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Our Theme for Chrome Browser on the Webstore


This is a Chrome browser theme that is compatible with screen resolutions up to 1920 x 1080.



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Google Webmaster Tools Disavow Feature 5

Google Webmaster Tools Disavow Feature

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Disavow “Spammy Links” with Google’s Disavow Links Tool


When webmasters attempt to drive traffic to their website by means of spammy back links, it can hurt your ranking on Google Search. Here, Matt Cutts explains how to have the almighty Google ignore those SPAMMY back links. In turn, Google will not hold these page rank-degrading back links against your website. When I say messy or bad back links, I’m referring to links to your site from either porn sites or other notoriously SPAMMY sources. Mass blog commenting and/or article marketing/spinning are a couple of ways to get a messy back link profile. Please keep in mind, unless you or your company practiced improper or poor internet marketing strategies and have caused you to have a negative back link profile that is hurting your page rank, in most cases, it isn’t necessary. Improper use of the Disavow Link Tool can hurt your site’s current rank with Google. I  recommend that only advanced users that are knowledgeable on this topic use this tool. Most of the time, it’s not even necessary. Simply cleaning up the bad links will help improve your site’s ranking with most search engines. The Google Webmaster Tools Disavow feature is a last resort for webmasters that have really poor back link issues that are directly hurting their site’s rank.

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Disavow Links with Google Webmaster Tools | Video by Matt Cutts

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The Fundamentals of Online Marketing

The Fundamentals of Online Marketing



Successful online marketing strategies always start when the user’s best interest is put first.

By Jeff George

Let’s take it easy this week with a quick review of what’s important to focus on, and why it’s important to stay focused on impressing your customer. We’ll start out with a quick review of top things to invest time in and wrap up with some broader thinking around understanding, and catering to your customer.


1. The basics of SEO need covering

– well written headings, depth of content, relevant linking to related content/topics, images, etc. But these days, most of this is so well-known, and so easily adjusted, it just shouldn’t take much time to account for. For some it’ll be more work, and for others less, but the fact remains that this work needs doing, and will return results on a somewhat limited basis on its own.


Incorporating human ranking in the Hummingbird update was vital to Google’s advancement in the search engine tech arena and was just one of the many great strides they have taken to keep their position as the leading search company. Most Black Hat SEO techniques are dead. Stuff that once worked great is now ineffective at best and downright dangerous at worst.

The definition of “White Hat” SEO is solid, user-useful content that addresses the needs of your users with properly written meta descriptions, titles and tags. Plain and simple, that’s on-page SEO these days. There’s a lot more involved when taking a site from 0 to 100, but essentially, it’s an optimization and reoptimization process that never truly ends. So, be sure to stay on it.


2.  Social Media –

You can’t escape this – you’ve got to have a voice these days. More followers than following on Twitter, solid engagement on Facebook helps, etc. There are no hard and fast rules with social – it’s about engaging in conversations with people, and by doing so, you position your business as a go-to resource, which then they tell friends about, they build links to, and the engines take notice off all that activity.


3. Content


The #1 place to invest time/money/effort is in creating content people want. People don’t wake up on Saturday AM and say “I think I’ll go type words into a search engine and see what happens”. No, they say, “I just bought a new car, where should I road trip?”, or “I need a new dishwasher, which is the best value and most efficient?” Build content that solves a searcher’s needs. Start with keyword research to understand what phrases people search on most, check your own analytics to understand what pages on your site they consume the most and get cracking on fill in the blanks.



4.  Usability

If I am choosing where to invest budget (time/money) – SEO, PPC, paid social, it’d be right here. Do usability studies, learn what works and doesn’t work on the site, then fix the problems and run with the winners. This is by far the best investment of time and money for most websites today.


The old saying “more than the sum of its parts” has never been more applicable than in the world of online businesses. SEO helps, content helps, social media helps, links help, images help, videos help, paid ads help and so on. But individually, as so many businesses approach things, the results can often be limited.


Put Yourself in Your Customer’s Shoes

Every time you sit down and think “I have N and want people to X.” you’ve already lost the game. When you start thinking “People clearly want N, and I can deliver X…wait, I need to deliver N.” you’re on the right path. Think from your customer’s POV and you’ll move in the right direction. Your customers want what THEY want, and if you happen to have that, it’s a match. If you try to make them take what you have, they’ll look elsewhere.