The no-follow tag has been in existence for over ten years now, and ever since the day it was introduced to now, people have actually been misusing it. Originally, nofollow was designed as a means of combating spam, and giving more credence to websites, allowing search engines to rank them based on their links to other sites and the quality of those links. From inception to now, however, the nofollow tag has not been used for its original purpose, rather it has been abused by content publishers because of the fear that a single link would cause their search rank to plummet.
Nearly 1 out of every 4 of the world's most dominant websites are housed on the WordPress platform. WordPress is a widely embraced content management system because of its magical simplicity. But don't make the mistake of assuming WordPress automatically considers SEO best practices for your website. SEO is not built in to WordPress itself. Since Google has banished any black-hat tactics, there are no loopholes to be found in optimizing a WordPress site. There are, however, a bevy of easy to install solutions.
Knowing that websites should be mobile-friendly is nothing new. With more people than ever accessing the Internet from smartphones and other mobile devices, brands that have wanted to be able to connect with the largest audience possible understood that a site should be mobile-friendly for the highest degree of success.
More than thousands of blogs are being created every day, but this is not possible for many bloggers to make their blog stand out from the rest. <br /><br /> Let me tell you the truth about, it is possible because people want to read good content, and with good content comes more ad revenue and with more readers you can earn a passive income. Well, maybe itâ€™s not that easy. <br /><br /> These tips should benefit your blog and make it more user-friendly, more easily accessible, and more content-enabled. <br /><br /> There are many types of blogs or purposes for blogs are available online and a certain number of tactics are applicable to just about all of them, so here is a short-list of tips for your blog to optimize and marketing a blog:
I've been blogging for some time now, but I still find myself trying to make time for blogging and reading blogs. Reading blogs is super important because that is how you are able to stay updated with the blogging community, as well as meet some awesome bloggers. I began reading blogs way before I actually got the nerve to start blogging, so it's a shame that now, most people are so engulfed in their own blogs, that they do not have the time to enjoy the blogs that got them into the social media scene in the first place.
Over the past few years blogging has witnessed an overwhelming increase in popularity. It is now used by businesses and individuals of all shapes and sizes as a way to generate traffic towards a website and boost brand awareness.
Popular blogging template and hosting service WordPress is often the target of unscrupulous hackers. WordPress security updates are made as new threats are detected. Patches to security and plugins keep WordPress safe and secure for bloggers who utilize the service. These updates and patches are offend found online at the WordPress support section. Checking these updates out allows users the chance to download what is relevant for their WordPress site.
You would be very hard-pressed to find a more secure platform than WordPress for web hosting. None the less, it always helps to have a little extra security and firewall protection on your site. I've produced a list of three of the hottest new WordPress security plugins ...
Grabbing your readers' attention within the first ten seconds is not easy to achieve - it takes so many elements to appeal to your reader with effective content marketing and keep them engaged over the course of time.
Google+, contrary to the beliefs of many, is still a force to be reckoned with in the social stratosphere. It's currently the third largest social platform in the world and sees over 540 million active monthly users. It's quite apparent that Google+ is a powerful player in the social media game.
This year, I've committed to writing at least 4 blog posts a week. Why? Who knows, but I'm doing it now... This can't be too hard, I thought, it'll be easy to find subject matter, as there's already a whole long list of things I've been meaning to blog about but not quite got round to and so..