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Google wants your Website "mobile-friendly" for better ranking.
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#SEO Tip:Google 3 Pack is here to stay. Adjust your Local SEO #localseo #google

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#Digital Advertisement changing the way we target our #audience; Google exactly knows what people are #searching/reading in an Email

#Facebook exactly knows Daily , Weekly & Monthly Active User, Their Demographics, Gender & Age, their activity and which media they are viewing more Video, Audio or Photos

As an #advertiser now you know lot of insights which help you plan your #digital media buying

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Website act as your office which is open 24x7;

Entrepreneur, Marketing Executive , Owner or those who interact with customer at pres sales stage should be involved for content to be published on website; as they meet customer & come across different questions related to products & services

Rule is write every thing on website which other wise you would have explained to your customer in person!

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Time to think for #E-commerce in INDIA;

The Indian consumer base is supported by a vast rural market that accounts for 80% of the country's Population !

Buoyed by Internet penetration in rural areas, the number of web users in India will see a two-fold rise at 730 million by 2020 against 350 million at the end of 2015, a latest report said today.

As information and Online payment becomes more Prevalent companies will be able to reach out to more and more consumers directly saving time & cost

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Your Business needs Mission-Critical Website, Robust, fast & Secure #BUSINESS #E-MAIL SERVICE and best #Digitalmarketing and #seo promotion

No matter what size your business, Your company NEEDS a professional website !

About 90% of consumers use the #internet to search for products and #services they need before they make a purchase. Most customers today will assume your #company has a #website and may search for your #business only to find you do not exist on the world wide web. that's a big business opportunity you'll be missing out on if you don't have a web presence.

Advantages of #professional BUSINESS Website

A website is available 24/7/365 providing the convenience of reviewing your #products and services when your store or office is closed.

Website as being your online brochure or catalogue. It is much easier and quicker to update information letting your customers know about the updated information and news.

Today, more and more consumers use the internet to search for the products or services they need. Your small business will gain credibility by having a website. having it professionally redesigned will provide your business with a professional image

When you consider the potential market, Compared with the cost of other advertisement modes website is a very cost effective way to promote your business.

A website (e-Commerce) is a great place to sell your products to a wider market; even services can be made available globally.

No matter what type of business you’re in, a website is a great place to showcase your work. you can demonstrate what makes your business unique.

Once your website is up and running, it is available to your customers indefinitely, saving you time…. Time is Money!

IMPROVES CUSTOMER SERVICE: You can keep customers up-to-date. Keep them happy by value added service by sharing information on your website.

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#responsive #webdesigner

Bing’s Share of the Search Market is Growing Faster than Google’s

According to the latest numbers, comScore reports that Bing’s share of the search market grew more than Google’s this past April. To be exact, Bing’s market share rose by 0.2% while Google’s dropped by 0.2%.

Google’s total share of the US desktop search market has dipped below its previous 64% to 63.8%. Microsoft’s share of desktop search is now sitting at 21.6%.

So, why is Bing’s search share growing while Google’s dropping?The growth of Windows 10 could have had an effect, since Bing is integrated throughout the entire desktop operating system.

Bing recently stated that 25% of its searches are voice search, which immediately calls to mind its integration with Apple’s Siri, but for these numbers comScore is counting strictly desktop searches.

Still, Windows 10 could have led to an increase in voice searches on Bing thanks to its “Hey Cortana” feature. On Windows 10, a user can conduct a voice search from anywhere using that command. With more Windows users upgrading to Windows 10 it certainly makes sense that desktop voice searches could be making up some portion of that 25%.

We’ll see next month if the trend continues. There’s no doubt Google is still the king of desktop search and will be for the forseeable future, but it’s no less interesting that more people are searching on Bing now than they used to.
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SEO Myths you Should Stop Thinking About
SEO has changed a lot during the last decade. Actually it has changed so much that many online marketers aren’t sure about which SEO strategy is indeed important and updated.This is due to the fact that search engines want to provide high quality content relevant to the search terms in search results.

With this article we will try to analyse the most important myths regarding SEO so as to keep online marketers up to date and enable them to design effective SEO strategies.

Myth # 1. The website must be submitted on Google

By using Google webmaster tools online marketers are able to submit their website on google. This does not mean that submissions on google or other search engines are obligatory in order for your website to be crawled in a short length of time. Furthermore website submission does not help your website rank better on search engines.

So, whether or not your #website is submitted on Google the outcome is almost indifferent.

Myth #2. SEO is a technical issue

In the past, SEO was largely the responsibility of web designers and web developers. As time goes by and the algorithms are changing SEO is disengaged and simplified from technical issues. For instance, Google doesn’t take into consideration HTML validation. A proof is that Google has 23 HTML errors and 4 warnings.

Be aware of the fact that there are many reasons for a web site to have a valid HTML code but SEO is not one of them!!!

Myth #3. AdWords improve SEO performance.

A great variety of online marketers believe that google “helps” AdWords advertisers.

Officially the Google organic search team is independent from the paid search team and therefore Google does not favour anyone.

Myth #4. Domain age is an important ranking factor

It is true that domain age is one of the search engine ranking factors, but it is lower than it is actually believed as seniority is not necessarily of your advantage since SEO constantly evolves.

Ranking factors have been influenced by the domain age but its overall impact is very small according to Google.

Myth #5. Keyword density is the major aim on SEO

Keyword density is no longer the holy grail of SEO. It is highly recommended to include keywords or a variation of them in the headline, on the page, in the URL and at least once through the content.

But density wise, do not overdo it.  Keyword stuffing might penalize your website.

Myth #6. Keywords must match exactly with the search term

Last September google introduced a new search algorithm, Google hummingbird. Google has studied search trends and had made a great effort in improving synonym identification. As a result now it is able to understand keywords that are synonyms to the search term.

Therefore exact matches are no longer critical.

Myth # 7. Meta #keywords have a huge impact on #SEO.

Meta keywords used to be important for the first search engines that were not able to analyse the entire page. Nowadays search engines can extract the important keywords without searching for Meta keywords.

Consequently Meta keywords no longer have a huge impact on SEO.

Myth #8. #Ranking depends on Page rank

If you check the PR of websites in the first page of google search result you will notice that many sites with lower PR are on the top and sites with higher PR are towards the bottom.

Under the latest Google update, PageRank is still one of the 200 factors that determines page popularity but cannot guarantee high rankings.

Myth #9. Any back link is a good link

Apart from taking into consideration the Page rank of a link, Search engines also count the relevance of pages being linked. Google looks at the text surrounding a link to determine relevancy.
A link from a website with a very high PageRank but unrelated topic does not enhance the website’s position in the SERPs.

So, if a link is irrelevant to the content it is simply unimportant or in fact it may even be harmful.

Myth #10. Social media and SEO are not related

Officially google considers social media buzz as a no follow link but there are suspicions by many SEO’s regarding this statement. In addition Google+ is considered as a do follow link.

Furthermore Google+ posts are crawled and indexed almost immediately.

Myth #11. Only follow links are important

According to a penguin update, link diversity is the key to success. A balance must be kept between do follow and no follow backlinks.

Do follow links may do more for SEO but no follow links still provide valuable referral traffic, as they act as a gateway into the site.

Myth #12. SEO highly depends on ranking

Search results can be appended with rich media snippets, author tags, places etc. Because of this trend it is often noted that pages which appear below the top results get high click through rates.

So ranking is important but it is not the only way to go.

Myth #13. User experience is not important for SEO

User experience might not be a primary factor that influences SEO but it is sure that it has an indirect influence. Websites must be designed to provide a good user experience. Websites that are poorly designed, slow, have dead links and are not designed for all devices, will most likely drive visitors away.

So, user experience is very important for SEO as it reduces the overall bounce rate.

Myth #14. SEO should only focus on Google

It is an undeniable fact that google dominates the search engine industry, but a complete SEO campaign must be efficient for all the major search engines.

SEO should focus on all major search engines.

Myth #15. SEO is a one-time event

SEO is a strategy that needs to be adjusted to the changing algorithms of search engines.
So SEO is an on-going process that needs to be adapted to the evolving environment.

To sum up, under the latest Google Updates, content continues to be the king. The authors must not let keyword density or backlinks rule their writing. Instead they must focus on creating fresh, friendly reading quality content that will create the conditions for qualitative link building actions.

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3 Reasons why #SEO is one of the Best Investments for your Business
Over the past few years many misconceptions have emerged concerning Search Engine Optimization. But which are some of the most misleading thoughts we have heard about SEO during the last year or so?

“SEO is dead; the social media guru proclaimed.”

“I don’t want SEO. I just want a good looking website similar to my competitor’s one.”

“Just built it and they will come.”

Such misconceptions still reside inside the heads of online marketing experts, business owners and business executives as a part of an overall digital mindset.

While I don’t feel sorry for the online marketing gurus that are just parroting the latest buzz words, tactics and magnify the above plus 100 more misconceptions, I do feel strong about my mission; My duty to inform the well-intended businesses that SEO still stands in 2015 at the forefront of investments for businesses that wish to increase their online presence.

SEO is an Investment

We can define SEO as an investment as it takes time and money to attract quality organic traffic through search engines. If money and time are properly invested then SEO will increase ROI due to the following three critical factors:


If you are building a new website from scratch the initial organic traffic will be zero.

Even with websites that have been in existence for years, the organic traffic can remain quite low if no or improper SEO strategy has been implemented.

And even though this may sound very discouraging, in reality it is a very positive thing for small businesses that are willing to implement a long term SEO strategy.

The reason for this is the compound rate effect and how it relates to SEO. For the websites of small businesses it is not uncommon to experience a 30%, 50% or even 100% growth in organic traffic per year.

So, imagine that even if the website that you are working on has only 100 unique visitors from organic (SEO) traffic per month, it is quite realistic to expect that in 3-5 years this same website can have 500, 700 or even over 1.000 visitors per month. This can be achieved with the implementation of continuous “white-hat” SEO actions due to the compound rate effect that helps websites accumulate increasingly higher levels of organic traffic over time with the same amount of SEO efforts.


As users we tend to perform our research through search engines by using many different keyword combinations so as to fulfill our needs.

While there is no sure-fire way to know beforehand the exact queries (search terms) that each user will enter into a search engine; what you can do is take advantage of the multiplier effect and essentially rank your website for thousands of search terms while targeting only a much smaller subset of these phrases.

In order to achieve that you have to exploit search engine algorithms to your advantage. While this sounds quite illegal and black-hat all it actually means is to invest in a long term “white-hat” SEO plan.

A well SEO optimized website for a certain subset of keyword terms that are relevant to the website’s niche is going to automatically reproduce 100s of different keyword terms that your website will rank for.


Anyone that has active paid campaigns, like a Google Adwords campaign, knows that in the moment that the campaigns are off, the paid traffic that flows to the website dries up as well.

In contrast, an investment on SEO produces long term traffic that can be retained, after it has been built, even with minimal efforts in certain niches.

Even in competitive niches the most difficult part is to grow the SEO traffic for early stage websites or for websites that haven’t performed any SEO actions for years.

On the other hand well optimized websites with active SEO management can dominate the SERPs rankings much easier for the long haul with a certain level of SEO actions.

In conclusion, the accumulation factor through the compound rate effect will allow organic (SEO) traffic to pile up as the time progresses. The multiplication factor will allow the keyword terms to multiple automatically and as a result your website’s “keyword terms army” will grow and dominate the SERPs as time unfolds. Finally, the longevity factor will enable SEO traffic to produce (pay) dividends in the form of future – long term – organic traffic.

This trifecta of factors proves that SEO is rightfully considered as one of best investments for your business…and is still very alive!
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