Archive for "September, 2015"

  1. How to avoid Google Adsense Account from getting disabled & keep on running for years

    29 Sep 2015 ...  

    Are you worried about your Google Adsense account – How to keep your google account running always and avoid your adsense getting disabled : Following tips can help you:

    1. Focus on your content of webpage

    Always focus on your content of webpage, i mean to say that your content should be unique in the niche and should not copied or inspired from an other website or blog. Google guys are smart enough to catch your copied content and can lead to disbaling your adsense account.

    2. Read the policies of Google

    Read the policies of Google about the adsense, Google is very strict about it Adsense policies, you should take care of each and every policy seriously as Google keeps on reviewing the adsense users websites on regular basis and can disable an account if found the breach of any of Google Adsense Policy.

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  2. Features of semantic core selection

    29 Sep 2015 ...  

    When you are working with the search (whether it’s optimization or PPC advertising) it’s important to know how to evaluate queries and choose from them the ones which will best correspond to objectives and type of the promoted project. Search and selection of the correct key phrases is something like seeking the staff. If you find good employees, you’ll get quality work, if you find ones bad nothing good will come of it.

    Classification of search queries

    In order to understand how to pick queries first of all we need to find out what they are. Let’s start with a brief typology of direct searches. We will adhere to the one of the most common classifications, namely:

    • Informational;
    • Navigational;
    • Transactional;
    • Mixed;
    • General.

    Now a little more about each type.

    Informational queries

    They are a curiosity in the purest form. In fact all queries are an attempt to find some information. However in this sense informational queries surpass all others. People who ask them crave only encyclopedic knowledge. For example:

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  3. 6 ways to create selling text

    29 Sep 2015 ...  

    A good beginning is the key to success. This is a common axiom in many cases. It doesn’t require proofs or beliefs. If the entry of text has been composed expressionless, then nobody will want to read your article, and you could be confident that nobody will take advantage of your offer.

    Selling text without a good beginning is like a wheelbarrow without a wheel. Even when you made up a catchy headline, you just don’t know how to start article, don’t you? Lets deal with it together.

    1. Problems

    This method is often considered like a very simple, but exactly his simplicity makes it effective and popular. The most important principle of “problem beginning” is to describe the real problem, but not dreamed up.

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  4. Bing promotes browser Edge in the search results at the request of Chrome and Firefox

    09 Sep 2015 ...  

    English-speaking users noticed that Bing offers to install the browser Microsoft Edge in search results on request, including Chrome or Firefox.

    Microsoft's Edge Browser

    During a search at the request of [Chrome] Edge in the browser on the device running Windows 10 Bing offers users the following message:

    Microsoft Recommends on Windows 10 Edge

    It contains the phrase: «Microsoft recommends that Microsoft Edge for Windows 10″ and the button “to find out why.” Clicking on the button brings the user to the page that contains the generalized information and does not explain why you should install the Edge instead of Chrome.

    A similar message will be displayed and searches for [Firefox]:

    Microsoft Recommends on Windows 10 Edge

    Additional promotion Edge

    This type of promotion is not limited to searches in Microsoft Edge. While using the Chrome browser on a computer running Windows 10 search through Bing on request [Firefox] issued the following block:

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  5. Google is testing an endless scrolling to the search results page

    09 Sep 2015 ...  

    Industry experts have noticed that Google is experimenting with endless scrolling search results. The test version of the interface instead of displaying 10 results per page loads the new search engine results as you scroll down the page:

    Google scrolling

    The first test of said Kevin Gibbons (Kevin Gibbons) in Twitter. Similar experiments have been conducted in the Google web search version in 2011 year and Image Search in 2010 year.

    The only problem with the test version of the interface is that its implementation will lead to a reduction in the amount of advertising, because there is no pagination.

    In addition to Gibbons, a new experiment Google watched another user:

    Google search

  6. Google will rank sites with a cross-intrusive advertising application installation below

    02 Sep 2015 ...  

    Google announced that pages containing a cross-application advertising, hides “a significant part of the content” on page would be considered unfriendly to mobile devices. Accordingly, in the mobile issuance they will be ranked lower than mobile-friendly page. Innovation will come into force on November 1, 2015.

    “On November 1, the mobile pages that show interstitial ad install applications that hides a significant portion of the content at the transition from the search results will no longer be regarded as friendly to mobile devices.

    This change does not affect other types of interstitial ads. Alternatively, cross-page advertisement, browsers should provide more friendly to mobile devices ways to promote mobile applications “, – reported in the company’s official blog.

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  7. Online Search Is Not A Solved Problem

    01 Sep 2015 ...  

    One of the main problems with online searching, is that many users frame their searches in a way that provides a very limited amount of information to the search engine.

    This is evidenced by the fact that the average number of words per search is just 2.9, and that searches queries of 4 words and fewer account for more than 80% of all searches on the internet. Many people still do not understand how search engines work, and how to use advanced queries, meaning that searches tend to be both broad and general.

    A result of this, is that is can be quite difficult for both the search engines, and online businesses to determine the exact intent of online search engine users.

    That said, the prevalence of generic queries represents both challenges and opportunities for online businesses and marketers. Targeting general queries allows the online marketer to begin engaging with the users, building both trust and brand awareness well before the user is ready to commit money to a financial transaction.

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  8. Search Engine Crawling and Indexing

    01 Sep 2015 ...  

    You really cannot begin any SEO effort until you have at least a basic understanding of how search engines craw, index and rank the millions of websites on the internet. The big search engines operate in pretty much the same way, so the information contained in this article will apply equally to Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft’s Bing.

    WWW is an acronym for “World Wide Web”

    The easiest way to understand how search engines work, is to think of the internet as a web. A web not too dissimilar to a spider web. In this web, many documents are interconnected, both within a site, and also with other sites on the internet.

    A page on the internet might have internal links (links contained within a specific site) as well as external links (links to pages on other websites). These links need not just be to other HTML (web) pages. Links can be to images, to PDF and other documents, to MP3 music and podcasts, and even to online video.

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