As the SEO is getting tougher day by day and building links is not that easy as it was before Penguin update, Majority of bloggers and internet marketers start searching something new methods to gain links. The most effective and long term model to build links event blogging days is PBN a.k.A Private Blog Network SEO. You might listen to this word for the first time if you are new to SEO but for the experienced guys, it would not be new for sure. Newbies don’t panic about PBN it is easy to build, but you need some precautions and patience while creating PBN with some investments on hosting and domains. Now we will tell you the exact definition of PBN What is Private Blog Network (PBN)? A private Blog network is the network of your websites or blogs based on expired domains that give links to each other and all the websites of your PBN point links to money site in such a way that Google could not identify that these are your websites and consider them as natural sites. In … [Read more...] about Advanced Guide to Private Blog Network (PBN) SEO
The Google Search Network gives advertisers the ability to gain additional AdWords traffic and conversions from users across the web, as Google delivers ads on partner websites in much the same way it does on Google.com. To target users searching on these partner sites, advertisers need only check a box in campaign settings to “include search partners.” However, AdWords advertisers have long pined for a bid modifier to adjust bids for Google’s search partners, as the value of this traffic is often very different from that of clicks that come from users searching on Google.com. At the very least, it would be helpful if Google would allow advertisers to exclude specific search partners (as Bing Ads does). While calls for additional functionality haven’t yielded results just yet, it hasn’t kept us from analyzing how these search partners are performing relative to Google.com. We’ve dissected the numbers to understand how performance looks for brand … [Read more...] about Google Search Partner Network: Friend Or Foe?
Google’s plan to socialize its various applications continues. GoogleOperating System hasspotted code in Gmail that may lead to aFacebook-style news feedof status updates from your Gmail contacts. More about this and Google’scontinued “stealth social network” moves below. Back in September, Googlelaunched a friendsupdate feature on Orkut. Activity Streams & Other Social Nuggets From Leaked Google Video covers thisplus how Google is working to create “activity streams” for all of its productsas a way to make them more social and akin to Facebook. In October, Google got behindOpenSocial, a wayfor various social platforms to share social data and let developers produceapplications for that data. However, so far OpenSocial doesn’t seem to have donemuch to socialize Google products. Instead, Google seems to be continuing alongthe lines of making (often mistaken) assumptions that people in your Gmailcontacts are also those you’d want to … [Read more...] about Google The Stealth Social Network?
When Google’s Matt Cutts first announced the search engine would be penalizing a large guest blogging network, many people in the SEO industry instantly thought that it could possibly be MyBlogGuest, run by Ann Smarty, brand manager of Internet Marketing Ninjas. At the time, Smarty was pretty confident that MyGuestBlog wouldn’t be hit, primarily because it wasn’t a “network” and it wasn’t selling links. Today we took action on a large guest blog network. A reminder about the spam risks of guest blogging: http://t.co/rc9O82fjfn — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) March 19, 2014 However, Cutts announced today via Twitter that Google has taken down a guest blogging network, and sure enough, MyBlogGuest was the one hit. It no longer ranks on Google for branded terms. Smarty confirmed the penalty on Twitter. [Official] Even though #myblogguest has been against paying for links (unlike other platforms), @mattcutts team decided to penalize us… — … [Read more...] about Google Penalizes MyBlogGuest, a Guest Blog Network
Networking is inevitable in any business. As marketing is a very huge and dynamic industry, there will always be collaborations, and partnerships between brands, and engagement with customers, thus the need for networking. An infographic from Virgin shows 85% of the respondents say they build stronger, more meaningful business relationships during in-person business meetings and conferences. As the name connotes, business networking is defined as a skill that is used to build new business contacts through connecting with other like-minded individuals. Why is Networking Important? Networking Opens Opportunities Venturing out of your comfort zone enables you to explore more opportunities. Partnership with other like-minded companies or individuals who share the same vision and business goals are good results of networking. Not only that, it will open doors for collaborations, sales leads, joint ventures, speaking gigs, or writing opportunities you would have access to. Networking Builds … [Read more...] about 11 Tips and Tools on Business Networking