Posts Tagged ‘seo’

Replytocom duplicate content error in Webmaster Central

Friday, August 16th, 2013

While browsing around the Google webmaster central, happened to bump into HTML improvement section and saw the replytocom duplicate title tags content warning. I was pretty sure what I wrote would not be duplicate within my website domain or my other sites. After all, Google frowns upon such duplicate content. (more…)

Has Panda update caused your website traffic to reduce?

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

When Panda update announcement first came about early this year 2011, it has cause a number of websites traffic to reduce. The update was meant to weed out questionable web sites that are spewing out useless fluff in the internet as well as weed out web spammers.

However the algorithm was not perfect and legitimate authority web site was hit as well. It created a lot of negative publicity about the Panda update and Google tried to defuse it and reverse any harm it has cause to web site owners who made enough complaint about why their web site is nowhere to be found with the relevant keywords.

So as the Panda update is rolled out to the rest of the world (meaning Google searches with TLD ending other than .com, for example over here in Malaysia,, I waited and see what will happen to my websites. (more…)

The importance of keywords, an internet marketing SEO primer

Sunday, January 1st, 2006

Creating a website is not just making the site look great, but it is also about getting visitor traffic to your site. This is especially vital if you are planning to run say an online internet home business. Without optimizing your website to some specific keyword to draw increase website traffic is akin to setting up a retail shop in the back of a shopping mall or some obscure alley. (more…)