Category - 'Search engine'

How Local SEO Can Be A Blessing For Owners Of Small Businesses

January 19th, 2012 by Team Pi
Did you know that searches for local businesses now constitute more than 20% of all searches carried out on Google, on a regular basis? And that’s just about searches conducted from computers and laptops. Consider mobile devices, and the percentage will jump to somewhere around 40%. If you have few friends, who happen to be [...]
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Are Faulty SEO Tactics Affecting Traffic Flow To Your Business Website?

October 12th, 2011 by Team Pi
Proper Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your business website can lead to a huge boost in the amount of traffic the site gets. Not surprisingly, this almost always has a positive influence over the number of sales you can make through the site. Indeed, even an entrepreneur with mediocre quality products on offer can make [...]
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3 Easy-to-Follow SEO Tips For Newbies

September 19th, 2011 by Team Pi
Proper SEO must be implemented if you are aiming  for high search engine rankings. That’s not exactly new information. A concrete SEO strategy needs to be devised and implemented, before taking a plunge in to the digital marketing space. That’s not new either. However, today we want to delve a little deeper. We are going [...]
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Simple Tips To Make Your Social Profiles SEO-friendly

July 12th, 2011 by Nisha
Social media and search engine optimization (SEO) are closer to each other than ever before. Now, we can hardly think of one without the other. On the other hand, Google keeps on experimenting with its algorithms, trying to bring a social element into the functioning of its search engine. Overall, there’s a lot you can [...]
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How To Be A Proper SEO Client?

June 17th, 2011 by Team Pi
Have you signed a service contract with a SEO service provider to improve the search engine ranking of your website or blog? Then, you should definitely trust him (or her) with the job and interfere as little in the task as possible. This is quite a common problem that SEO service providers face with almost [...]
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Make Sure That Your Content Is Safe From Plagiarism

April 6th, 2011 by Team Pi
With Google’s new algorithm update aka Google Panda…a large number of websites were stripped off their search engine rankings because they had duplicated content. Stuffing low-quality data and duplicate content will no more be useful to anyone trying to increase search engine ratings for his website. Your content must be completely original, unique, and useful [...]
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Is Organic SEO More Effective?

March 16th, 2011 by Team Pi
A few days back we were having a casual discussion with an SEO expert who also happens to be one of our long-term clients…and the conversation turned to organic SEO; more specifically, about how different organic SEO tools can be used to make websites more search-engine friendly. Any business indulging in fair SEO practices would agree [...]
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Some Useful SEO Tips (Part –2)

March 9th, 2011 by Team Pi
When we presented the first part of this article…we promised that we would be back with its second edition this week. So, HERE WE ARE! In the first part of the article we gave some SEO tips – finding relevant keywords, creating linkable content and finding information about your competitors. Today, we will provide some more [...]
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Some Useful SEO Tips (Part-1)

March 2nd, 2011 by Team Pi
Sometimes it may happen that you realize the importance of SEO practices, but don’t have a proper understanding of the procedure or where to start. You need to realize that SEO is a science, and is basically a combination of different techniques which are aimed to increase traffic to your website and market your products [...]
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Organic SEO Helps You Reap Long-term Benefits

February 9th, 2011 by Team Pi
“…The objective is not to ‘make your links appear natural’ – the objective is that your links are natural.” Quite correctly pointed out by Matt Cutts (head of Google’s Webspam team)! Organic SEO is basically the natural listings of website URLs on different search engines. And, the order represents the most popular reader preferences. Though it’s a [...]
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