SEO is better than ever

It’s well known that Google began a huge fight against spammers and low quality websites. A lot have been penalized or even banned. Everyone complains and everyone believes he’s been penalized for no reason. While I believe it’s true and some websites have really been wrongly penalized, we can’t expect a computer algorithm to be flawless. But the percent of mistakes it did is small and most of them deserved it. Most of us have faced penalties and I know that I lost some really valuable websites, but I realized […]

Think Usability

Lately I have been extremely busy improving my websites, because some of them were hit by Panda and I felt like they all lacked a proper usability. This is not an excuse to not post on this blog anymore, but fortunately I have a lot of great posts to write from my recent experiences. I keep visiting a lot of websites that provide very good content, but fail badly on the usability side which can be improved with some work. And I felt that my websites can be seriously improved […]

The Scary Panda Makes Webmasters do Google’s Job

It’s been already 3 months since Google began rolling out the Panda algorithm to filter content farms from the search results and they hit literally tens of thousands of unique content websites, while giving an advantage to scrapers and content aggregators. And this is exactly the opposite of what Google’s Panda should have done. It was supposed to filter all low quality and duplicate content from the search results. So either Google is doing it all wrong, aggregators provide higher quality content than the original sources or Google designed this algorithm especially […]

The Harsh Truth Behind Google’s Support Team and Their Ignorance

A week ago, on March 22nd more exactly I’ve had my Adsense account disabled without any notice. I didn’t receive any email from them and of course I tried to contact them without any luck. In the past week I spent a lot of time discussing with friends, with people on forums and with everyone I thought that could help me and I understood that it’s very hard to have a decent talk with an Adsense employee. There are people who have been waiting for a reply for more than […]

Sunday Must Read – Weekly Roundup 8, 2011

1. What Interviewing 31 Sales People Taught Me About “Sales” By Neil Patel. 2. 6 Things I Learned From Sifting Through 724 Blogger Emails By Shoemoney. 3. 5 Beginner Blogging Mistakes Must read if you’re a beginner. By Jonathan Volk. 4. 5 Ways To Network Your Way To Blogging Success Some networking tips by Steve Roy

Google’s new design

It seems like Google has changed its design again and I’m not sure if it’s available for everyone or they are just testing. Until now I didn’t see any article about this and it seems nobody has noticed. If you can’t see the new design just yet, then take a look at the screenshot below. Changes aren’t big and it looks really good, in my opinion. Please let me know what do you think about it P.S. For those who didn’t notice what’s changed, it’s the menu above. Now you […]

Sunday Must Read – Weekly Roundup 5, 2011

1. How To Make Money Buying YouTube Accounts An interesting post by Shoemoney. 2. Don’t Use Twitter Like a Wet Cracker Joshu Thomas on some Twitter guidelines. 3. Essential SEO & SEM Tips for 2011 – A Comprehensive Collection A must read post about SEO & SEM by Alek Jones. 4. The Way I Work: Gary Vaynerchuk Gary Vaynerchuck tells us how he works. 5. Recommendations for Blog Commenting as a Marketing Strategy Rand Fishkin writes about blog commenting and you should really read this.

What to do With a Killer Post: 7 Ways to Go Viral

Unfortunately writing a killer post doesn’t guarantee it will go viral, so you need to work after that, especially if you don’t have a large readership and many followers on your social media profiles. Though it can be done with at least a few hundred people who follow you and read your blog. You should first read my post 6 Sure-Fire Tricks That Will Make Your Posts Go Viral, where you can learn how to write the post. Afterwards read this post and learn how to promote it. After you made […]

Sunday Must Read – Weekly Roundup 4, 2011

Click here for the other roundups. 1. 7 Reasons Why Your Blog Isn’t Getting Any Readers Warner wrote a post that I really agree with. 2. Why Different Web Analytics Report Different Numbers? I know many people ask this. I get this questions at least once a week, so here’s a great explanation. 3. Case studies: The psychology of penetrating their mind I really don’t know what to say about this post. Ramit Sethi has some really mind-blowing posts. I recommend you to subscribe to his newsletter. 4. Quora’s Growth […]

Sunday Must Read – Weekly Roundup 3, 2011

1. Business isn’t fun! Neil Patel has a very good point about running a business. 2. Duplicate Content: Block, Redirect or Canonical Seomoz‘s take on duplicate content 3. How I Built a Successful Blog in 8 Months Oni lets us know how he become a successful blogger in just 8 months. 4. Link Building Mastery: Master The Art of Link Building Mark Collier wrote a great post on link building. 5. How to Turn $3,000 into $128,000 (Introducing M6 Method) Corbett Barr wrote about how he turned a $3,000 investment […]