Archive for January, 2005

what is the best linking strategy?

Monday, January 31st, 2005
 

The answer is simple: natural linking gives best results. So all your linking strategy must be as close as natural linking. There are various link farm pages, link directories, special pages in projects created just for links. Do they give some tangible benefit? YES they DO, but as the time goes by, the smaller benefit […]

 

Got banned. what to do?

Friday, January 28th, 2005
 

First of all I would like to wish everybody not to get banned at all. But lets say this thing happened. Lets say your site disappeared from Google and toolbar shows grey line. What to do? First think what you’ve done wrong. The first page you should read is Google guidelines. Some people hire so […]

 

Alexa

Sunday, January 23rd, 2005
 

Is Alexa a parasite? Some people think that it is. But I don’t agree with them. Alexa’s Toolbar is a Browser Helper Object (BHO), a component of Internet Explorer that will load whenever it starts, shares IE memory context, can perform any action on the available windows and modules. There is no version of Alexa […]

 

Google sandbox

Saturday, January 22nd, 2005
 

What is Google sandbox? Google sandbox is special filter invented by Google in march 2004 with the Florida update. In normal words I call it partial penalty in Google. Your site is not banned, your PR is not dropped to zero, but you are ranking lower than used to be for no other particular reason. […]

 

Comment spam solved

Wednesday, January 19th, 2005
 

Google announced new technique to fight against comment spam in various blogs. Yesterday (Jan 18) Google created (rel=”nofollow”) attribute on hyperlinks. Those links won’t get any credit when Google will rank websites in their search results. As Google say, there won’t be any negative effect for the sites linked from blogs, but they will not […]