Sunday, November 24, 2013

Updated Free UK Directory Submission Sites

Updated Free UK Directory Submission Sites

Now post penguin only work can improve your website ranking. If you are working on UK website or your target country is United Kingdom then you need to submit your website only on UK based directory sites.
Here is Updated Directory List for UK:
S.No UK Directory List Status
1 Useful
2 Useful
3 Useful
4 Useful
5 Useful
6 Useful
7 Useful
8 Useful
9 Useful
10 Useful
11 Useful
12 Useful
13 Useful
14 Useful
15 Useful
16 Useful
17 Useful
18 Useful
19 Useful
20 Useful
21 Useful
22 Useful
23 Useful

Free Infographics Submission Sites 2014

How to Transfer A Website To A New Domain How to Transfer A Website To A New Domain

How to Transfer A Website To A New Domain

Google Webmaster Tools
Google Webmaster Tools
1.    Verify your both websites in single webmaster account with single methods.
2.    Transfer your old website setup on new domain.
3.    Use 301 redirects method to redirect old website content.
4.     On Google webmaster tool select old domain dashboard >> Configuration >> Change of address.
5.     Select the new domain and submit for review.

List of URL Shortening Websites

List of URL Shortening Websites

URL Title of URLS Google URL Shortener - Shorten links, Make money Advertise, Shorten, Share Track Your Links With - The URL shortener service that pays you! Earn money for every visitor to your links. - a modern URL shortener Link shortener that pays URL Shortener - Shorten, customize and track your links bitly | shorten, share and track your links. Sample: - Free URL Shortening, Tracking & More! CUTTUS | URL Shortening Service, URL Shortener Filoops - Shorten Your Long URLs for net surfing pleasure The FUN URL Shortener! fzy - shorten url & share - subdomain - web thumbnails - api - URL Shortener (redirects do Shorten Hyperlinks | Short My Url | Make Urls Smaller - Shorten URLs with shorten url services ID.TL - The URL shortening service that pays you! Earn money for every visitor to your links. - a URL shortener. Mmmm, tasty URLs! URL shortener & short urls at - The URL Shortener service,Anyone can visit your links | shorten, track and earn LongURL | The Universal Way to Expand Shortened URLs Shorten links and earn money and - Shorten urls, share files and track visits - Owly P6L.ORG - Shorten Your Links URL Shortener - Shorten Links with the affiliate friendly URL shortener - Earn while you URL - The URL shortener service that pays you! Earn money for every visitor to your links. QR Code Generator URL shortener Powered Exclusively by the URL Shortening Service Shorten Your URL Twitter URL Shortener (can not be used outside Twitter) - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL TOTA2.COM, File upload, Shorten andProtect your download link - Free Premium URL Shortening Service - The URL shortener service that pays you! Earn money for every visitor to your links. - URL shortener - The ethical URL shortener - Free URL shortening, tracking, rotator & cloaking! URL Shortener | URL Redirection Service by Go Daddy Welcome to My Link Shortener! - MYLS Short Urls, Url Shortening, Shorten Urls with Xtra Tiny Url Me YOURLS: Your Own URL Shortener YU2 Simple Shortener - Zip your page links instantly! Let's earn money with your shorten links!

Friday, November 22, 2013

Google Seeking Feature Requests For Webmaster Tools

Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts posted on his personal blog a request for webmasters to provide feedback and feature requests for Google Webmaster Tools. Matt and the Google search quality team is looking for new ideas on what would make Google Webmaster Tools more useful to you. Matt talked about how far Webmaster Tools has come but they want to continue to make it more useful.
To submit feedback, go to Matt’s blog and leave your feedback.
Matt’s disclaimer:
To be clear, this is just some personal brainstorming–I’m not saying that the Webmaster Tools team will work on any of these. What I’d really like to hear is what you would like to see in 2014, either in Webmaster Tools or from the larger team that works with webmasters and site owners.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

8 Reasons To Use The Google Disavow Tool By Matt Cutts

8 Reasons To Use The Google Disavow Tool By Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts posted a video answering the question "Should I use the disavow tool even if there's not a manual action on my site?"
The short answer is yes. But when?
Matt Cutts offers 8 times when to use the disavow tool. They include:
(1) When you get a manual action, of course.
(2) Webmasters won't remove the bad links to your site or want to charge you to remove them.
(3) You are worried about negative SEO.
(4) You see links pointing to your site you do not want to be associated with.
(5) You saw a link bomb attack and are afraid it might hurt your site.
(6) You are afraid someone will submit a spam report about you.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Matt Cutts Discusses Duplicate Meta Descriptions

Google has released a new Webmaster Help video featuring Matt Cutts talking about duplicate and unique meta descriptions.
Cutts answers this submitted question:
Is it necessary for each single page within my website to have a unique metatag description?

"The way I would think of it is, you can either have a unique metatag description, or you can choose to have no metatag description, but I wouldn’t have duplicate metatag description[s],” Cutts says. “In fact, if you register and verify your site in our free Google Webmaster Tools console, we will tell you if we see duplicate metatag descriptions, so that is something that I would avoid.”

Windows Keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts help you save time by allowing you to never take your hands off the keyboard to use the mouse. You'll need a Standard 101/102-Key or Natural PS/2 Keyboard to use the shortcuts.
Tip: Press ? in Gmail to see a list of keyboard shortcuts.
Some keyboard shortcuts can be used immediately, and others need to be enabled before you can use them.

Shortcuts that are always turned on

These navigational and formatting shortcuts all work whether or not you've enabled the keyboard shortcuts setting.

Use arrow keys to view messages and start composing

While viewing your messages, use your keyboard’s arrow keys to move your cursor to a conversation, label or the compose button. Press Enter to select.

Move between messages in a conversation

While viewing a conversation, use n and p to go the next and previous messages in a conversation thread. Hit Enter to open or collapse a message.

Navigate in compose

Use the following combinations of keys when you have compose windows or chats open.
Shortcut KeyDefinitionAction
Ctrl + Enter
Mac:  + Enter
Send messageAfter composing your message, use this combination to send it.
Ctrl + .
Mac:  + .
Advance to next windowUse this shortcut to move the cursor to the next chat or compose window, or to the main window.
Ctrl + ,
Mac:  + ,
Go to previous windowUse this shortcut to move the cursor to the previous chat or compose window, or to the main window.
Ctrl + Shift + c
Mac:  + Shift + c
Add Cc recipientsWhile composing, takes you to the Cc field to add new recipients.
Ctrl + Shift + b
Mac:  + Shift + b
Add Bcc recipientsWhile composing, takes you to the Bcc field to add new blind recipients.
Ctrl + Shift + f
Mac:  + Shift + f
Change "from" addressWhile composing, takes you to the From field to change your sending address. This shortcut only works if you have configuredadditional sending addresses.
To format your text quickly, check out these formatting shortcuts.

Shortcuts that need to be turned on

Before you can use these keyboard shortcuts, you’ll need to enable keyboard shortcuts in your settings:
  1. Click the  gear in the top right and select Settings.
  2. Find the "Keyboard shortcuts" section and select Keyboard shortcuts on.
  3. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Google's Matt Cutts: Using Keyword Rich Words As Your Comment Name Can Be Spam

As someone who manages a content site with comments, there are things that bother me with some comments I get here. I dislike it when I see comments from people but they use their company name and/or keyword rich anchor text. I know the name hyperlinks to your site, but the links do not count - so it looks (1) spammy and (2) that you don't know SEO because the links don't count anyway.
That being said, Matt Cutts, Google's head of search spam, published a video yesterday telling webmasters who leave comments to "worry about" two types of comments:
(1) Using keyword rich anchor text or your company name, as opposed to your real personal name when commenting.
(2) Using commenting as your primary link building strategy.
If you are doing these, then Google may consider it a link scheme and may take action.
Here is the video:

Will this video reduce the number of comments I get that look like these below? I doubt it:

Easier recovery for hacked sites

We know that as a site owner, discovering your site is hacked with spam or malware is stressful, and trying to clean it up under a time constraint can be very challenging. We’ve been working to make recovery even easier and streamline the cleaning process — we notify webmasters when the software they’re running on their site is out of date, and we’ve set up a dedicated help portal for hacked sites with detailed articles explaining each step of the process to recovery, including videos.
Today, we’re happy to introduce a new feature in Webmaster Tools called Security Issues.
As a verified site owner, you’ll be able to:

  • Find more information about the security issues on your site, in one place.
  • Pinpoint the problem faster with detailed code snippets.
  • Request review for all issues in one go through the new simpified process.

Find more information about the security issues on your site, in one place
Now, when we’ve detected your site may have been hacked with spam or with malware, we’ll show you everything in the same place for easy reference. Information that was previously available in the Malware section of Webmaster Tools, as well as new information about spam inserted by hackers, is now available in Security Issues. On the Security Issues main page, you’ll see the type of hacking, sample URLs if available, and the date when we last detected the issue.

Pinpoint the problem faster with detailed code snippets
Whenever possible, we’ll try to show you HTML and JavaScript code snippets from the hacked URLs and list recommended actions to help you clean up the specific type of hacking we’ve identified.

Google Offers Webmasters New SEO Advice Video

Google has put out a new video of SEO advice from Developer Programs Tech Lead, Maile Ohye. She discusses how to build an organic search strategy for your company.
“What’s a good way to integrate your company’s various online components, such as the website, blog, or YouTube channel? Perhaps we can help!” she says in a blog post about the video. “In under fifteen minutes, I outline a strategic approach to SEO for a mock company, Webmaster Central, where I pretend to be the SEO managing the Webmaster Central Blog.”
Specifically, she discusses: understanding searcher persona workflow, determining company and site goals, auditing your site to best reach your audience, execution, and making improvements.

The video covers these high-level topics (and you can skip to the exact portion of the video that might be of interest):

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

21 Best FREE SEO Tools for On-Page Optimization

Google's official position on webmaster best practices really hasn't changed much over the years. What has changed is the search engine's ability to enforce these guidelines through improved algorithms. The implementation of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird has had a profound impact on the SEO landscape.
Google's Matt Cutts has remarked that no one should be surprised when a website that hasn't followed the guidelines is penalized. What Cutts overlooks or chooses to ignore is something that I have dubbed the "Google Paradox". I suspect the Google paradox is the root cause for one black hat forum member expressing his desire to "punch Matt Cutts in the face" (per Cutts' Pubcon 2013 keynote).
In order to reach the top of the SERPs and stay there in 2013 and beyond, your website must deserve to be there. It needs to be the best in class. It must offer the best user experience in that niche. Fortunately, there are a number of free tools that can help you achieve that goal.

Keyword Research

Developing the right list of keywords remains a staple of SEO, even in 2013. Because the keyword selection has such a profound impact on the overall performance of a website, the keyword selection process shouldn't rely on a single tool.

1. Wordstream

The Wordstream Free Keyword Tool offers thousands of keyword ideas from a huge database of more than a trillion unique searches. This tool outperforms some of the paid alternatives in the market.

2. Keyword Eye Basic

Keyword Eye
Keyword Eye Basic is a visual keyword suggestion tool, that works particularly well for brainstorming sessions.

3. YouTube Keyword Tool

YouTube Keyword Tool
Julie Joyce recently described in detail just how great the YouTube Keyword Tool is for keyword research for all kinds of content, not just video.

Monday, November 11, 2013

How To create a sitelinks through webmaster tools

How To create a sitelinks through webmaster tools

How To create a sitelinks
our site links provided a page rink and index our site a google search engine. our sitelinks is very important . if any people any keywords search in google search engine ralated our keywords our site is top of list how to create a site links through webmaster tools . very simple sign in google webmaster tools throush your gmail account. and click of your site and then

How to Optimize Post Title in our blog

How to Optimize Post Title in our blog
this is a blogger customization if our blogger have not a customization then our blog have no page rank and no index in search engine. so complete the customization then your blog index in google search engine and your post show in google search engine how to optimize post title in your blog see this 
How to Optimize Post Title in our blog
sign in the blogger dashboard and click the template and click the edit html
and now click the the ctrl+f  open a box and this box name search box.

Image Mismatch: The Latest Google Webmaster Tools Manual Action Penalty

Google has a new manual action penalty within their guidelines named image mismatch.
Image mismatch is when the images on your website do not match what is shown in the Google search results. Google words it as “your site’s images may be displaying differently on Google’s search results pages than they are when viewed on your site.” It is when you are serving Google one image and the user another image, also known as a form of cloaking – but Google doesn’t call it cloaking in their document.
This morning, I covered the first manual action publicly received for this image mismatch notification at the Search Engine Roundtable. I posted this screen shot of the notification of the action:

Infographic: How To Troubleshoot Google Authorship Issues, A Step-By-Step Flowchart

In October, I spoke at SMX East about some of the opportunities and challenges when implementing Google Authorship. At about the same time, a good friend of mine reached out to me with her authorship issue. While she appeared to have authorship markup set up correctly on her blog and linked correctly from Google+, her author image wasn’t appearing in SERPs — but did show for others writing on her blog. She’s not the first person to reach out to me with an issue like this.
Authorship setup can be confusing at best, and even when you think you have everything set up correctly, you still may not see your author image. What gives? It turns out that the author image itself can have an effect on whether your authorship snippet is displayed. In the case of my friend, her photo was a close up photo of her face, but it did not show her full face.
Here’s an example of what I mean:
Google prefers to show a full face with the author image, so don’t get too artsy with your selfie! When my friend changed her Google+ profile image to a full-face picture like the one on the right, her authorship snippet began showing.
My friend’s problem, and the problems I’ve seen others face with authorship, inspired me to create the handy flowchart below to help you troubleshoot what may be the issue.  Google also provides a few key points to troubleshoot authorship issues. (View a larger size flowchart here. Download and Embed Codes for the flowchart are available at the end of article. Click on the image to enlarge it.

Matt Cutts Talks Responsive Design Impact On SEO

Google has put out a new Wembaster Help video. In this one, Matt Cutts discusses responsive design and its impact (or lack thereof) on SEO. He takes on the question:
Does a site leveraging responsive design “lose” any SEO benefit compared to a more traditional m. site?
Cutts says, “Whenever you have a site that can work well for regular browsers on the desktop as well as mobile phones, there’s a couple completely valid ways to do it. One is called responsive design, and responsive design just means that the page works totally fine whether you access that URL with a desktop browser or whether you access that URL with a mobile browser. Things will rescale, you know, the page size will be taken into account, and everything works fine. Another way to do it is, depending on the user agent that’s coming, you could do a redirect so that a mobile phone – a mobile smartphone, for example – might get redirected to a mobile dot version of your page, and that’s totally fine as well.”