Problems are often viewed as negative when the opposite is true. Since we do not live in a perfect world, mistakes are made which can bring unforeseen problems to the surface. These problems help us realize where a mistake was made which is why problems are necessary and always insightful when solutions are found. From time to time common problems plague websites they can have a dramatic effect on how it displays along with website devaluations through reduced quality score. Here is a brief list a few more common problems website owners will have to likely have to deal with at some point. [Read more…]
I Have Many Web Sites; Why Am I Not Ranking?
This is an interesting question! First, let’s understand that Google algorithms do look at the Whois look up. Why would they do that? To find out who owns each domain on the Internet. Google is also a registrar so if you decide to invoke the privacy option for an extra $10.00 you may as well have gone to McDonald’s with your family for dinner…provided you were trying to hide your domain name ownership from the engines. The reason you are hiding your name from prying eyes is because you have many websites gaming the same market. Is that fair?
Alex Petrovic – Dejan SEO company
Link building team leader
At the beginning of the month, Google rolled out an update to its search algorithm called Fresh that affects 35% of the company’s search results. In comparison to Panda, another update that only affected 12% of results, the Fresh update is going to impact a substantial amount of users.
The point of the Fresh update was to provide searchers with more timely results, as the name implies. Google’s indexing system, referred to as “Caffeine,” makes this possible through its high-speed crawling of the Internet. Now when a person makes a search for something such as the President’s approval rating, the first results will automatically be ranked with preference given to sites that have recent content.