Archive for Search Engine Optimization

Few point for Mobile SEO for website owners

Now a day’s Mobile-Friendly Websites and Moblie SEO is the important factor or all website owners – So you must offer your website users a full mobile experience.

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, you can find an array of information to make a great website site for your mobile visitors.

Mobile SEO by SEO Agent India

Check your site is Mobile Friendly or not – If you down’t know your website is mobile friendly or not then Take the Google Mobile-Friendly Test and fix potential issues with your site.

Customize Your Website- There are lots of way to manage your website’s content. few site owners completely build their own website from scratch. Others may use an existing or opensource software by help of company or freelancer like WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla, open-cart, which can provide you a theme, design, and templates. When using existing website software, the site owner doesn’t need to build the whole site by coding, style sheets and scripts, but only provides the content (such as photos, images, and text and some change on website layout or designing).

How do I create a new site? 
If you are interested in creating a new website and would like to use an existing software package, take a look some of the opensource software packages like WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla, open-cart for good starting points. these software packages we are call “content management systems”, or by their acronym, CMS. Some companies may provide hosting services in addition to providing the software for your website.

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Google does use the keyword meta tags in web ranking or not?

What say Matt Cutt (Google Search Quality Team head) about keyword meta tags- At least for google’s web search resulst right now not use the keywords meta tag for web ranking of websites.

For example Suppose you have two website owners, Alice and Bob. Alice runs a company called AliceCo and Bob runs BobCo. One day while looking at Bob’s site, Alice notices that Bob has copied some of the words that she uses in her “keywords” meta tag. Even more interesting, Bob has added the words “AliceCo” to his “keywords” meta tag. Should Alice be concerned?

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

In above video Matt Cutt answer is, basically not at all and explain as following, So let’s talk about that in a little more detail because sometimes people file lawsuits, you know Alice has and Bob has, and maybe Bob takes Alice’s name and puts it in the keyword meta tags. And then Alice sees that, and she gets really angry and she, you know, talks to Bob and maybe sues Bob and all that sort of stuff.

Well, how much should Alice be worried about, you know, Bob using that one term “Alice” in the keyword meta tags?

The answer is we don’t use the keywords meta tag in our search ranking. ther search engines might, but Google doesn’t. Now, we do use some meta tags for the Google Search Appliance, so you can specify only return results if they match a meta tag and things like that. But for our main, core web search, whenever we look at the keywords meta tag, we say, you know what?

Too many people have spammed that too much. We really just don’t use this information at all. Now that’s not to say we don’t use any meta tags. For example, there’s one called “meta description.” And oftentimes if you have a good meta description tag, we will use that information or part of that information in our snippet.

So if we’re going to return and your meta description is something really useful, we might show that as the snippet in the search result. But if you’re looking at the keyword meta tags, we really don’t use that at all.

So don’t bother to get frustrated if someone else is using your name in the keyword meta tags.

It’s not really worth suing someone over because at least for Google, we don’t use that information in our ranking even the least little bit.

Google Image search is now easier- by Usage Rights

Google added feature in Image Search which is Usage rights, Google users now can search images with specific usage rates more easier than before, this new addition on Google image search will be extremely helpful for webmasters and other peoples, those are search for images which that they can use on their own websites.

Google Images search - Makes it Easier to Search by Usage Rights

Google Images search – Makes it Easier to Search by Usage Rights

To use this Google image search feature, simply click on “Search Tools” on the image search page, along with the usual Google search settings like size and date, you will find there is a new drop-down for usage rights. where default is “not filtered by license” but on search you can change it to one of the following –

  • Labeled for reuse
  • Labeled for commercial reuse
  • Labeled for reuse with modifications
  • Labeled for commercial reuse of modification

Few stock photography sites also offer a variety of photo rights like Flicker and also Bing also offer similar feature.

As there are many sites that republish images and allow for reuse, but in actual they are not original owner of the image. However, Google image search can help to find out original owner of an image and also determine what is the correct licensing on the photo is.

Why use googel image search for free image and why images required by bloggers and webmasters?

If you are the blogger or webmaster then you know very well, that’s thumb rule in the blogging world, every post must have a complementary image with it but it’s not easy to every webmaster or blogger to create an image himself or other sources, so most of webmaster and blogger Google for free images which they can use on their website or blogs, Google image search allow you to search free images for your website or blog post.

Using images are a great way to boost your blog post and images also can help to:

  • Create a good thumbnail or featured image for you post
  • Boost social media sharing with images
  • Make your blog more impressive
  • Add keyword-rich Alt tags  and file name to boost you SEO