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How to optimize for Panda?

After a month full of change it's time to take the first steps into real changes,  how do I optimize my webpage for Panda? let's read what MichaelC posted for us. What does Panda measure (and what can we do about it)? To start off, this is the list of the major factors we're going to talk about for Panda: thin or thick content; the issues around duplicate or original content; the top heavy part of the Panda algorithm; how do you come up with fabulous images and how is Panda going to measure how fabulous they are; and rich interactive experience pieces. Thin (thick) content First of all, thin/thick content. Certainly, a lot of sites got penalized when Panda first came out where...

The Month Google Shook the SERPs

Finalizing July with major changes on SEO we bring you this article Posted by Dr.Pete where he resumes all big major changes made on google on this last 30 days, on a month with huge shakes on google results pages our SEO and Web Designer team is still working on recover from local searches drops in Florida, many other sites still don't know what was hit by, now is the right time to be alert and promote your business with new techniques. As a group, we SEOs still tend to focus most of our attention on just one place – traditional, organic results. In the past two years, I've spent a lot of time studying these results and how they change over time. The more I experience the reality of ...

Using Modern SEO to Build Brand Authority

This July's Wednesday we bring you a post by kaiserthesage explaining what to do now days that search engines are getting smarter every day, now we have to consider online and offline advertising into our SEO campaign or don't we? It's obvious that the technology behind search engines' ability to determine and understand web entities is gradually leaning towards how real people will normally perceive things from a traditional marketing perspective. The emphasis on E-A-T (expertise, authoritativeness, trustworthiness) from Google's recently updated Quality Rating Guide shows that search engines are shifting towards brand-related metrics to identify sites/pages that deserve to be more...

How Does Bing Choose The Title For My Web Page?

Happy Tuesday Florida, for the ones looking for Microsoft Bing SEO tips, today in Telx Web "Web Design and SEO Services" we want to bring you a Bing Captions team's article by Duane Forrester explaining Bing titles, now days exploring Yahoo and Bing results with their Webmaster Tool could bring us great SEO results if we understand titles choosing. Sometimes, despite a webmaster's best efforts, Bing may choose to serve a title that is different to the title of a web site or document. Let's walk through the process to see how Bing selects a title and what you can do to help us select yours. You have probably designed your site to maximize your CTR, you have reviewed best practices and...

Unraveling Panda Patterns

Today on July, 29 2014 we want to show you a deep analysis into Panda the famous google algorithm by Billslawski hope you enjoy it. Want to avoid the analysis, go straight to our Miami SEO Services. To put things in perspective, I'm going to include some information about what appears to be the very first Panda patent, and some of Google's effort behind what they were calling the "high-quality site algorithm." I'm going to then include some of the patterns they describe in the patent to identify lower-quality pages, and then describe some of the features I personally would suggest to score and rank a higher-quality site of one type. Google's Amit Singhal identified a number of...

Bing Site Safety Page

By igorrondel Malware, and the possibility of infection, is an unfortunate reality facing internet users today. At Bing, we take our job of providing a safe searching experience to our customers very seriously and this anti-malware effort is one of the core elements of the Bing Index Quality charter. We've been in this game for many years and have developed comprehensive solutions that minimize user's risk of infection and maintain the integrity of our index. Inevitably, we get many questions from Webmasters and Bing users about our malware detections and warnings as well as how to clean up and re-evaluate sites. In this continuation of the Bing Index Quality blog series started on July...

Everything a Marketer Needs

Today on Telx Web we suggest you a post by Willcritchlow which explain what now days a marketer needs, making us clear online advertising resources (SEO, Press Release, Paid Search marketing, SMO) needs to be managed under a professional framework. Personal development: a personal responsibility I've written before about the difference between learning and training, and how I believe that individuals should take a high degree of ownership over their own development. In an area like this, where it's unlikely to be a core functional responsibility, it's even more likely that you will need to dedicate your own time and effort to building your capabilities. Start with financial basics I ...

How Do I Successfully Run SEO Tests On My Website?

Video Transcription for the well known SEO World Expert randfish explaining how to run a SEO Test by your own, but if you don't have time for it remember you can always hire a SEO expert at  Telx Web. Video transcription Howdy Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. Today we're going to talk about running some SEO tests. So it is the case that many of us in the SEO world, and in the web marketing world overall, love to run tests on our websites. Of course, there's great software, like Unbounce or Optimizely, if you want to run conversion-style tests, tests that kind of determine whether users perform better through conversion Funnel X or Funnel Y, or if Title X ...

Usability, Content and Calendars: 3 Areas To Understand And Focus On

Standing apart from google guidelines today we want you to meet Mr Duane Forrester Sr. Program Manager at Bing who will show us that web site design requires an usability and content study before even start. For every business online come an almost limitless number of areas to learn about, become proficient in and continually work on. Many people end up good in an area because repetition and the “school of hard knocks” teaches them a workable path. And while some areas are no brainers (knowing your product, for example), they still can present legitimate challenges to a business. Areas like Usability often get talked about, but are just as often overlooked, underfunded or skipped...

Importance of Post Comments

Blogging for the wrong reasons can be a loss of time and resources, today we offer you an interesting post from Dan Shure, interesting specially here in Miami Florida where people loves to share opinions that will certainly help you in your website design plan or blog considerations. The perception of success The following screenshot is from an actual blog post. Based upon what you see here, would you call it successful? I think it depends on perception. The optimist might see this: 590 LinkedIn Shares (This also might be what you put in reports to your boss) :) The Twitter and Facebook manager might see this: 70 Tweets and 21 Likes I see this: Zero...