5 SEO Tactics You Need for Your Store

5 SEO Tactics You Need for Your Store
If an online store opens in the woods, does it make a sound? Just like the mystery of the falling tree, you’ll never know your website’s potential for e-commerce success unless you get people to pay attention. You may have designed a beautiful website on WordPress and incorporated an excellent online store with Ecwid, but until you start using smart Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques, you’ll never know just how much you could grow your business. Follow these 5 SEO tactics to effectively increase your search engine rankings and drive more traffic to your website. 1. Index Your Store...
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Page Speed: Leverage browser caching gtmetrix

What is browser caching? Every time a browser loads a webpage it has to download all the web files to properly display the page. This includes all the HTML, CSS, javascript and images. Some pages pages might only consist of a few files and be small in size – maybe a couple of kilobytes. For others however there may be a lot of files, and these may add up to be several megabytes large. Twitter.com for example is 2mb+. The issue is two fold. These large files take longer to load and can be especially painful if you’re on a slow internet connection (or a mobile device). Each file makes a separate...
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How Google Finds Your Needle in the Web’s Haystack

How Google Finds Your Needle in the Web’s Haystack
Imagine a library containing 25 billion documents but with no centralized organization and no librarians. In addition, anyone may add a document at any time without telling anyone. You may feel sure that one of the documents contained in the collection has a piece of information that is vitally important to you, and, being impatient like most of us, you’d like to find it in a matter of seconds. How would you go about doing it? Posed in this way, the problem seems impossible. Yet this description is not too different from the World Wide Web, a huge, highly-disorganized collection of documents in many...
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AdSense Ads: Which Positions Work Best

AdSense Ads: Which Positions Work Best
Most of bloggers want to attract more and more visitors to their blogs on which advertising units play very important roles in increasing CTR or earnings. In fact, it is not easy for them to find out a postion that Adsense ads work best. This article will help you analize this issue based on a shared experience of Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School.   The theory is pretty simple (and logical) really – if you increase the number of people who see an ad you increase it’s chances of converting (note that position isn’t the only factor)....
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Tips for More Money from Adsense to Run into Pocket Overnight

Tips for More Money from Adsense to Run into Pocket Overnight
There are things that many bloggers could do on their blogs that could bring about large increases in their AdSense earnings in 24 hours or less. Here are somes ways you can apply.   1. Ad Positioning Ad positioning is vitally important to the performance of ad units like AdSense. It has a very significant impact upon the amount of money that they are able to earn. In general – the positions that are ‘hot’ can be seen on the heatmap to the right (this is the official AdSense heatmap which they put together from their own research and observations of where ads work best. You can see how...
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PageRank Algorithm – The Mathematics of Google Search

PageRank Algorithm – The Mathematics of Google Search
We live in a computer era. Internet is part of our everyday lives and information is only a click away. Just open your favorite search engine, like Google, AltaVista, Yahoo, type in the key words, and the search engine will display the pages relevant for your search. But how does a search engine really work? At first glance, it seems reasonable to imagine that what a search engine does is to keep an index of all web pages, and when a user types in a query search, the engine browses through its index and counts the occurrences of the key words in each web file. The winners are the pages with the highest...
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