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    Google Toolbar PageRank update December 2013

    Today ( December 6, 2013) Google pushed out a Google Toolbar PageRank update. This update shocked webmasters because no one expected it, at least not in 2013. The last Toolbar PageRank update was over 10 months ago on February 4th, 2013. Today, the Google Toolbar PageRank values have been updated. This update will make many

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    W3 Total Cache Tutorial

    W3 total cache is a web page speed optimization plugin which can improve your visitor’s experience by increasing the speed of your WordPress site. It is among the most famous and widely used cache plugins for WordPress sites. W3 total cache will also help with your SEO ranking in search engines. Search Engines like Google

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    5 important ranking factors for SEO

    Here is a list of 5 less known SEO factors and the effects on search engine rankings. 1. The location of the server Google and other major search engines use the physical location of the server as a signal. This signal becomes even more important when the domains have a generic TLD (such .com, .net,

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    Why is my Alexa ranking dropping?

    I thought I would throw this blog post out there and see if I can get some replies. On most of my sites my Alexa ranking has dropped. On a couple of sites I run, I update it every single day, the site has proper meta tags, quick to download etc but my ranking dropped

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    Enable gzip compression to speed up web site

    Enabling gzip compression of your HTML and CSS files will typically saves around 50 to 70 percent of the file size. This means that it takes less time to load your pages, and it also means less bandwidth is used over all. It is pretty much the standard now and if you are not using

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    Best Practices For Title Tags

    After Google’s recent changes, new best practices for title tags have come into vogue. Google increased the font size from 16px to 18px and removed underlining. As a result, the SERPs appear cleaner and easier to read. At the same time, increasing the font size reduced the number of characters that appear before truncation. For

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