Let me give you example of this. You have 6 Restaurants in your city and you have to check food quality in all Restaurants, You visit in 5 Restaurants and you find same taste and quality. But in last Restaurant you find some Unique taste, dishs, services etc batter then last 5 Restaurants then will you visit again in those 5 Restaurants . Personally I’ll not. … [Read more...] about 20 Most Important SEO Ranking Factors – Rank High in Search Engines
3) Backlinks with Keyword in Anchor Text The trend of using keyword in Anchor text is declining since the Google’s last algorithm update. According to SearchMetrics study, the percentage of people who are using keyword in anchor text was 29% in earlier years and now it has been declined to 26%. … [Read more...] about Why Link Building Still Important for Google SEO Ranking?
Tips For Integrating SEO Tools With Adobe It is very important to note that many people incorrectly assume that the default setting for their analytics tools is set to last-click attribution. Did you know that if you are using “Paid search detection” settings in Adobe (my former employer), also known as the “paid search equals natural segment” to segment out your natural search traffic, then, by default conversion is set to first-click. “paid search detection” plugin provided by Adobe is a powerful and popular tool, but it is important to be aware of the drawbacks of this tool from a marketing tools integration perspective. … [Read more...] about How To Integrate SEO Ranking Tools With Analytics Tools
All of the above. Rather than getting lost on if Facebook or Twitter is better, or has more SEO juice, we want you to understand that social activity is increasingly having an influence on search rankings. So you want a good social reputation in a variety of networks. You want to be shared on a variety of networks. Those are among the most important general social goals you can go after. … [Read more...] about The Periodic Table Of SEO Ranking Factors
By the way, we’ve even had a factor dealing with “http vs. https” within this year’s pool of features to be analyzed, but we have decided not to take it into the study. Even after updating the analysis there seems to be no relation between the search results and https evident (yet?). I have already written something about it here: HTTPS vs. HTTP – Analysis: Do secure sites really get higher rankings?. We will keep you updated. … [Read more...] about The 2014 Rank Correlation Analysis and SEO Ranking Factors for Google U.S. –