The urllist.txt file is not something new. In fact it is quite old. I just did a quick search on it and found only a few people talking about urllist.txt, and these are like dated in ancient 2005. But still just for that small little quicker submission time advantage, we still use this. But since
What happened to MSN/Windows Live? Their link: command is not working. So several tool makers could be affected. Although I found out doing it manually. Could it be MSN is redoing their link: command to run more effectively? I noticed the site: command still works fine. Link and Linkdomain are not working. Related PostsSEO for
As I have mentioned before, I took the test by the ISO 9001-2000 company, ExpertRating being a Certified in Search Engine Optimization under their test which I really did not do 100% well but still passed the course without any review, I still do not believe in SEO/SEM Certification. And I did mention that the
If you have used the Google Keyword Tool mainly made for Adwords users to guide them in buying sponsored links in the search results, you should have noticed the green bars that show you a range of how high a keyword or keyphrase is searched and how many people are bidding for it. And just
Google seems to make the SEO’s life easier. The webmaster tools has grown from just the submit-my-xml-sitemap-feed to a good SEO diagnostic tool. You can see how often you are crawled by Googlebot, check the validity of your robots.txt and sitemap feed, top keyphrases you rank for and also top keyphrases that actually get clicked.
Upon Arrival in the Philippines Ok, I was away for 2 weeks and went to the Philippines for SEO events, at the same time to see my family as well. In the Ituloy AngSulong SEO contest, I was in 2nd and 3rd overall by the end of January and all that changed when everyone started