Category - 'Search Engine Optimization'

The Ultimate SEO Checklist

August 7th, 2010 by Team Pi
When it comes to making an SEO checklist, there’s an inherent risk of making it too subjective. SEO is not an exact science and a large part of it is speculative in nature. As a matter, opinions vary widely among SEO experts. What one thinks to be terribly important may be looked upon as a matter [...]
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7 Cutting-Edge Web Design Trends that Actually Improve SEO!

August 6th, 2010 by Team Pi
We were in two minds on how to classify today’s post. Should it be classified under the ‘Design’ tab, or the ‘SEO’ tab – that was the dilemma that raged in our minds. But considering the fact that we found it on SEOMoz and the original post was written by Rand Fishkin himself, we opined [...]
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5 Web Files for Better SEO

August 5th, 2010 by Team Pi
These are some of the unsung heroes of Search Engine Optimization. They rarely feature in conversations and few talk about them in public forums on the Net. The fact is, mention SEO and the world starts thinking about keywords, meta tags, link building et al. However, there’s more to the story and sadly enough, we [...]
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10 Great Keyword Density Analyzing Tools

August 4th, 2010 by Team Pi
Keyword density is one of the more important aspects of SEO and every search engine optimizer worth his salt will vouch for it. Some skeptics would refuse to attribute much importance to it anymore, but most would like to think otherwise. Let’s face it, keyword density still matters. Perhaps, not so much as it used to [...]
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5 Points to Remember for Better SEO Writing

August 3rd, 2010 by Team Pi
In a competitive, content-driven environment such as the Internet, it pays to know about SEO writing in order to get that extra edge over your competitors. Writing for your readers is a good practice; writing for the search engines as well is a better practice. SEO writing is the only way to ensure that your content [...]
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71 Essential Chrome Extensions for Blogging & SEO

August 2nd, 2010 by Team Pi
With 15.9% worldwide usage in June 2010, Chrome, the browser made by Google, is fast becoming a major contender in the war of the mighty Internet browsers. Much of its rapidly rising popularity can be attributed to the availability of a growing number of excellent extensions that make using Chrome easier and more productive. Chrome may [...]
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Organic SEO vs. Artificial SEO

July 29th, 2010 by Team Pi
We feel that the title of today’s post warrants some explanation. To those who are already familiar with SEO (search engine optimization), the epithet “Artificial” may appear unfamiliar. Relax, what it actually implies is what is better known as Black Hat SEO. Then why not call it so? This is largely because of the modus operandi of Black [...]
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A Visual Guide to SEO

July 27th, 2010 by Team Pi
Keeping up with the trend for representing data in attractive infographics, here’s the latest one on SEO. This takes a no-nonsense look at the entire business of optimizing a site or a blog for better visibility in the organic search engine results. According to the experts, SEO is not complicated, just complex. If you approach the [...]
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Making It to the Top of Google: Top 10 Tips

July 27th, 2010 by Team Pi
It’s the holy grail of SEO, the pinnacle of glory for any website – to be at the top of Google, the world’s numero uno search engine. And now, in a new report published by SearchEngineWatch, you can read about the top 10 secrets of making it to the top of Google. While online businesses clamor [...]
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12 SEO Infographics: Words into Pictures

July 26th, 2010 by Team Pi
After years of tactical evasion, SEO has finally fallen prey to the all-encompassing reach of the latest buzz on the Internet, Infographics. If a picture is truly worth a thousand words, these 12 Infographics on search engine optimization speaks volumes, albeit in a lighter vein, on the subject. Some will make you smile; some will make [...]
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