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Thursday, 12 May 2016

Limitation of Facebook

Here are 5 important and necessary  limitation of Facebook

You can not post - Nudity or other sexually suggestive content
You can not post- Hate speech, credible threats or direct attacks on an individual or group
You can not post- Content that contains self-harm or excessive violence
You can not post - Fake or impostor profiles
You can not post - Spam Content.

Technical Limitation of Facebook- 
You can not likes more then 500 pages by one socail account.

5000 User Limit in Facebbok Group- You can not invite the people to join in a group more than 5000 People.

Another fundamental restriction would be that you can only assign administrator rights to collaborators on your page.

Anyone with administrator rights can delete the page, which means that you must 100% trust someone before giving them the keys
which is so completely at odds with common sense that it boggles the mind Facebook has set it up like this.

Google’s 200 Ranking Factors: The Complete List

You probably already know that Google uses about 200 ranking factors in their algorithm…
But what the heck are they?
Well today you’re in for a treat because I’ve put together a complete list.
Some are proven.
Some are controversial.
Others are SEO nerd speculation.
But they’re all here.

Domain Factors
1. Domain Age: “The difference between a domain that’s six months old versus one year old is really not that big at all.”..

In other words, they do use domain age…but it’s not very important.

2. Keyword Appears in Top Level Domain: Doesn’t give the boost that it used to, but having your keyword in the domain still acts as a relevancy signal. After all, they still bold keywords that appear in a domain name.

3. Keyword As First Word in Domain: A domain that starts with their target keyword has an edge over sites that either don’t have the keyword in their domain or have the keyword in the middle or end of their domain.

4. Domain registration length: A Google patent states:

    “Valuable (legitimate) domains are often paid for several years in advance, while doorway (illegitimate) domains rarely are used for more than a year. Therefore, the date when a domain expires in the future can be used as a factor in predicting the legitimacy of a domain”.
5. Keyword in Subdomain Name: Moz’s 2011 panel agreed that a keyword appearing in the subdomain can boost rankings:

6. Domain History: A site with volatile ownership (via whois) or several drops may tell Google to “reset” the site’s history, negating links pointing to the domain.
7. Exact Match Domain: EMDs may still give you an edge…if it’s a quality site. But if the EMD happens to be a low-quality site, it’s vulnerable to the EMD update:
8. Public vs. Private WhoIs: Private WhoIs information may be a sign of “something to hide”. Matt Cutts is quoted as stating at Pubcon 2006:

    “…When I checked the whois on them, they all had “whois privacy protection service” on them. That’s relatively unusual.  …Having whois privacy turned on isn’t automatically bad, but once you get several of these factors all together, you’re often talking about a very different type of webmaster than the fellow who just has a single site or so.”

9. Penalized WhoIs Owner: If Google identifies a particular person as a spammer it makes sense that they would scrutinize other sites owned by that person.
10. Country TLD extension: Having a Country Code Top Level Domain (.cn, .pt, .ca) helps the site rank for that particular country…but limits the site’s ability to rank globally.
Page-Level Factors
11. Keyword in Title Tag: The title tag is a webpage’s second most important piece of content (besides the content of the page) and therefore sends a strong on-page SEO signal.
12. Title Tag Starts with Keyword: According to Moz data, title tags that starts with a keyword tend to perform better than title tags with the keyword towards the end of the tag:
13. Keyword in Description Tag: Another relevancy signal. Not especially important now, but still makes a difference.
14. Keyword Appears in H1 Tag: H1 tags are a “second title tag” that sends another relevancy signal to Google, according to results from this correlation study:
15. Keyword is Most Frequently Used Phrase in Document: Having a keyword appear more than any other likely acts as a relevancy signal.
16. Content Length:  Content with more words can cover a wider breadth and are likely preferred to shorter superficial articles. SERPIQ found that content length correlated with SERP position:
17. Keyword Density: Although not as important as it once was, keyword density is still something Google uses to determine the topic of a webpage. But going overboard can hurt you.
18. Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords in Content (LSI): LSI keywords help search engines extract meaning from words with more than one meaning (Apple the computer company vs. the fruit). The presence/absence of LSI probably also acts as a content quality signal.
19. LSI Keywords in Title and Description Tags: As with webpage content, LSI keywords in page meta tags probably help Google discern between synonyms. May also act as a relevancy signal.
20. Page Loading Speed via HTML: Both Google and Bing use page loading speed as a ranking factor. Search engine spiders can estimate your site speed fairly accurately based on a page’s code and filesize.
21. Duplicate Content: Identical content on the same site (even slightly modified) can negatively influence a site’s search engine visibility.
22. Rel=Canonical: When used properly, use of this tag may prevent Google from considering pages duplicate content.
23. Page Loading Speed via Chrome: Google may also use Chrome user data to get a better handle on a page’s loading time as this takes into account server speed, CDN usage and other non HTML-related site speed signals.
24. Image Optimization: Images on-page send search engines important relevancy signals through their file name, alt text, title, description and caption.
25. Recency of Content Updates: Google Caffeine update favors recently updated content, especially for time-sensitive searches. Highlighting this factor’s importance, Google shows the date of a page’s last update for certain pages:
26. Magnitude of Content Updates: The significance of edits and changes is also a freshness factor. Adding or removing entire sections is a more significant update than switching around the order of a few words.
27. Historical Updates Page Updates: How often has the page been updated over time? Daily, weekly, every 5-years? Frequency of page updates also play a role in freshness.
28. Keyword Prominence: Having a keyword appear in the first 100-words of a page’s content appears to be a significant relevancy signal.
29. Keyword in H2, H3 Tags: Having your keyword appear as a subheading in H2 or H3 format may be another weak relevancy signal. Moz’s panel agrees:
30. Keyword Word Order: An exact match of a searcher’s keyword in a page’s content will generally rank better than the same keyword phrase in a different order. For example: consider a search for: “cat shaving techniques”. A page optimized for the phrase “cat shaving techniques” will rank better than a page optimized for “techniques for shaving a cat”. This is a good illustration of why keyword research is really, really important.
31. Outbound Link Quality: Many SEOs think that linking out to authority sites helps send trust signals to Google.
32. Outbound Link Theme: According to Moz, search engines may use the content of the pages you link to as a relevancy signal. For example, if you have a page about cars that links to movie-related pages, this may tell Google that your page is about the movie Cars, not the automobile.
33. Grammar and Spelling: Proper grammar and spelling  is a quality signal, although Cutts gave mixed messages in 2011 on whether or not this was important.
34. Syndicated Content: Is the content on the page original? If it’s scraped or copied from an indexed page it won’t rank as well as the original or end up in their Supplemental Index.
35. Helpful Supplementary Content: According to a now-public Google Rater Guidelines Document, helpful supplementary content is an indicator of a page’s quality (and therefore, Google ranking). Examples include currency converters, loan interest calculators and interactive recipes.
36. Number of Outbound Links: Too many dofollow OBLs may “leak” PageRank, which can hurt that page’s rankings.
37. Multimedia: Images, videos and other multimedia elements may act as a content quality signal.
38. Number of Internal Links Pointing to Page: The number of internal links to a page indicates its importance relative to other pages on the site.
39. Quality of Internal Links Pointing to Page: Internal links from authoritative pages on domain have a stronger effect than pages with no or low PR.
40. Broken Links: Having too many broken links on a page may be a sign of a neglected or abandoned site. The Google Rater Guidelines Document uses broken links as one was to assess a homepage’s quality.
41. Reading Level: There’s no doubt that Google estimates the reading level of webpages. In fact, Google used to give you reading level stats:
But what they do with that information is up for debate. Some say that a basic reading level will help you rank better because it will appeal to the masses. But others associate a basic reading level with content mills like Ezine Articles.
42. Affiliate Links: Affiliate links themselves probably won’t hurt your rankings. But if you have too many, Google’s algorithm may pay closer attention to other quality signals to make sure you’re not a “thin affiliate site”.
43. HTML errors/W3C validation: Lots of HTML errors or sloppy coding may be a sign of a poor quality site. While controversial, many in SEO think that WC3 validation is a weak quality signal.
44. Page Host’s Domain Authority: All things being equal, a page on an authoritative domain will rank higher than a page on a domain with less authority.
45. Page’s PageRank: Not perfectly correlated. But in general higher PR pages tend to rank better than low PR pages.
46. URL Length: Search Engine Journal notes that excessively long URLs may hurt search visibility.
47. URL Path: A page closer to the homepage may get a slight authority boost.
48. Human Editors: Although never confirmed, Google has filed a patent for a system that allows human editors to influence the SERPs.
49. Page Category: The category the page appears on is a relevancy signal. A page that’s part of a closely related category should get a relevancy boost compared to a page that’s filed under an unrelated or less related category.
50. WordPress Tags: Tags are WordPress-specific relevancy signal.  According to
“The only way it improves your SEO is by relating one piece of content to another, and more specifically a group of posts to each other”
51. Keyword in URL: Another important relevancy signal.
52. URL String:  The categories in the URL string are read by Google and may provide a thematic signal to what a page is about:
53. References and Sources: Citing references and sources, like research papers do, may be a sign of quality. The Google Quality Guidelines states that reviewers should keep an eye out for sources when looking at certain pages: “This is a topic where expertise and/or authoritative sources are important…”. However, Google has denied that they use external links as a ranking signal.
54. Bullets and Numbered Lists: Bullets and numbered lists help break up your content for readers, making them more user friendly. Google likely agrees and may prefer content with bullets and numbers.
55. Priority of Page in Sitemap: The priority a page is given via the sitemap.xml file may influence ranking.
56. Too Many Outbound Links: Straight from the aforementioned Quality rater document:
“Some pages have way, way too many links, obscuring the page and distracting from the Main Content”
57. Quantity of Other Keywords Page Ranks For: If the page ranks for several other keywords it may give Google an internal sign of quality.
58. Page Age: Although Google prefers fresh content, an older page that’s regularly updated may outperform a newer page.
59. User Friendly Layout: Citing the Google Quality Guidelines Document yet again:

“The page layout on highest quality pages makes the Main Content immediately visible”

60. Parked Domains: A Google update in December of 2011 decreased search visibility of parked domains.
61. Useful Content:  As pointed out by Backlinko reader Jared Carrizales, Google may distinguish between “quality” and “useful” content.

Site-Level Factors
62. Content Provides Value and Unique Insights: Google has stated that they’re on the hunt for sites that don’t bring anything new or useful to the table, especially thin affiliate sites.
63. Contact Us Page: The aforementioned Google Quality Document states that they prefer sites with an “appropriate amount of contact information”. Supposed bonus if your contact information matches your whois info.
64. Domain Trust/TrustRank: Site trust — measured by how many links away your site is from highly-trusted seed sites — is a massively important ranking factor. You can read more about TrustRank here.
65. Site Architecture: A well put-together site architecture (especially a silo structure) helps Google thematically organize your content.
66. Site Updates: How often a site is updated — and especially when new content is added to the site — is a site-wide freshness factor.
67. Number of Pages: The number of pages a site has is a weak sign of authority. At the very least a large site helps distinguish it from thin affiliate sites.
68. Presence of Sitemap: A sitemap helps search engines index your pages easier and more thoroughly, improving visibility.
69. Site Uptime: Lots of downtime from site maintenance or server issues may hurt your ranking (and can even result in deindexing if not corrected).
70. Server Location: Server location may influence where your site ranks in different geographical regions. Especially important for geo-specific searches.
71. SSL Certificate:  Google has confirmed that they index SSL certificates and that they use HTTPS as a ranking signal.
72. Terms of Service and Privacy Pages: These two pages help tell Google that a site is a trustworthy member of the internet.
73. Duplicate Meta Information On-Site: Duplicate meta information across your site may bring down all of your page’s visibility.
74. Breadcrumb Navigation: This is a style of user-friendly site-architecture that helps users (and search engines) know where they are on a site:
Both and Ethical SEO Consulting claim that this set-up may be a ranking factor.
75. Mobile Optimized: Google’s official stance on mobile is to create a responsive site. It’s likely that responsive sites get an edge in searches from a mobile device. In fact, they now add “Mobile friendly” tags to sites that display well on mobile devices. Google also started penalizing sites in Mobile search that aren’t mobile friendly
76. YouTube: There’s no doubt that YouTube videos are given preferential treatment in the SERPs (probably because Google owns it ):
77. Site Usability: A site that’s difficult to use or to navigate can hurt ranking by reducing time on site, pages viewed and bounce rate. This may be an independent algorithmic factor gleaned from massive amounts of user data.
78. Use of Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools: Some think that having these two programs installed on your site can improve your page’s indexing. They may also directly influence rank by giving Google more data to work with (ie. more accurate bounce rate, whether or not you get referral traffic from your backlinks etc.).
79. User reviews/Site reputation: A site’s on review sites like and likely play an important role in the algorithm. Google even posted a rarely candid outline of their approach to user reviews after an eyeglass site was caught ripping off customers in an effort to get backlinks.
Backlink Factors
80. Linking Domain Age: Backlinks from aged domains may be more powerful than new domains.
81. # of Linking Root Domains: The number of referring domains is one of the most important ranking factors in Google’s algorithm, as you can see from this chart from Moz (bottom axis is SERP position):
82. # of Links from Separate C-Class IPs: Links from separate class-c IP addresses suggest a wider breadth of sites linking to you.
83. # of Linking Pages: The total number of linking pages — even if some are on the same domain — is a ranking factor.
84. Alt Tag (for Image Links): Alt text is an image’s version of anchor text.
85. Links from .edu or .gov Domains: Matt Cutts has stated that TLD doesn’t factor into a site’s importance. However, that doesn’t stop SEOs from thinking that there’s a special place in the algo for .gov and .edu TLDs.
86. Authority of Linking Page: The authority (PageRank) of the referring page is an extremely important ranking factor.
87. Authority of Linking Domain: The referring domain’s authority may play an independent role in a link’s importance (ie. a PR2 page link from a site with a homepage PR3  may be worth less than a PR2 page link from PR8
88. Links From Competitors: Links from other pages ranking in the same SERP may be more valuable for a page’s rank for that particular keyword.
89. Social Shares of Referring Page: The amount of page-level social shares may influence the link’s value.
90. Links from Bad Neighborhoods: Links from “bad neighborhoods” may hurt your site.
91. Guest Posts: Although guest posting can be part of a white hat SEO campaign, links coming from guest posts — especially in an author bio area — may not be as valuable as a contextual link on the same page.
92. Links to Homepage Domain that Page Sits On: Links to a referring page’s homepage may play special importance in evaluating a site’s — and therefore a link’s — weight.
93. Nofollow Links: One of the most controversial topics in SEO. Google’s official word on the matter is:

“In general, we don’t follow them.”

Which suggests that they do…at least in certain cases. Having a certain % of nofollow links may also indicate a natural vs. unnatural link profile.
94. Diversity of Link Types: Having an unnaturally large percentage of your links come from a single source (ie. forum profiles, blog comments) may be a sign of webspam. On the other hand, links from diverse sources is a sign of a natural link profile.
95. “Sponsored Links” Or Other Words Around Link: Words like “sponsors”, “link partners” and “sponsored links” may decrease a link’s value.
96. Contextual Links: Links embedded inside a page’s content are considered more powerful than links on an empty page or found elsewhere on the page.
A good example of contextual links are backlinks from guestographics.
97. Excessive 301 Redirects to Page: Links coming from 301 redirects dilute some (or even all) PR, according to a Webmaster Help Video.
98. Backlink Anchor Text: As noted in this description of Google’s original algorithm:

“First, anchors often provide more accurate descriptions of web pages than the pages themselves.”

Obviously, anchor text is less important than before (and likely a webspam signal). But it still sends a strong relevancy signal in small doses.
99. Internal Link Anchor Text: Internal link anchor text is another relevancy signal, although probably weighed differently than backlink anchor text.
100. Link Title Attribution: The link title (the text that appears when you hover over a link) is also used as a weak relevancy signals.
101. Country TLD of Referring Domain: Getting links from country-specific top level domain extensions (.de, .cn, may help you rank better in that country.
102. Link Location In Content: Links in the beginning of a piece of content carry slightly more weight than links placed at the end of the content.
103. Link Location on Page: Where a link appears on a page is important. Generally, links embedded in a page’s content are more powerful than links in the footer or sidebar area.
104. Linking Domain Relevancy: A link from site in a similar niche is significantly more powerful than a link from a completely unrelated site. That’s why any effective SEO strategy today focuses on obtaining relevant links.
105. Page Level Relevancy:  The Hilltop Algorithm states that link from a page that’s closely tied to page’s content is more powerful than a link from an unrelated page.
106. Text Around Link Sentiment: Google has probably figured out whether or not a link to your site is a recommendation or part of a negative review. Links with positive sentiments around them likely carry more weight.
107. Keyword in Title: Google gives extra love to links on pages that contain your page’s keyword in the title (“Experts linking to experts”.)
108. Positive Link Velocity: A site with positive link velocity usually gets a SERP boost.
109. Negative Link Velocity: Negative link velocity can significantly reduce rankings as it’s a signal of decreasing popularity.
110. Links from “Hub” Pages: Aaron Wall claims that getting links from pages that are considered top resources (or hubs) on a certain topic are given special treatment.
111. Link from Authority Sites: A link from a site considered an “authority site” likely pass more juice than a link from a small, microniche site.
112. Linked to as Wikipedia Source: Although the links are nofollow, many think that getting a link from Wikipedia gives you a little added trust and authority in the eyes of search engines.
113. Co-Occurrences: The words that tend to appear around your backlinks helps tell Google what that page is about.
114. Backlink Age: According to a Google patent, older links have more ranking power than newly minted backlinks.
115. Links from Real Sites vs. Splogs: Due to the proliferation of blog networks, Google probably gives more weight to links coming from “real sites” than from fake blogs. They likely use brand and user-interaction signals to distinguish between the two.
116. Natural Link Profile: A site with a “natural” link profile is going to rank highly and be more durable to updates.
117. Reciprocal Links: Google’s Link Schemes page lists “Excessive link exchanging” as a link scheme to avoid.
118. User Generated Content Links: Google is able to identify links generated from UGC vs. the actual site owner. For example, they know that a link from the official blog at is very different than a link from
119. Links from 301: Links from 301 redirects may lose a little bit of juice compared to a direct link. However, Matt Cutts says that a 301 is similar to a direct link.
120. Microformats: Pages that support microformats may rank above pages without it. This may be a direct boost or the fact that pages with microformatting have a higher SERP CTR:
121. DMOZ Listed: Many believe that Google gives DMOZ listed sites a little extra trust.
122. TrustRank of Linking Site: The trustworthiness of the site linking to you determines how much “TrustRank” gets passed onto you.
123. Number of Outbound Links on Page: PageRank is finite. A link on a page with hundreds of OBLs passes less PR than a page with only a few OBLs.
124. Forum Profile Links: Because of industrial-level spamming, Google may significantly devalue links from forum profiles.
125. Word Count of Linking Content: A link from a 1000-word post is more valuable than a link inside of  a 25-word snippet.
126. Quality of Linking Content: Links from poorly written or spun content don’t pass as much value as links from well-written, multimedia-enhanced content.
127. Sitewide Links: Matt Cutts has confirmed that sitewide links are “compressed” to count as a single link.
User Interaction
128. Organic Click Through Rate for a Keyword: Pages that get clicked more in CTR may get a SERP boost for that particular keyword.
129. Organic CTR for All Keywords: A page’s (or site’s) organic CTR for all keywords is ranks for may be a human-based, user interaction signal.
130. Bounce Rate: Not everyone in SEO agrees bounce rate matters, but it may be a way of Google to use their users as quality testers (pages where people quickly bounce is probably not very good).
131. Direct Traffic: It’s confirmed that Google uses data from Google Chrome to determine whether or not people visit a site (and how often). Sites with lots of direct traffic are likely higher quality than sites that get very little direct traffic.
132. Repeat Traffic: They may also look at whether or not users go back to a page or site after visiting. Sites with repeat visitors may get a Google ranking boost.
133. Blocked Sites: Google has discontinued this feature in Chrome. However, Panda used this feature as a quality signal.
134. Chrome Bookmarks: We know that Google collects Chrome browser usage data. Pages that get bookmarked in Chrome might get a boost.
135. Google Toolbar Data: Search Engine Watch’s Danny Goodwin reports that Google uses toolbar data as a ranking signal. However, besides page loading speed and malware, it’s not known what kind of data they glean from the toolbar.
136. Number of Comments: Pages with lots of comments may be a signal of user-interaction and quality.
137. Dwell Time: Google pays very close attention to “dwell time”: how long people spend on your page when coming from a Google search. This is also sometimes referred to as “long clicks vs short clicks”. If people spend a lot of time on your site, that may be used as a quality signal.
Special Algorithm Rules
138. Query Deserves Freshness: Google gives newer pages a boost for certain searches.
139. Query Deserves Diversity: Google may add diversity to a SERP for ambiguous keywords, such as “Ted”, “WWF” or “ruby”.
140. User Browsing History: Sites that you frequently visit while signed into Google get a SERP bump for your searches.
141. User Search History: Search chain influence search results for later searches. For example, if you search for “reviews” then search for “toasters”, Google is more likely to show toaster review sites higher in the SERPs.
142. Geo Targeting: Google gives preference to sites with a local server IP and country-specific domain name extension.
143. Safe Search: Search results with curse words or adult content won’t appear for people with Safe Search turned on.
144. Google+ Circles: Google shows higher results for authors and sites that you’ve added to your Google Plus Circles
145. DMCA Complaints: Google “downranks” pages with DMCA complaints.
146. Domain Diversity: The so-called “Bigfoot Update” supposedly added more domains to each SERP page.
147. Transactional Searches: Google sometimes displays different results for shopping-related keywords, like flight searches.
148. Local Searches: Google often places Google+ Local results above the “normal” organic SERPs.
149. Google News Box: Certain keywords trigger a Google News box:
150. Big Brand Preference: After the Vince Update, Google began giving big brands a boost for certain short-tail searches.
151. Shopping Results: Google sometimes displays Google Shopping results in organic SERPs:
152. Image Results: Google elbows our organic listings for image results for searches commonly used on Google Image Search.
153. Easter Egg Results: Google has a dozen or so Easter Egg results. For example, when you search for “Atari Breakout” in Google image search, the search results turn into a playable game (!).  Shout out to Victor Pan for this one.
154. Single Site Results for Brands: Domain or brand-oriented keywords bring up several results from the same site.
Social Signals
155. Number of Tweets: Like links, the tweets a page has may influence its rank in Google.
156. Authority of Twitter Users Accounts: It’s likely that Tweets coming from aged, authority Twitter profiles with a ton of followers (like Justin Bieber) have more of an effect than tweets from new, low-influence accounts.
157. Number of Facebook Likes: Although Google can’t see most Facebook accounts, it’s likely they consider the number of Facebook likes a page receives as a weak ranking signal.
158. Facebook Shares: Facebook shares — because they’re more similar to a backlink — may have a stronger influence than Facebook likes.
159. Authority of Facebook User Accounts: As with Twitter, Facebook shares and likes coming from popular Facebook pages may pass more weight.
160. Pinterest Pins: Pinterest is an insanely popular social media account with lots of public data. It’s probably that Google considers Pinterest Pins a social signal.
161. Votes on Social Sharing Sites: It’s possible that Google uses shares at sites like Reddit, Stumbleupon and Digg as another type of social signal.
162. Number of Google+1’s: Although Matt Cutts gone on the record as saying Google+ has “no direct effect” on rankings, it’s hard to believe that they’d ignore their own social network.
163. Authority of Google+ User Accounts: It’s logical that Google would weigh +1’s coming from authoritative accounts more than from accounts without many followers.
164. Known Authorship: In February 2013, Google CEO Eric Schmidt famously claimed:
“Within search results, information tied to verified online profiles will be ranked higher than content without such verification, which will result in most users naturally clicking on the top (verified) results.”

166. Site Level Social Signals: Site-wide social signals may increase a site’s overall authority, which will increase search visibility for all of its pages.
Brand Signals

167. Brand Name Anchor Text: Branded anchor text is a simple — but strong — brand signal.
168. Branded Searches: It’s simple: people search for brands. If people search for your site in Google (ie. “Backlinko twitter”, Backlinko + “ranking factors”), Google likely takes this into consideration when determining a brand.
169. Site Has Facebook Page and Likes: Brands tend to have Facebook pages with lots of likes.
170. Site has Twitter Profile with Followers: Twitter profiles with a lot of followers signals a popular brand.
171. Official Linkedin Company Page: Most real businesses have company Linkedin pages.
172. Employees Listed at Linkedin: Rand Fishkin thinks that having Linkedin profiles that say they work for your company is a brand signal.
173. Legitimacy of Social Media Accounts: A social media account with 10,000 followers and 2 posts is probably interpreted a lot differently than another 10,000-follower strong account with lots of interaction.
174. Brand Mentions on News Sites: Really big brands get mentioned on Google News sites all the time. In fact, some brands even have their own Google News feed on the first page:
175. Co-Citations: Brands get mentioned without getting linked to. Google likely looks at non-hyperlinked brand mentions as a brand signal.
176. Number of RSS Subscribers: Considering that Google owns the popular Feedburner RSS service, it makes sense that they would look at RSS Subscriber data as a popularity/brand signal.
177. Brick and Mortar Location With Google+ Local Listing: Real businesses have offices. It’s possible that Google fishes for location-data to determine whether or not a site is a big brand.
178. Website is Tax Paying Business: Moz reports that Google may look at whether or not a site is associated with a tax-paying business.
On-Site WebSpam Factors
179. Panda Penalty: Sites with low-quality content (particularly content farms) are less visible in search after getting hit by a Panda penalty.
180. Links to Bad Neighborhoods: Linking out to “bad neighborhoods” — like pharmacy or payday loan sites — may hurt your search visibility.
181. Redirects: Sneaky redirects is a big no-no. If caught, it can get a site not just penalized, but de-indexed.
182. Popups or Distracting Ads: The official Google Rater Guidelines Document says that popups and distracting ads is a sign of a low-quality site.
183. Site Over-Optimization: Includes on-page factors like keyword stuffing, header tag stuffing, excessive keyword decoration.
184. Page Over-Optimization: Many people report that — unlike Panda — Penguin targets individual page (and even then just for certain keywords).
185. Ads Above the Fold: The “Page Layout Algorithm” penalizes sites with lots of ads (and not much content) above the fold.
186. Hiding Affiliate Links: Going too far when trying to hide affiliate links (especially with cloaking) can bring on a penalty.
187. Affiliate Sites: It’s no secret that Google isn’t the biggest fan of affiliates. And many think that sites that monetize with affiliate links are put under extra scrutiny.
188. Autogenerated Content: Google isn’t a big fan of autogenerated content. If they suspect that your site’s pumping out computer-generated content, it could result in a penalty or de-indexing.
189. Excess PageRank Sculpting: Going too far with PageRank sculpting — by nofollowing all outbound links or most internal links — may be a sign of gaming the system.
190. IP Address Flagged as Spam: If your server’s IP address is flagged for spam, it may hurt all of the sites on that server.
191. Meta Tag Spamming: Keyword stuffing can also happen in meta tags. If Google thinks you’re adding keywords to your meta tags to game the algo, they may hit your site with a penalty.
Off Page Webspam Factors
192. Unnatural Influx of Links: A sudden (and unnatural) influx of links is a sure-fire sign of phony links.
193. Penguin Penalty: Sites that were hit by Google Penguin are significantly less visible in search.
194. Link Profile with High % of Low Quality Links: Lots of links from sources commonly used by black hat SEOs (like blog comments and forum profiles) may be a sign of gaming the system.
195. Linking Domain Relevancy: The famous analysis by found that sites with an unnaturally high amount of links from unrelated sites were more susceptible to Penguin.
196. Unnatural Links Warning: Google sent out thousands of “Google Webmaster Tools notice of detected unnatural links” messages. This usually precedes a ranking drop, although not 100% of the time.
197. Links from the Same Class C IP: Getting an unnatural amount of links from sites on the same server IP may be a sign of blog network link building.
198. “Poison” Anchor Text: Having “poison” anchor text (especially pharmacy keywords) pointed to your site may be a sign of spam or a hacked site. Either way, it can hurt your site’s ranking.
199. Manual Penalty: Google has been known to hand out manual penalties, like in the well-publicized Interflora fiasco.
200. Selling Links: Selling links can definitely impact toolbar PageRank and may hurt your search visibility.
201. Google Sandbox: New sites that get a sudden influx of links are sometimes put in the Google Sandbox, which temporarily limits search visibility.
202. Google Dance: The Google Dance can temporarily shake up rankings. According to a Google Patent, this may be a way for them to determine whether or not a site is trying to game the algorithm.
203. Disavow Tool: Use of the Disavow Tool may remove a manual or algorithmic penalty for sites that were the victims of negative SEO.
204. Reconsideration Request: A successful reconsideration request can lift a penalty.
205. Temporary Link Schemes: Google has (apparently) caught onto people that create — and quickly remove — spammy links. Also know as a temporary link scheme.

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

How to gain Link Popularity and improve Brand Visibility

Now a day’s companies are trying to make popular their products and services. When I started working on the one of the major Health Care Product in India, it was really challenging and new for me. I did not have an idea what I do for Branding.

I started reading blogs and articles on internet. Before that I promoted clients website by given keywords and tried to get the rank on search engine first page. Reading on top articles, blogs and using my prior, I find the link popularity is one of the main parts of online branding.

Let’s discuss more about link popularity strategies and how it helps in reputation management and branding. Link building was more popular before 2 to 3 years but now if you take the name link building in project discussion with clients then may be possible clients move on other option. Now you can understand the impact of penguin, panda in internet marketing business. So what is good Link Popularity and linking strategies. Let’s discuss step by step.

1. Business Listing

Create business listing in local and international sites and always use your Business Tag line.

2.Profile Creation

Post profile with unique content and Try to make hyper link with url. Try to update your profile by adding content, posting blogs or submitting relevant comment.

3.Yahoo Questions Answer + Quora + Ask
question answer branding
Ask and post answer, if necessary use your business name with you business related questions answer.

4.Forum Submission

Join 4 to 5 relevant forum and use signature with your company name or brand name. Try to ask minimum 3 question and 30 Answers in a month.

5.Blog, Article and PR

Article Blog Press Release Link Popularity and Branding
Post 5 blogs, 3 articles and 3 PR in a month. I don’t think to remind you that every content should be unique and high quality. Don’t use keywords specific hyperlink, either use long tail keywords or keywords with brand name to make a link.

6.Blog comment

Try to post 10 to 15 blog comments in a month but never try to create hyper links or use keywords in name to make it hyperlinks. Use you brand name in name and in url try to use social media profile urls like G+, Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest

7.Reviews Posting

Always ask your customer to post reviews about your product and services and use your brand name and keywords in reviews content.

8.Guest Posting

Find the Guest blogging sites that have PR 3 or more and DA more then 60 or more. I know this is not easy but there is no other choice for you. You can try few such queries that give you the list of guest blogging sites like most of the guest blogging sites use the words “Write for us”, “Contributor” “Post Here”, “Guest Post” like that.

9.Social Media

Create account in popular social sites and update in on regular basis. Try to focus on G+, post quality content and increase user engagement, may be possible you start coming in google knowledge graph


wikipedia google knowlwdge graph
List your brand name in Wikipedia by adding content but remember that the content should not be self promotion.


Post unique and quality content classified. Use your brand name and keywords in classified title section. First try to find out top classified sites and schedule posting of unique title classified in every month. In next post of my blog how to generate online leads, I will explain how classified help to generate the leads.

12.PDF and Slide share

Create account in top pdf and slide sharing sites and add 2 to 3 content every month. Like others quality work, share and post comments also.


I don’t think to explain the importance of video. You know very well how much time you spend time on youtube and other video sites. Create account with Brand name and try to help other by posting video about normal customer/clients questions. You can also post the company office and festival celebration videos on video sites.

14.Infographics Submission

Infographics is a part of visual content marketing. I know it’s not easy to create 8 to 10 infographics every time. But you can create 2 to 3 every month and also like, share, comment on other infographics.

I know the above link popularity strategies step are seem a bit overwhelming and takes time but it become easy when you start following one by one. When you complete 1 month after following the link popularity strategies just go to google and search your brand name, you see the result.

So what you think about the step I have explained above. Let me know if any point is not clear and if you have any more suggestion about link popularity and branding.

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Thursday, 29 October 2015

SEO, SMO Tutorial Online

SEO, SMO Tutorial Online

We are coming here soon for more updates

Friday, 24 July 2015

Social Media Planner, Brand Identity Management Delhi NCR

Get in touch with us if you are facing any kind of problem for managing your brand identity on social media then feel free to contact us any time.

You will get the best social media solution for for your business in very appropriate and effective way.

Saturday, 2 May 2015

Make in Digital India Programe Vision of Indian Goverment

Digital India is the vision of our Government announce by our Prime Minister, the main objective of digital India projects are to connect the people of India electronically and produce the services electronically , it will very beneficial to reduce the paper work and times of the people.

There are three important factor of Digital India Program including

Digital Infra Structure: High Speed Internet connectivity to the rural area are very important for to connect the rural village area's with high speed internet.

Public Services On demand: Delivery services digitally all time, Living standard of the people will be rise up by this program and will change the way of public services. It will be mainly apply on a all services area including Healthcare, Security, Education, Transportation, Air Travel, Information Technology, Farming, News, Sport Judicial Services etc

Digital Empowerment of all Citizens: Digital India program will be helpful to transform Indian people in to equipped by digital device society

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Online Internet marketing seo training in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida ncr India

Hello friends we are going to allowance here on our site that I am offering the complete internet marketing training including SEO, SMO, SEM and Social media marketing , these all activities are enough for you to complete your online marketing skill and learn more.
As you know that every company and organization wants to appear their business on internet.  And SEO is the only way for the online presence of business on search engine result page.
My first focus of internet marketing training will be to explain all strategy according to the search engine algorithem, method.

Email Marketing Services in Noida, Delhi, Gurgaon, NCR, India

Email marketing is very important part of digital marketing and internet marketing. It is the simplest way to explore and expose your services globally in a very short period of time and it’s depend on your effort that how your are connecting to the online community of the people. Email marketing is a very potential full way of to provide your services globally.

Email Marketing is a very effective marketing technique to explore and expose your business for the individuals, People, and agencies for the same interest, If you are offering any types of services locally or globally then you have to need client or customer, now the question is arise how we interact those people’s, business owner, organization of same interest looking for the service which was offered by you.
So email marketing is the best process to communicate the clients who is looking to take your services. This is the better way to get the more business for you via email marketing.

We are offering the email marketing services according to your business needs, which will be more helpful to get more leads for your business, so feel free to contact us any time for the email marketing services with us we will provide best services to you on a very reasonable price.

Friday, 4 October 2013

Local Maps SEO Optimization Services

Local maps optimization in SEO is the process to optimize the local business listing of the search engine Google, Yahoo and Bing. In Google search engine this service is offered for the business, organization, individuals completely free, so local maps optimization is a very fast and authenticated process for the visibility of your business on the Google maps.
Local maps optimization is a very simple process as mentioned in the below steps.

A) How to create the Local Business Listing for Google Maps.

a.      First of go to the Google searching box and type simply Google local listing.
b.      Then input your business phone no then Google ask to you to put the all relevant information of you such as first name, last name, Location Address etc.
c.      Google will deliver you the verification code on your Mobile no or on the physical address via post Card(It will take up to one weak)
d.      You will have to verify this code on the Google local listing verifies in box.
e.      After the Google code verification you business, website will be live on the Google maps as well

B) How to optimize your Local Listing Maps

1.      Put your complete address with Pin Code.
2.      Add your working Time of your office including opening time and closing time
3.      Add the working Days and no of employee.
4.      Complete the all relevance information with right direction of your company organization
Relevance  It is very important factor that your business should be relevant to the users searching requirements

 Prominence - Prominence is also a very important part for the local optimization, it define the fame and information for your business.

Distance It is the relation between the user searches and how many far your business is located.


So you can optimize your Local optimization for Keywords for Local Search with the help of the above explaining Factor, relevance, prominence and distance. Apart from that you can post your comment on this website if you have any other good reliable suggestion for local maps optimization.

Processor of adding an eCommerce website to Google Shopping

There are two options to list the products by your website Google shopping centre.

1. Google Merchant Center: this is a free services of Google to add your website products on Google Merchant Center, where you can create a data feed update you business information including product name, Business address, phone no etc.

2. Google Product Listing Ads: this is a paid program which works on the Google advertising program (PPC). For this type of product listing you have to pay to Google on every Click and impression as well.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

Trends of Social media marketing trends via social networking website on internet

Social media marketing trends is increasing globally at a very fast speed globally; Social media refer to the virtual community on the social networking website. The social media networking are growing very fast now days. Use of internet is the common thing now so many million peoples are on-line every time available on the social media website.
Why social media marketing is important

Social media marketing is the best platform for campaigning of your brands, product services etc. So this is very beneficial for generating the publicity of your business on-line. So if you are looking for social media marketing then face book,  LinkedIn, Twitter, Google + is the very important platform for on-line social media marketing

Friday, 5 July 2013

Seo courses, online marketing, internet marketing courses

SEO courses, internet marketing courses: There are no books available in the market by which any human kind can search and learn about the search engine optimization from the bottom of internet marketing. So after a very long experience I feel to develop a seo courses frame work at my blogs where anyone can learn each and everything in full detail. Here you can see the all activity which is very easy to understand, so we are going to explain all the activity step by step.

Here are important list for Internet marketing Tips for the learner and experienced professional

1. Introduction of SEO (search engine optimization)
2. What is SEO
3. How to start the SEO
4. Why we do the SEO
5. Benefit of SEO
6. Introduction to Search Engines
7. Type of SEO
8.  White hat SEO
9.  Black hat SEO
10. Gray hat SEO
11. Silver hat SEO
12. On page SEO Optimization
13. Off page Optimization
14.Working with HTML Basics
15. Introduction to hyperlink and images Linking
16. Keywords Research Tools
17. Keywords Research importance
18. Title tag creation and optimization for web pages
19.On page optimization techniques for making website more search engine friendly for better ranking.
20. Image Optimization for a website to add the alt tags.
21. Content writing and SEO copyrighting
22. Special Site map creation such as Sitemap.xml, Sitemap.html, Ror.xml , RSS Feeds
23. Google local business Optimization
24. Off page optimization technique for creating back link and anchor text
25. Knowledge of all type Link Building strategy
26. Blogs creation and optimization
27. Social media Profile creation and optimization for a business brand.
28. Social Book Marking submission
29. Social networking and community creation
30. Basic of Social Media Marketing
31. Advanced of social media marketing
32. Knowledge of Google webmaster for monitoring the On side of the website
33. Knowledge of Google Analytic tool for analyzing the traffic
34. Other Useful web analytic tools Tool for auditing the report such as traffic travis,  Stat counter etc
35. Robots.txt File Creation
36. Meta Data Structure Creation
Apart from the above point I am doing regular research for the SEO (Digital Marketing) courses I will add the more point to the above point, these is the complete dose to know all the topic in detail, i will discuss on the all point as get the time for it, Now I am some busy to the other search of the digital marketing strategy. Thanks for visit this website we welcome to you any time enjoy to read this blogs and feel free to comment on this blogs, we are dedicated this blogs for the digital marketing if anyone one suggest there idea with me regarding online marketing you are worm welcome.

You can contact to me: +91 8802724815 any time or Skype Id: Mohammed.ummed any time for any suggestion or recommendation for your any query. I will be happy always to help you.
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