James Green

How to Rank In Google: Seo Strategies Post Panda and Penguin

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The Google landscape has changed dramatically since the release first of Google Panda and then Google Penguin. Webmasters have had to dramatically re-think their SEO strategies and become much more social animals in order to get ranked on Google.

This book will provide you with a full recovery blueprint to get your sites ranking higher in Google once more. It looks at both on-page and off-page SEO strategies and follows tried and tested techniques to use to gain you a new level of trust with Google and the other search engines.

The book will also reveal the recommended sites and tools that you too can use to raise your Google rankings.

The new methods are much more user-focused than ever before, with a new emphasis on demonstrating both quality and expertize to Google and the other search engines.

How to Rank in Google will guide you through this SEO minefield, without swamping you in jargon and techno-babble to get you ranking on Google once more!
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    Søren Bang Hansenhas quoted3 years ago
    may only have a Page Rank of between zero and 3. If they do, and if you see chinks in their armor in terms of their content then they are eminently beatable with our strategies. Most
    Søren Bang Hansenhas quoted3 years ago
    Now do the same with your top 5 keyphrases (your best article keyphrases). How do the results look for these?
    Søren Bang Hansenhas quoted3 years ago
    type in the headline keyphrase you’ve agreed upon.
    Look at your first page of results and pick the top 5 or 6 results. Now open each one of them and take your time to browse through each site. Get a notepad and write down each one, making comments on each of the good bits and the bad bits about the site.
    Does every site on that page:

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