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The movement to make the Internet more secure through HTTPS brings several useful advancements for webmasters. In addition to security improvements, HTTPS promises future technological advances and potential SEO benefits for marketers.

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HTTPS in search results is rising. Recent MozCast data from Dr. Pete shows nearly 20% of first page Google results are now HTTPS…Read More

Courtesy :- moz.com

Google’s official position on webmaster best practices really hasn’t changed much over the years. What has changed is the search engine’s ability to enforce these guidelines through improved algorithms. The implementation of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird has had a profound impact on the SEO landscape.

Google’s Matt Cutts has remarked that no one should be surprised when a website that hasn’t followed the guidelines is penalized. What Cutts overlooks or chooses to ignore is something that I have dubbed the “Google Paradox”. I suspect the Google paradox is the root cause for one black hat forum member expressing his desire to “punch Matt Cutts in the face” (per Cutts’ Pubcon 2013 keynote)….Click On to read more..

Courtesy From http://searchenginewatch.com

There’s a lot of talk lately of Google having finally killed SEO through their Panda and Penguin algorithms, which continue to ensnare more and more websites with every new update.

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So is SEO really (finally) dead?
When you look at some of the Google organic traffic losses that companies have faced since the very first Panda algo (aka Google Farmer) hit in February 2011, you might certainly think so.
Analytics data showing losses of over 50% of Google organic traffic is not uncommon for afflicted websites:...Click on for more

Courtesy from http://www.highrankings.com/

 

Why SEO?

Search engine optimization (SEO) is important for any publically facing web-site.  A large percentage of traffic to sites now comes from search engines, and improving the search relevancy of your site will lead to more user traffic to your site from search engine queries (which can directly or indirectly increase the revenue you make through your site).

ASP.NET 4 SEO Improvements

ASP.NET 4 includes a bunch of new runtime features that can help you to further optimize your site for SEO.  Some of these new features include:

  • New Page.MetaKeywords and Page.MetaDescription properties
  • New URL Routing support for ASP.NET Web Forms
  • New Response.RedirectPermanent() method

Click on to read more……..

You may have heard talk of HTML meta tags on the Web, most likely in connection with search engines. This is because one of the common uses of meta tags is to give search engines additional information about your web page when they index it. In fact there are over 200 different types of “meta-information” that you can place in your Web page with the aid of the HTML meta tag.

What does a meta tag look like?

Meta tags go inside the <head></head> element of your Web page, and take the following format:


Either:      <meta name="name" content="content">	

Or:          <meta http-equiv="name" content="content">

So, which should you use? Well, it depends on what type of meta tag you’re using. The reason is a little boring, but basically http-equiv is designed for meta tags that emulate the equivalent HTTP header (e.g. "refresh" and "pragma"), whereas name is for all the rest (e.g. "author" and "description")….Click on to Read More..

Last year social computing vendor Mzinga (news, site) picked up a total of US 10 million in investment funding to take its social software solution to greater enterprise levels. Today we see just what it spent some of that money on as the company releases the latest version of its flagship solution: OmniSocial.

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Mzinga's OmniSocial solution

Taking Its Place Among Social Software The numbers are impressive: 300+ clients across 160 countries (localized in 20 languages) consisting of 40 million users in 15,000 communities. Mzinga is all about building programs and initiatives that drive real business value. And the client list is nothing to shirk, although we’ve seen some of the names among the client lists of other social software vendors…Click On For More…..


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