If you’ve been working at least half as long in the SEO industry as we’ve been, you should know about the KEI acronym. KEI stands for keyword effectiveness index. It was created as a statistic that reveals the most effective keyword phrases and terms to use in optimizing your web pages.
The Keyword Effectiveness Index compares the number of searches (demand) a keyword gets per month (its popularity) divided by the number of pages in a search engines index (supply). The higher the KEI, the more popular your keywords are, and the less competition they have. This means that, for a keyword with a relatively high KEI, you ought to have a better chance of getting to the top in the search engines and receive a good number of searchers for your effort. Continue Reading >>
When you blog regularly, you see blog post ideas everywhere. Your morning coffee or a walk may inspire you; you can read some interesting facts or notice your ranking changes so you can suggest that a new Google update happened. Finally you can read an interesting post and share your thoughts on the topic.
However, the times of writing content for the sake of content have gone. Now the content should engage, should attract attention and earn natural links. Web Analytics is here to help you separate the wheat from the chaff. Continue Reading >>
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Yesterday, we gave you some practical advice on how to avoid the Google Panda Penalty. Today we would like to get a view of how some websites applied (or did not applied) the SEO tactics mentioned in the previous post.
The Google Panda 4.0 Update that was rolled out a few weeks ago has now shown some early results, which reveal both a negative and positive effect on the content shared on the web (depending on the point of view, a user’s or website owner’s). Users are receiving more relative results for their queries. Given the first reports and complaints I would say that positive effects are greater than negative. Let’s have a quick view of the sites being penalized and rewarded by Google’s Panda 4.0. The list is not comprehensive, but we can see a definite trend of search visibility losses/gains for some giant websites. Continue Reading >>
As you know, Panda is a Google filter that seeks to stop spammy (low quality) sites from ranking high in the SERPs.
In late May the Google Panda 4.0 update was discussed all over the SEO community. The web is full of theoretical advice on how to avoid the Panda penalty. We have some practical tips.
Avoid Exact Match Link Text
Part of any site development is planning how users will navigate the content. In terms of SEO it means that your internal links structure should be well-optimized. Internal links optimization is often ignored, although it is a great method to improve landing (important) pages’ search visibility and to broadcast your website’s theme. Continue Reading >>