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Google Premier Partner Award – We Made It to the Next Level!

“An award nomination is not the validation of excellence you have put in your work till date, but it is motivation to strive higher and aim bigger.” In April 2017, Google opened its windows to receive award applications from Google Premier Partners from all across the world in six different categories. SERP Consultancy had submitted [...]

Date: July 18, 2017 | Filed under Google | Comments Off

SEO after Google RankBrain

RankBrain introduces an element of Artificial Intelligence into Google’s SEO algorithm that tries to figure out the context of the content on any given site.  It is a step away from keyword density and is Google’s response to the challenge of trying tounderstand the content and its value as a whole,for search engine users. SEO [...]

Date: March 14, 2016 | Filed under Google | Comments Off

Top 10 Domain Level Factors Impacting Search Engine Rankings in 2015

Google considers over 200 ranking factors across its index to rank sites accordingly. From our investigation and research we have gathered here top domain level SEO ranking factors that help a website’s visibility in search engines. Check these out – 1.       Domain Extension / Country TLD Extension If you don’t want your site to rank [...]

Date: June 25, 2015 | Filed under Google | Comments Off

Top 3 Reasons Your Site Might be Affected by Penguin 3.0 and Upcoming Penguin Updates

If you’ve been doing SEO for a while, you’ve probably heard of Google’s Penguin algorithm that combats spammy and low-quality backlinks. 17tth October, 2014 was a highly significant date in SEO world as Google officially has released Penguin 3.0 update with the core aim to show more quality results.  Sites that somehow managed to bypass from the [...]

Date: December 4, 2014 | Filed under Google, Social Media Marketing | Comments Off

How to Analyze the Behaviors of Website Traffic through Google Analytics

Have you ever wondered how visitors interact with your website or some specific landing pages? Are the most important portions of your web pages or website are properly visible to the visitors? Are they clicking on your various offers or call to action buttons? Well, Google’s In-Page Analytics tool is the answer to all of [...]

Date: July 26, 2013 | Filed under Google, onpage SEO | Comments Off

The Impact of Google Dance – September, 2012

If you are in the SEO field for the last couple of years you should be able to remember that there was a well known term in the industry called “Google Dance”. The effect of the Google Dance encountered most in the year 2007 and 2008 and from late the 2009 onwards it was less [...]

Date: October 17, 2012 | Filed under Google, Internet Marketing | Comments Off

Google’s Top 10 Flop Products

Let me specify first that I really love Google and appreciate their continuous effort to make our daily life easier. But what Google touches not turns into gold always! Here are few of the flop products of Google which they have either retired or scheduled to shut down soon. 1. Web Accelerator: Back in the [...]

Date: November 29, 2011 | Filed under Google, Misc | 3 Comments »

Does Google recognise “nofollow” links?

First of all, in short the answer is “Yes, Google recognises nofollow links and can pass trust vote”!Now let me give a short introduction about nofollow links for those who are new to it. Nofollow is a link attribute used to instruct search engine crawlers to not follow that link. By default, search engines follow [...]

Date: September 16, 2011 | Filed under Google, Link Building | 2 Comments »

Google Geo Targeting – Things You Must Know

If the scope of your business is limited to one or more specific geographic areas then you would probably like to target some particular areas through the location targeting option available in Google AdWords.  But fail to understand this important feature available in AdWords you risk the success of your entire local advertising campaign. In [...]

Date: August 30, 2011 | Filed under Google, Pay Per Click Search Marketing | 2 Comments »

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