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Kategori: Organic SEO

Organic SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the art of “naturally” rank you web pages in the “organic” (normal – not paid) results in web search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing

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Google Farmer Update – or Google Panda Update?

Google Farmer Update – or Google Panda Update?

The new ”update” by Google was first named ”The Farmer Update” by Danny Sullivan. A good name to illustrate what the update is supposed to deal with. But then Google came along and renamed it “The Panda Update”. Why? What are they trying to tell us?

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Grow up Google!

Grow up Google!

Googles core business is basically to copy content from our websites and exploit it commercially. In Search Engine Land today Google cry like little girls because they claim Bing is copying their search results. Grow up Google! If it’s ethical for you to copy information why is it unethical for others to do the same?

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PageRank is a Brand – Not a Technology!

PageRank is a Brand – Not a Technology!

Google have just removed the PageRank data from Webmaster Tools. It makes sense to do that because the reported PageRank data doesn’t matter anyway. But they keep the public toolbar PageRank despite the fact that many more users see this. Confused?

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5 Reasons Performance Based SEO (CPA SEO) May Not Be Right for You!

5 Reasons Performance Based SEO (CPA SEO) May Not Be Right for You!

Paying your SEO based on some sort of performance may sound like a dream scenario to you. But are you aware of the negative sides of CPA SEO? If not then read this post!

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No, I do not hate Google – my money making machine

No, I do not hate Google – my money making machine

Many people think I hate Google because I often criticise them. I don’t. In fact I love Google. I love Google for all the good things they’ve done for the web, for their passion and originality and not the least; I love Google for all they money they have made me.

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Paid links should also count in search engines!

Paid links should also count in search engines!

I do accept that the search engines need to classify the links they collect on the web. Not all links are equal but just about every one of them should carry some value. It is outright stupid to totally discount the value of paid links as the engines claim they (at least try to) do.

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ROI in SEO = Return on Ignorance

ROI in SEO = Return on Ignorance

To most people ROI is an acronym for Return on Investment. According to Wikipedia ROI can also mean Region of Interest or Republic of Ireland. But I’d like to introduce a whole new meaning to ROI that I think is more relevant for search engine marketing: Return on Ignorance.

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