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Now in our UPDATED ADVANCED SEO TRAINING we give more stress on removing bad links. Because the google update (named as humming bird) effect 80% on popular websites. Most of the websites disappear from top ten pages in Google search. If you want to recover your website position in top pages, first you should remove bad links, low quality links from your website.  Disavowing - It is to... more

  • Posted on 14th Dec 2013 07:19 PM

Advanced Seo course - 2014 / Latest google seo updates The google seo major update is Google Humming bird realeased on August 2 2013. After the Google Humming bird update  six updates are released, but in all updates some are unnamed and some are minor updates only. The two minor updates what we are count as seo update is Authourship shake-up and Page layout. If you are... more

  • Posted on 05th Dec 2013 06:16 PM

SEO for Biginners One who is new to business or one they don't have a overview on internet marketing ask several question about SEO. Actually what is that everyone expect from SEO? Do you want to use it (SEO) because you want to see your website on the top page of search engine (google) listings? Or would you like to know what people want and seek (i.e which key words people will use to... more

  • Posted on 16th Nov 2013 05:33 PM

Latest SEO updates: user's friendly Hummingbird... Whats new in SEO ... Hummingbird is an entirely new algorithm. According to Google they named it Hummingbird because this new algorithm is “precise and fast”. Here we discuss more about latest SEO updates - users friendly Hummingbird update. Penguin and Panda do not replace Hummingbird. Panda : Check your website content... more

  • Posted on 18th Oct 2013 05:55 PM

Is SEO necessary....? It’s no secret that SEO is not easy (and it’s not cheap). It takes a ton of effort to earn that top spot on a great majority of SERPs because there are so many others who also want that top spot For some companies, however, it’s not a mad dash to improve SEO for that first spot because that first spot isn’t hard to grasp. Government agencies,... more

  • Posted on 21st Aug 2013 11:08 AM