Why Black Hat SEO Is Bad for You

Black Hat search engine optimization (SEO) is a collective term for unethical techniques that are implemented to achieve higher search rankings. Also known as spamming, Black Hat SEO breaks search engine rules and regulations. They ruin the integrity of search engine results, contributing to the users’ bad search experience. These methods unethically present web content in a way that aims to trick search engine spiders and search engine users into...

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How to Write Your Own Relevant Content

Successful online advertising campaigns rely heavily on relevant content. No matter how many websites are linked to you, your market won’t bother remembering you if you don’t matter to them. Although you can always edit your content, first impressions are difficult to change. The chances of someone visiting your site again after being disappointed are very slim, even if you have invested in a new look and better content. Relevance means being...

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Apple Releases iPhone v2.1

Apple has released iPhone v2.1 to address multiple vulnerabilities in Application Sandbox, CoreGraphics, mDNSResponder, Networking, Passcode Lock, and Webkit. These vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, conduct DNS cache poisoning attacks, spoof or hijack TCP sessions, bypass Passcode Lock, obtain sensitive information, or cause a denial-of-service condition. Iphone users are encouraged to review Apple document HT3129 and...

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LinkedIn.com. Linking You to the Benefits of SEO

As a business-oriented social networking service, LinkedIn.com allows individuals to create profiles that look a lot like résumés. What makes LinkedIn better is that it give its more than 24 million users the advantage of getting noticed a lot faster, getting credible online recommendations, and getting credible referrals for ventures, supplier requirements and job offers. LinkedIn is the next-generation calling card that can be accessed by more...

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Help Google Find Your Site

With the battlefield crammed with billions of websites all over the world, it is a challenge to rank high in search engine results. However, the battle can still be won. You can submit your site to Google so that Google will know that your site exists, without relying on other sites linking to yours. They can then index your site to make sure that it turns up in search engine results, even if it doesn’t rank among the first five. There are two...

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