Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Updated SEO Services After Google Penguin Update

After Google Penguin updates we have made minor changes to the SEO services we offer to improve and adapt to the changing google SEO guidelines.

In order to comply with the algorithm update we have limited our bookmarking services to a maximum of 100 bookmarks per URL. This is done to ensure that the bookmarks are done only to sites with high page ranks.However, you can repeat the bookmarks using different inner page urls. We would also be keeping a track of the urls used so that there are no duplicates

We have fine tuned our article services as we have increased the duration for the submission process by 3 days to ensure that the new over-optimization penalty doesn't hit the campaign.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Press Release Services Update

Post Google penguin updates, we have introduced a new Mass Media press release distribution service with the promotion being much more organic and very natural. To enhance the visibility of the press release in the search results. live press releases from top 10 Press Release directories will be manually bookmarked to 35 exclusive social news sites.

We also provide a detailed report which contains exclusive live press release links from various news distribution points ans screenshot reports of each submission with the news content filled in. To know more about this package click here.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Important SEO Strategy Update Post Google Penguin Update

As per the current google algorithms update, we have changed our linking strategy used with our press release services. We strongly recommend only one "URL link" per press release and the anchor texts used would be natural such as “visit website”, “more information”, “read more” as applicable. 

This is because after the penguin update, using “exact match” keywords as the anchor text would qualify for the over-optimization penalty. So, the above changes have been made with our strategies.

If we are not using the keywords as the anchor text, how is my website going to rank?
This would be the big question arising in your mind now. According to the current Google algorithm, the anchor text should be natural and should make sense to the reader alone (not to the search engine bots).

The bots on the other hand would sense the information from the content on board your website along with the meta title and description and would decide which keyword to rank the page for. So, as long as you are building links back using the natural anchor tags, the page would rank high based on the onsite information.