March 2012 Blog Post Roundup
Every month I do a roundup of the previous month’s posts, in case you may have missed any. I encourage you to check out and comment on any you may have skipped over or didn’t get a chance to read yet.
As always, I appreciate the continued support from all of you.
Okay, let’s get to last month’s blog posts…
February 2012 Blog Posts on ReplaceYourSalary.com
Blog Posts Around the Web
I encourage you to take some time to read these as well.
I decided to pick posts that deal with SEO, mainly for the fact that search engine optimization is changing, again. Or should I say… it has already changed, and it’s important to keep up with the current changes, or you could find your site/s being de-indexed or dropped really low in the rankings.
As always, I encourage you to take some time to read these as well, as they’ll help in making sure your websites are up to par.
The first post comes from Pat Flynn, who talks about ethical link building. With the new SEO changes, link building has taken a pretty big hit. There are link building strategies that used to work, that you now want to avoid like the plague. Follow Pat’s advice closely. You’ll be glad you did.
JR discusses over-SEOd websites and how Google will now penalize sites that focus too much on optimization. It’s important, and always has been, to do things naturally when it comes to SEO. Don’t keyword stuff the title, headings, tags and content of your site. Keep it natural. That’s what Google likes.
Daniel Scocco posted a video from Google providing 6 SEO tips to follow along with some mistakes to avoid. Who better to get SEO advice from than Google? Yeah, I couldn’t think of any, either.
JR has another post talking about website blocks and how they’re used by search engines to improve their search results. If you’ve never heard of a website block before (I hadn’t), then be sure to read this.
Last but not least, Alex discusses 10 ways you can benefit from your 404 error pages. How many people show up to your website but never actually land on a page? Instead, they receive a 404 error page. You can improve your site’s SEO and retain more site visitors by taking advantage of custom 404 error pages.
That’s all for now. Be sure to show some fellow bloggers some love by leaving a comment on their posts if you see fit. I know they would appreciate it just as much as I would.
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