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Daily SEO Routines: How Web CEO Saves You from Them

It’s hard to create a daily SEO task schedule that will fit every Internet marketing role. Everyday SEO jobs are different from position to position: a link builder builds links all day, emailing other webmasters, and creating and implementing ideas that result in more links. A team leader, who works with clients most of the time, creates reports. An SEO analyst investigates what competitors are doing, watches Google Analytics and analyzes tactics and strategies. However there are 3 major task types you (and me) do every day.

1. Making a better site

It may be that 60% of your day is devoted to making your website better: creating new content, images, and tools, improving user experience, increasing your site’s rankings, cleaning your backlink profile up, promoting it to social networks.
Today we all know that content is King; we write and publish fresh and unique content for the website and build quality backlinks as Google says in its Guidelines. With the Web CEO tools you can automate your website Audit – the Web CEO Online Site Auditor will notify you about broken links, anchors and image links, it will check your website for general SEO issues, and it will show how well each landing page is optimized.
The brand-new Backlink Quality Checker tool will automate the cleaning of your backlink profile. It will discover all toxic links that may ruin your rankings and neutralize them. If you correct your situation, your website will have a backlink profile that Google loves.

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Best Long-Lasting Backlink Building Tactics

We have gathered the best new link building strategies and removed the old ones that may harm your rankings now that Google revised its Webmaster Guidelines. Feel free to share your favorite effective link building techniques in the comments section; we will update the post with the best of them.

1. Build a company blog.

Blogs have the unique ability to contribute fresh material on a consistent basis, participate in conversations across the web and earn listings and links from other blogs, including blogrolls and blog directories. This is the most valuable and long-term tactic.
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New Rules for Link Building in the Penguin Era

Link building has changed for the last several years. The times when you could search for relevant websites and ask for a link are gone. Google now fights against all kinds of spam and manipulations, making link building harder. Certain tactics are overused then abused then penalized.

However, links remain a critical method of marketing. With the Google Penguin 2.0 algorithm update, new link building strategies should be used.

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Responsive Web Design for Mobile Websites

Recently, Helen Vozna wrote an article entitled Mobile Website Optimization: Where to Start. She wrote about optimizing the way search engines crawl your website by providing and submitting a mobile sitemap. However, there is a modern technology that allows you to optimize your website for mobile users, while retaining the original user experience that you have invested so much time in. This technology is called responsive web design.

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SEO in Brief: 301 vs. 404

We are often asked what a webmaster should do after unwanted pages are deleted; whether the URLs should be 404 or 301-redirected.

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First of all let’s understand what 404 and 301 redirects are.

A 404 Not Found means that the client was able to communicate with the server, but the server could not find anything matching the request. The web site hosting server will typically generate a “404 Not Found” web page when a user attempts to follow a broken or dead link. A 404 error implies that the requested URL may be available again in the future, but not necessarily with the same content.
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