The Future of SEO – 7 Techniques to Future Proof Your SEO

Future of SEOBack in 2005-2006, keyword stuffing, shady link building, and other seemingly risky ways, that you can’t even think of right now, worked like a charm. Did you happen to think, what would happen to my site once Google takes action? Many didn’t. That’s why the internet is flooded with ‘My site got hit by Panda/Penguin‘ articles.

That’s why, if you care about a site that you’re ranking currently by gaming the system, now might be the right time to move away from high-risk SEO practices to SEO strategies that are guaranteed to be safe, and will matter more than anything else in the near future.

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MaxCDN Review – Insanely Speed Up Your WordPress Blog

MaxCDN - The Best WordPress CDN

MaxCDN, as the name suggests, is a content delivery network. MaxCDN is one of the most preferred affordable CDN providers for WordPress sites. It speeds up your site, and reduces your server load, for an affordable price. Setting up MaxCDN for WordPress blogs using W3 Total Cache is straightforward and easy. I’m using MaxCDN on TechTage since the beginning of 2013. Here’s why I’m more than impressed with its performance and features.

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8 Important Things in a Post-Penguin Link Building World

Building Links Without Getting Penalized

Link spamming doesn’t work anymore. You probably already know that. With all the latest updates from Google — Panda, Penguin and all that, coming in short intervals of time to penalise webmasters who engage in shady SEO practices and unethical link building, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll succeed with old link building strategies. There are a few things about modern link building that you should know before you start off with a link building campaign.

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7 Advanced Ways to Drastically Improve Your On-Page SEO Efforts


On-page SEO isn’t ineffective as a whole, old on-page SEO is. The web is full of well optimized pages now a days. The goal isn’t to outperform a poorly optimized page in search results, but to do the same to a page that is basically optimized from an on-page SEO viewpoint. A simple way to outrank such a page in SERPs is through the use of advanced on-page SEO methods. Here’s how you can do it.

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How WordPress Commenting Platform Screws Up Your Blog’s SEO

WordPress Comments SEO

Most WordPress users stick to the default commenting system, because it’s very easy to operate, both for the administrators and the commenters. However, Google’s policy update about rel=”nofollow” links has made it look very poor from an SEO perspective when you’re using a non-modified version of the default WordPress commenting system on your blog. The commenters’ website links, though nofollow’ed, tend to waste a majority of PageRank points of the pages of your WordPress site. This is more troublesome for active blogs that get thousands of comments on each of their posts. The more number of comments with links to the users-websites appear on post pages, the more amount of PageRank point gets wasted, resulting in poor PageRank flow between internal pages.

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