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Peter Mead is a WordPress SEO Consultant, he provides personalized WordPress design and specialized SEO. Peter also loves to blog. View Peter Mead's profile on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/petermeadit

Firefox Makes Yahoo! Default Search Engine in US

Mozilla Firefox 34 Makes Yahoo Default Search Engine in US. As this update has now rolled out with an extra surprise for those users in the US. Love Google or Love Yahoo, and I know a lot of users may not take that much notice of anything much when a browser update goes out. In this case Users in North America will not miss the new default Search Engine, Yahoo!
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Why you should buy real PPC website traffic

Designing and publishing a website or blog is a great step towards establishing your online presence. However, if you stop there, nobody on the internet will know of the existence of your website. The online market can be a hectic one and you might find your business struggling to get noticed by potential customers. In order to give your website a distinct advantage, you should buy real site visitors. This is not only the easiest way of directing visitors to your website but it will also give you a distinct advantage.
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7 Essential Search Engine Marketing Tips and Techniques

More and more businesses are becoming aware of the need to incorporate search engine marketing techniques in their marketing plans. However, most SEM users are unaware of what makes the basics of the techniques. However, there are various tips and techniques that you can use to get the most out of your search engine marketing efforts.
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3 tips for link builders post penguin 3.0

In the recent past, there has been a crackdown by Google on unnatural links that have left link builders wondering whether link building is dead post penguin 3.0. One reason that make link building look as if it’s now a thing of the past is due to Google’s definition of artificial or natural links. Any link that appears to manipulate the ranking of a site in Google may be considered as a link scheme. Remember that the penalty for having suspicious looking links is quite severe and you might end up losing rankings. However, the fact of the matter is that link building is very much alive but you need to be careful.

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How to get your website into Google and Yahoo

In this article we will show you how to get your website into Google and Yahoo. Before you submit your site to the search engines, you should first check if it is already listed there. You can do this by typing the website address on Google’s search box. If the website doesn’t come up as a result, you will require submitting it again. Alternatively, you can lift a piece of unique text from the page and put in the search in quotes. The page should come up. If it doesn’t, it shows that Google doesn’t know about it.
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How to submit your site to the search engines

In this article we will show you how to submit your site to the search engines. Seo experts recommend that you should manually submit your website page to the search engines.  Google, Bing and Yahoo have made it clear that this is what they prefer in order to protect themselves from spam. But you should also realize that the search engines do not guarantee ranking your pages just because you submitted them manually. You should also ensure that you submit the site to all the search engines instead of relying on Google alone. Even though Yahoo and Bing have less traffic, they also have millions of users.
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