Thursday, 28 January 2016

5 Best techniques for Off Page SEO

By Beth McClure
Off page SEO is a technique which is used to improve the presence of a web site in the search engine results page (SERP)”.It has direct relation with promotion and is not in under your control.

On page SEO means which is under your own control and it involve factors such as title tag, content, keyword, etc.

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5 Best techniques for Off Page SEO


Off page SEO is done to promote your content using techniques such as social media, guest posting, link building, etc. Off page optimization has nothing to do with your Editor window where you write and publish your posts. It starts once you have finished with writing and publishing of your post.

There are ‘n’ numbers of Off page techniques but it is not possible to follow all of them so i recommend you 5 Best techniques that should be followed by every blogger or web owner. Off page techniques are very powerful and will boost your traffic very soon.

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#1. The Social Networks


The Social Networks are best place to share your Web contents with lots of people. Social reputation is very important for any website.  Facebook, TwitterLinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ are popular social networking sites where you will get lots of people and if they liked your content they will share with others. Join all popular Social sites and build your reputation.If you do not have much time then join and share your content on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ because they are most popular. They will not only increase your Backlinks but also will improve your search presence and will drive you huge traffic.

#2. Link building



Lots of people says that link building is dead but i don’t believe. Links are very important and they play a vital role when we talk about Organic Search. For example you can see wikipedia they have lots of Quality links. Where Quality links are good for your website, Bad links may down your reputation in Search Engine’s eyes. So concentrate in building quality links. Here is a list of 50 Link Building Resources And Tools.

off page seo techniques
off page seo techniques

#3. Social Bookmarking

For promoting your website Social Bookmarking is another great way that you can follow. Submit your posts to popular bookmarking sites such as Digg, StumbleUpon, Delicious, Slashdot, Technorati, Reddit, etc. Let me tell you one thing Search Engines like these kind of websites because they always have fresh contents. Bookmarking your site on these websites will bring you high traffic but you need to use them properly. For more information read SEO Social Bookmarking Website List 2016.

#4. Question & Answer

 Yes ! A great off page technique is Questioning and Answering about Your post. You can Join Question & Answer websites like QuoraQuestion.com , Yahoo Answers, etc and can write your answers or ask a question. Quora and Yahoo are best platforms when we want Answers or want to ask a Question. When you search for Any Query you will see Quora or yahoo Answers in result page. You can write your answers related to your post and do not forget to leave your post link if people likes your answer they will show interest in visiting your website. I think this is one of the best way to attract interested people . Learn more here Use Q&A Sites For SEO.

#5.  Search Engine submission

Submit your website to all major Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, Baidu, Alexa, etc. You can submit your site to all Major Search Engines here : Free Search Engine Submission Sites List .2016
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Free Search Engine Submission Sites List 2017

By Beth McClure
There are 2 terms to understand which are essential for Web search before I provide search engine submission sites list or search engine submission list.

search engine submission sites list

Free search engine submission sites list 2017

  • https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url
  • https://search.yahoo.com/info/submit.html
  • http://www.bing.com/toolbox/submit-site-url
  • http://www.dmoz.org/add.html
  • http://www.excitedirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.secretsearchenginelabs.com/add-url.php ( It gives do follow back links also )

List of more sites for free submission in search engine

  • http://www.whatuseek.com/addurl.shtml
  • http://www.scrubtheweb.com/addurl.html
  • http://www.exactseek.com/add.html
  • http://addurl.altavista.com/
  • http://www.activesearchresults.com/addwebsite.php
  • http://www.fybersearch.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.ghetosearch.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.anoox.com/add_for_indexing_free.php
  • http://searchsight.com/submit.htm
  • http://search.sonicrun.com/freelisting
  • http://www.somuch.com/submit-links/
  • http://www.ghetosearch.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.freeprwebdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.webworldindex.com/
  • http://viesearch.com/submit
  • http://www.a1webdirectory.org/submit.php
  • http://www.onlinesociety.org/submit.php
  • http://search.sonicrun.com/freelisting
  • http://mastermoz.com/register.php
  • http://onemission.com/
  • http://linkcentre.com/
  • http://www.elitesitesdirectory.com/
  • http://www.directory-free.com/submit/submit.php
  • http://www.info-listings.com/submit.php
  • http://www.onlinesociety.org/submit.php
  • http://www.1websdirectory.com/
  • http://www.infotiger.com/addurl.html
  • http://www.elitesitesdirectory.com/
  • http://www.surfsafely.com/urladd.html
  • http://www.businessseek.biz/page.php?page=submission-policy
  • http://www.onemilliondirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.illumirate.com/
  • http://www.surfsafely.com/urladd.html
  • http://www.1websdirectory.com/
  • http://www.synergy-directory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.gigablast.com/addurl
  • http://www.piseries.com/
  • http://www.intelseek.com/add_url_form.asp
  • http://www.kiwidir.com/submit.php
  • http://www.submit.biz/
  • http://www.247webdirectory.com/submit.aspx
  • http://www.boitho.com/addyourlink.htm.en
  • http://www.blackabsolute.com/submit.php
  • http://www.9sites.net/addurl.php
  • http://www.rdirectory.net/submit.php
  • http://www.nexusdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.sitelistings.net/submit.php
  • http://www.surfsafely.com/urladd.html
  • http://www.amfibi.com/addurl/
  • http://www.priordirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.ezistreet.com/submit/
  • http://www.gainweb.org/submit.php
  • http://www.directoryfire.com/submit.php
  • http://www.triplewdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://polypat.org/submit.php
  • http://www.exalead.com/search/web/submit/
  • http://www.towersearch.com/addurl.php
  • http://www.splatsearch.com/submit.html
  • http://addurl.amfibi.com/
  • http://www.ghetosearch.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.feedplex.com/add-url.php
  • http://searchsight.com/submit.htm
  • http://www.claymont.com/asublegacy.asp
  • http://www.boitho.com/addyourlink.htm.en

When you will free submit your site in search engine then crawler will crawl web pages of your website then after finding right structure it will index it properly and remember you must have properly structured site map in your site to faster and better indexing. I hope you really like the above shared free search engine submission sites list and benefit provider for you. Thanks.
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Use Q&A Sites For SEO

By Beth McClure
Q&A method for SEO
    Q&A sites are filled with people who have a problem, and need helping solving it. That gives you the chance to offer them VALUABLE content the right way. It’s not about promoting your products and services. It’s about helping your audience, which is the basis of inbound marketing.
    Here is how answering questions can help you:
    • Improves search traffic for long tail keywords/phrases
    • Builds your authority
    • Gives you a steady stream of content for your blog, which is awesome for SEO
    • Starts a relationship with potential customers who find answers on your site
Browse Q&A sites like Yahoo Answers, Quora, and Forums to find questions your audience is asking
Create a blog post that answers the question. Avoid technical jargon your audience won’t understand, and go in depth with your answers to capture more long tail search traffic. Make a video or infographic that answers the question (optional). Promote the article on Q&A sites, forums, and social media.
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Free Infographic Submission Sites List

By Beth McClure
An infographic is a visual image such as a chart or diagram that is used to represent complex information or data that can be quickly and easily consumed by an audience. And their use is exploding!

Maybe you’ve even started to build your own infographics. But, if you build it, they won’t necessarily come. Infographics, though viral by nature, can reach a wider audience through the process of submitting them to infographic directories/blogs – while boosting your SEO at the same time.

A misconception of infographics is that they do not have SEO value. While it is true that a search engine cannot derive the content of your infographic, your audience can. An infographics can benefit a SEO campaign if it is shared. A major aspect of SEO is building the number of inbound links that direct consumers to your website. And infographics can support such an effort.

Here are some infographics directories to consider and submission tips to get you started:

Top 20 Free Infographic Directories

There are a lot of options and things to consider when submitting to infographic directories/blogs. There are some that require registration, offer paid options, and more. Is the link follow or no follow? What is the anchor text? Even if the website offers no follow links, it can still help you build traffic. Below are the top 20 free infographic directories along with the answers to some of those questions.

infographic submission in seo

While they are all free, some offer paid options to expedite approval process or for guaranteed placement. Be sure to familiarize yourself with all of your options. For most of the options below, registration is not required, though you will have to provide a contact email.



Website URL PR Registration Required Follow/No Follow Link
Visual.ly http://visual.ly 7 Yes Follow
Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/ 7 Yes Link to website on profile is No Follow
Infographics Showcase http://www.infographicsshowcase.com/ 5 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
Infographics Archive http://www.infographicsarchive.com 5 No Follow – (anchor text = url)
Reddit http://www.reddit.com/r/infographics 4 Yes No Follow
NerdGraph http://www.nerdgraph.com 4 No Follow – (anchor text = url)
Love Infographics http://www.loveinfographics.com 4 Yes No Follow
Submit Infographics http://submitinfographics.com 4 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
The Infographics http://theinfographics.blogspot.com 3 No Follow – (2) Image link and name
Infographix Directory http://infographixdirectory.com/ 3 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
Infographic Site http://infographicsite.com 3 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
Infgraphaholic http://infographaholic.tumblr.com 3 No Follow (image link)
Infographic Post http://www.infographicpost.com 3 No Follow – Can provide embed code
Infographics Only http://www.infographicsonly.com 3 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
Fuck yeah Infographics http://fuckyeahinfographics.tumblr.com 3 No Follow – (anchor text = name)
Daily Statistic http://www.dailystatistic.com 3 No Follow (2) – Custom anchor text
Best Infographics http://www.bestinfographics.info 2 No Follow (anchor text = source)
OMG Infographics http://www.omginfographics.com 2 No Follow (anchor text = source)
NFOGFX http://nfogfx.com/ 2 No Follow (image link)
Infographic Journal http://infographicjournal.com 0 No Follow (custom anchor text)

Infographic Submission Tips

Infographic submissions can be a time-consuming process. Therefore, it is important to follow some general guidelines to ensure your infographic will be published.

First, be sure to mix up your infographics title as much as possible through submissions. You don’t want to cannibalize your original infographic on your website. And further, many infographic submission sites have stringent submission guidelines – which brings us to tip two..

Write an original description for your infographics. Infographic directories/blogs do not want duplicate content on their website, and therefore, require unique content. Some will even run your description through plagiarism tools like Copyscape to ensure uniqueness. Though this can be time consuming, it will pay off in the long run.


Read guidelines thoroughly. These websites tend to get a lot of submissions, so they can be picky. To increase your chances of getting published, read over all submission guidelines before starting. Many have content, size, or format requirements.
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Wednesday, 27 January 2016

SEO Social Bookmarking Website List 2017

By Beth McClure

245 Top Free Social Bookmarking Sites

Social bookmarking play really huge role in Traffic Promotion and web site Ranking promotion. Increase your sales by increase organic traffics with quality bookmarks. Bookmark your net website manually to Social bookmarking sites list.

free social bookmarking sites list


The Seo Wonder Markets provides Dofollow Social Bookmarking Sites List. Social bookmarking sites list incredibly effective thanks to collect backlinks and traffics for your websties. There are some rules and tips to follow and if you're following SBM sites rules then you'll be able to get excellent response from there. Main a part of social bookmarking is tags choice as a result of social bookmarking sites search record per tags and if you choosed smart and competetive tags per your theme then you'll be able to get traffics and extra backlinks from there.

The Seo Wonder Markets provides social bookmarking services. Our specialists can bookmark your website links and details to all or any social bookmarking sites in list to market your site traffics and backlinks. We have a tendency to be providing link building and seo services from long term thus we are able to offer you guarantee for 100% quality and manual work.


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Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO in 2017

By Beth McClure
It’s easy to forget sometimes, when you hang around the cool SEO blogs, that there are those of us who are just starting out – learning for the first time the ways your website code and inbound links effect the likelihood that your pages will rank.


Resources for Learning SEO


Like most of us, I stumbled into SEO. I was working at a web development company, and the president asked me to look into this “SEO stuff”.

It’s been a long and exciting (though sometimes painful) learning experience since then.
One of the most important things I learned: don’t believe everything you read.

But there are a few resources I’ve found over the years to be deep wells of actionable knowledge.
The 12 resources below are, I feel, the best places to learn about SEO.


1. Moz (previously SEOMoz)


This was one of the first websites I frequented when I started learning SEO. The open spirit of the community combined with the consistent publication of thorough educational content makes this one of the first places I send those looking to learn more about SEO.

To get the real meat and potatoes you need a PRO Membership, but via the blog and the free SEM guides there is a ton of free information for most SEO’s, beginner or otherwise.


2. Webmaster World


Most SEO bloggers are guilty of writing too much theory and too little in the way of concrete examples. As a result we’re often left thinking, “sounds good, but how do I know this really works?”
Webmaster World is one of the oldest and most trusted forums on topics related to web development and marketing online as a whole. These are real webmasters sharing their thoughts and issues in an environment conducive to open discussion. As a result the threads often involve specific issues, a variety of voices and, most importantly, no-holds-barred discussion of the issue at hand.
Of course, you have to subscribe to Webmaster World to participate – but that’s not free.
Two other forums worth checking out:

3. SEO by the Sea


Bill Slawski’s blog is the #1 place to learn about search engine patents. Period.
Kudos to Bill for being insane determined enough to read through every search engine patent he can get his hands on and then translate them for the rest of us.
Keeping up with patented search technology helps you keep abreast of what search engines are capable of – and where they may be going in the near future.


4. SEO Book


Aaron Wall is widely considered one of the true papas of search. He’s been at it a long time.
Aaron is one of the few bloggers online whose posts I never miss. Not only does he share actionable insights on SEO, but Aaron’s writing often highlights the transcendental issues that link SEO to other aspects of the online world – and understanding the big picture is crucial to surviving online competition.


5. The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Search Engine

This the legendary paper submitted by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin during their Ph D work at Stanford. It is a blueprint of sorts of the original working model for Google.
While in its current form Google in many ways dwarfs the original concept, the original Google concept was truly an engineering work of art – and reading the paper above will take you a long way in understanding the processes that are at the core of the search engines we know today.


6. Search Engine Land


Search Engine Land was founded by Danny Sullivan who is perhaps the most recognized face and name in SEO. Danny is frequently on the cusp of the latest developments in search – with unprecedented contacts at the search engines and a huge network of experienced SEO’s and developers.

There is a constant stream of relevant and well-written posts at SearchEngineLand.com from some of the best SEO’s in the business. Subscribing to this one is a no-brainer.


7. Google’s SEO Guidelines


While I wouldn’t tell anyone to do “whatever Google says” to do to get your website to rank, it’s important to know what Google’s public position is on a variety of tactics/techniques you might employ.


8. Search Engine Guide


This self-billed “small business guide to search marketing” is not just for small businesses – the posts here are written by a community of experienced SEO’s who have experience getting websites to rank when there isn’t a wealth of resources at your disposal.


9. Search Engine Journal


The blog you’re reading now has been around for some time. Loren Baker, who started it, is one of those other papas of SEO.

Maybe I don’t need to tell you about this one since you’re already reading it – but in case you were thinking you need to look elsewhere, we’ve got years worth of tremendously helpful blog posts right here.


10. SEO Black Hat


There’s power in the dark side.
QuadsZilla doesn’t mince words when it comes to where he stands on the “White Hat vs Black Hat” issue. He’s black hat all the way – and proud.

I don’t necessarily condone some of the tactics black hat SEO’s employ to boost their rankings, but there is plenty to learn about automation and how ranking algorithms can be exploited. Even if you plan to be an angel it’s worth knowing what the dark side is up to.


11. Marketing Land (previously Sphinn)


Started by Danny Sullivan, Marketing Land is great for keeping up with all the top online marketing news. They also offer tons of daily articles and how to guides on a wide variety of internet marketing topics. This is a really great place to get all your news, as they bring you all the top stories of the day. 


12. SEO Fast Start


This eBook from Dan Thies, a veteran of SEO, has been around for quite a few years now. That doesn’t mean it’s outdated – Dan updates every edition with the latest in search engine updates and tactics. Dan’s writing style is straightforward, and he offers plenty of great SEO advice for beginners as well as some tips seasoned folks might not have thought of (or just need a refresher on).
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Six Major SEO Rules for 2017

By Beth McClure
The rules for effective SEO have shifted seismically over the past few years. Experts offer tips on the current state of SEO and how you can use it to maximize your investment in content in 2016.

How Google Search Works in 2016
How Google Search Works in 2016
Marketers are beefing up their investments in content, but to leverage those investments, they’ll also have to put some time and effort into learning the new rules for SEO. The days of driving traffic to your site by packing headlines with keywords are long gone, experts say, and the new SEO strategy revolves around another big-money marketing focus: experience. Here, experts offer six tips on how to use SEO to maximize your content marketing investments.

1. Intention is everything.


 You no longer need an exact keyword to offer a relevant search result, says Cyrus Shepard, director of audience development at Moz. In the old days, it was about getting the click. Now search engines are seeing how people are interacting with your website: Are they going back and clicking on results, or are they finding the answers they’re looking for when they’re on your site? Today it’s about the post-click activity. Not only do you have to get the clicks, but you have to satisfy user intent.

 Six Major SEO Rules for 2016
This image is an example of how Epicurious includes videos and post-click actions within the page after searching for "How to Bake a Cake.

2. Keywords aren’t the be-all and end-all.


 Including keywords in headlines is becoming less important, Shepard says. Google has gotten better about interpreting meaning. It used to be that if you wanted to rank for ‘best restaurants,’ you had to say ‘best restaurants’ three or four times. It’s still helpful to mention ‘best restaurants,’ but the semantic meaning is becoming much more important. Now you can just talk about great dining experiences, and the search engines will pick up on it.

Seventy-five percent of search queries are between three and five words long, so you should write headlines accordingly, he adds. The search engines are figuring out that if people search for the word ‘marketing,’ or any one- or two-word query, they don’t get the results they want. To get quality results that are most likely to answer their question, they have to go to three-, four- or five-word queries. As content creators, when you’re thinking about optimization, you have to think about that.

3. Focus on the user experience.


Google, right now, is making 500 algorithm changes a year, Laetsch says, Every change is focused on making sure that when someone searches on Google, if they get the right result on the first few pages, they’ve got a great experience. It’s not, ‘How am I going to tweak the engine or trick Google, Bing or Yahoo?’ It’s how you make sure that your content is the best possible content on the Internet for the words that you care about.

Thus, original content is becoming more important than ever, says Rhea Drysdale, CEO of Outspoken Media Inc​​​​., a Troy, N.Y.-based SEO consulting firm. The more original content that you can produce—whether it’s an image or a video, or long-form content, anything you can put together that’s going to justify someone wanting to read it or share it—the better.

While articles with a “top five” list format often are clickable, Drysdale suggests using them sparingly. People like things that they can quickly digest, but it doesn’t necessarily have much weight with search, she says. You have to make sure that whatever comes after the number makes sense and is useful.

4. Size matters.


Longer articles, between 1,200 to 1,500 words, perform better in search, on average, Laetsch says. “It’s significantly different than it was two or three years ago, when 300 words was a pretty long page. Longer articles are getting more traffic, and they’re ranking higher in SEO, especially for competitive terms. The changes that Google is making, and the reason they’re making these changes, is to make sure they’re sending traffic to pages that delight humans. He suggests breaking up long-form content with subheads, bullet points and images throughout the copy to make it easy for readers to more quickly scan and digest it.

Longer articles perform better in search results because there are more words and images to rank on the page, Shepard says. People are sharing longer articles on social media more, and linking to them and citing them more. Shorter articles do well sometimes, but on average, longer articles tend to perform better.

5. Optimize for mobile.


More people are reading news on their smartphones, so it’s important to ensure that your content is searchable there, says Derek Edmond, managing partner and director of SEO and social media strategies at KoMarketing Associates, a Boston-based B-to-B SEO and social media marketing consultancy. “Making sure Google can understand the content that’s found within a mobile app, and leveraging the marketing of the app with respect to SEO, is an opportunity on the consumer and B-to-B marketing side.

mobile optimization
Optimize for mobile


6. Use unique images.


While images aren’t as big of a referral source in Google as they used to be, having unique images on your site is valuable, Shepard says. The same image can show up in hundreds of places around the Web, but having unique content around those images is what makes it stand out. I’m not opposed to using stock images to illustrate a point, but any time you can create something that’s custom or use unique photography, that will pay off more in the long run.

The most important SEO tip for 2016 is to focus on your audience, Shepard says. In the past, it was about marketers trying to promote what they wanted people to see. Today it’s about delivering what people actually want to see that will give you an SEO ranking boost.
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