's move to make 100 percent of search keyword data "(not provided)" in September finally forced SEO marketers to rethink their strategies. Some people failed to identify trends, and struggled to adapt, while others took a giant innovative leap into the world of secure search.

In 2014 we'll see a new content and page-centric SEO workflow form the backbone of, what I like to call, a new "Secure Search Manifesto." This new manifesto allows you to actually match your SEO and content marketing strategies to measurable business outcomes.

To read the entire article, click here: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2319943/A-New-Direction-for-SEO-in-2014-The-Secure-Search-Manifesto

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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist - "How to Use Images in Your Link Building Campaigns"

7 Easy Ways to Use Images in Link Campaigns

Let's look at a few easy ways that images can be used in your link campaigns.

Use them to link back to your site from another site. We've had site owners say they don't do text links, but would happily do an image link.
Use them in your content to naturally attract more links. Anything that makes users happier makes them more likely to share, and that ups the odds for more links.
Use them in your content to increase user engagement. Maybe you've used an image that is just too hysterical not to comment on, whereas a visitor wouldn't have commented on your text? Yes, it happens.
Gain traffic from them when they're found in an image search. Maybe a person finds your site for the first time through an image search, and that leads to a new customer, a new email subscriber, some social love, or a new link.
Use them to promote your site on social media (not just Pinterest.) Build links to those social sites, too. According to a Buffer blog post, "tweets with image links get 2x the engagement rate of those without." More engagement equals the potential for more links.
Create infographics and comics.
Use them to help promote your seasonal content. If you're having a company-wide donation program for the holidays, a photo of all the donations you've gathered will be much more interesting than just saying "yeah, we have a lot of donations."

To read the entire article, click here: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2309177/How-to-Use-Images-in-Your-Link-Building-Campaigns

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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist  - "13 Metrics Every PPC Report Should Have"

Metrics, whether for PPC or email, can be tied back to four basic lifecycle stages: attracting, engaging, converting, and renewing. In an ongoing effort of consistency in multi-channel marketing, we'll take a look at how these same stages can apply to your PPC efforts.

Click on this link to view the entire article: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2304608/13-Metrics-Every-PPC-Report-Should-Have

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+SIB Infotech - The SEO Specialist  - "How to Turn the Google Analytics Visitors Flow Report Into Your Secret CRO Weapon"

Are you searching for that super secret insight in Google Analytics that will fuel the next big win for your conversion rate optimization (CRO) testing program?

The Google Analytics Visitors Flow report is truly a handy way to visualize what's happening on a website. Today's the day you turn it into your secret CRO weapon and glean big insights from it before your next test.

To read more, click here: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2295813/How-to-Turn-the-Google-Analytics-Visitors-Flow-Report-Into-Your-Secret-CRO-Weapon
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