How to Build Strong Relationships On Social Media

Building strong relationships with other people is the key factor of success for every social media campaign. As we saw in previous articles (12 Tips for developing a Successful Twitter Campaign & 7 tips for launching successful Social Media Campaigns) social media campaigns require time and effort and by being honest... read more ››

Is Search Engine traffic the best traffic you can get?

As an SEO professional you have probably spent hours of work trying to fine tune your SEO campaign and increase your organic traffic. Since SEO is a game of inches not miles, every single change could make a difference and thus much time and effort are invested in such campaigns. So the question is, is search engine traffi... read more ››

Why my SEO campaign failed? Part 4: Common Link Building mistakes

The Link Building is one of the most important aspects of SEO. Having quality links pointing to your site not only helps your Search Engine Rankings but also it can provide quality traffic to your website. In the previous 3 articles we examined in detail the most Common On-page Optimization mistakes, several Common Web De... read more ››

Hacking with Google Search

Google is considered to be a powerful search engine that helps millions of users to find fast & easy useful webpages. Nevertheless Google Search can also be a handy tool in the hands of malicious users, spammers & hackers. In this article we will describe few tricks that can be used in Google Search in order to ea... read more ››

12 Tips for developing a Successful Twitter Campaign

Twitter is one of the most popular social media, that if it is used correctly, it can help you drive quality traffic to your website or blog and build a loyal group of supporters. In this article we will focus on how to build a successful twitter campaign, how to maintain and increase your followers and what you should do ... read more ››

Why my SEO campaign failed? Part 3: Common Link Structure mistakes

The Link Structure of a website is one of the most important SEO factors. It affects how the pages point to each other and how the links are placed within the pages. In the previous 2 articles we examined in detail several Common On-page Optimization mistakes and some Common Web Development mistakes that affect the SEO ca... read more ››

Why my SEO campaign failed? Part 2: Common Web Development mistakes

In a previous article we focused on the Common On-page Optimization mistakes that affect the SEO campaign. In this blog post we will focus on some technical principles that web developers should have in mind when they develop SEO-friendly static or dynamic websites. Here are some common mistakes that can put at risk your ... read more ››

Why my SEO campaign failed? Part 1: Common On-page Optimization mistakes

When it comes to explain why your SEO campaign failed, there are hundreds of things you can mention. This is due to the fact that major Search Engines use hundreds of signals to determine both the authority of a site and the rankings. Within the following weeks we will try to list some of the common mistakes that take pla... read more ››

New SEO Tools available on 19th of April

We are delighted to announce that on Monday 19th of April the Web SEO Analytics project will move to the next phase: The new Free version of the SEO Tools release to the public. Yesterday, 15th of April, the Beta Testing Program came to its end. During the last month, we received valuable feedback from our Beta Users and ... read more ››

Does the Internal competition affect the Rankings?

There are several cases over the web were multiple pages from the same website are optimized and targeted for the exact terms. Even though such practice is not recommended, it is a very common case mainly due to the fact that people tend to put in their homepages all of their important keywords. In this article we will foc... read more ››

The Easter Eggs & The Easter PageRank Update

Returning from Easter holidays the SEOs found a surprise: Google has once again updated the Toolbar PageRank values. For those of you who regularly check out the Google Webmaster Central Channel on YouTube this is actually not a big surprise. Matt Cutts has mentioned in the video "State of the Index 2009" (22:45) that gen... read more ››

A sneaky look at the SEO Labs & the New SEO Tools

As you already know Web SEO Analytics has recently released a new SEO Toolbox for beta testing. The new SEO tools will be released to the public in the middle of April and as you expect, they will be available to all of you for Free. So far, the Beta users that have been invited to participate to the tests have sent us gre... read more ››

New Web SEO Analytics Tools – Beta

During the last weeks we have been working on the new version of our SEO Toolbox. Today (15 March 2010) we launched a Beta Testing period of the Toolbox that will last 1 month. The new tools are located at Web SEO Analytics Labs and you will need a Beta Key to access them. Many of you have already received Beta Keys and th... read more ››
The best practices and the abandoned SEO techniques

The best practices and the abandoned SEO techniques

In the SEO world one thing is certain: the “best practices” come and go. Due to excessive spamming or because of the appearance of new technologies and methods, these practices are abandoned. Most of the techniques in SEO are based on the following principals: Spiders are stupid: Help them parse your site. Use the ... read more ››

7 must-have for SEO friendly hosting services

In the Search Engine Optimization world many SEO professionals tend to focus on the onpage optimization or on the backlink hunting and they forget how important the hosting services are. Surely good hosting services will not boost your rankings, but it is certain that if you do not choose carefully you can get into serious... read more ››
PageRank Sculpting: You can still use rel=nofollow

PageRank Sculpting: You can still use rel=nofollow

Some months ago Google changed the way that treats the nofollowed links. This new policy causes massive problems to all the sites that use the nofollow attribute as it affects the way that PageRank flows in the site and it could lead to PR loss. WebSEOAnalytics has developed a free script that allows you not only to do Pag... read more ››

The PageRank sculpting techniques and the nofollow issue

On 15 June 2009, one of the most important changes occurred in the SEO field. Matt Cutts (head of Google`s Webspam team) announced that Google no longer treats nofollowed links (<a rel="nofollow" href=`…`>) in the same way. In this article we will explain what PageRank Sculpting is and what changed in Google`s Algo... read more ››

Internal Anchor links appear in Google Results

Very Recently, Google published a blog post about Rich Snippets and their impact to Google results. Additionally, on August the 19th, Matt Cutts affirmed, in a Webmaster video, that Google is going to use rich snippets more and more frequently. A new interesting feature is that Google started inserting links in the Rich Sn... read more ››