This guest post is by Victor Solovey from Crazyxhtml
Among the biggest love hate relationships I have had, the one with Google rates as the biggest.
One fine morning I get up and find that Google has done it again and my site has slipped down the ladder.
Obviously there can be no man more furious than me on this earth.
Some other glorious morning I get up to find my site occupying the heights of glory and I start loving Google all over again.
I especially love it when my competitor, who is known to use black hat techniques, gets the boot.
You should if you’re not prepared for it. Getting ranked on Google first page can be a tedious task for most bloggers who don’t follow the simple advice that works.
Search engines were created to grow your business. They were created for you, not against you.
It’s only when we deviate from the set principles of efficient first page ranking that failure looms.
But all that can change today. You can dominate Google first page, and quit losing to your competition.
Was it the Panda or Penguin which bit you?
Google has hit websites and blogs in two different ways and almost simultaneously.
Many site owners are still wondering whether they have been targeted.
Those who know that tragedy has befallen are wondering whether it’s Panda or Penguin which has bit them.
To understand the difference you must know what each of them mean.
Google Panda came first
Google Panda search update brought down the curtains for many websites and blogs since its launch a few months back.
This guest post is by Christian Arno
SEO: the three magic letters no online marketer can ignore.
Trying to get your site into the first pages of major search engines is no easy feat.
But there’s no doubting its benefits.
One study by Optify, found that the top ranked site on Google gets a click-through rate of 36.4 per cent.
This drops to 12.5 per cent for the one in second position, falling further after that.