Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Google Webmaster Tools Adds “Security Issues” Section

Google has announced the addition of a new section within Webmaster Tools named “Security Issues.” This new section is aimed at better communicating to website owners security issues, such as site hacks, malware, and so on and then giving a more detailed and concise method of fixing the problem and submitting a review request.
In the new security issues section, 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:

You’ll be able to see all sorts of security issues that may be on your site, including malware code injection, error template injection, SQL injection, content injection for spam and much more.
Here is a screen shot of some of these security issues as seen in Webmaster Tools:

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Microblogging Sites List 2014

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Dofollow Pligg Social Bookmarking Sites List 2014

Monday, October 28, 2013

Matt Cutts On Creating More Content For Better Google Rankings

You may think that having more webpages increases your chances of getting better Google rankings. Well, you might be right. Kind of.
This is the topic of the latest Google Webmaster Help video from Matt Cutts.

“I wouldn’t assume that just because you have a large number of indexed pages that you’ll automatically get a higher ranking,” Cutts explains. ” That’s not the case. It is the case that if you have more pages that have different keywords on them, then you have the opportunity where they might be able to rank for the individual queries that a user has. But just having more pages doesn’t automatically mean that you’ll be in good shape or that you’ll get some sort of ranking boost.”

Google Removes Your Manual Penalty But Your Rankings Won't Improve

I see threads like this Google Webmaster Help thread all the time. In summary they say, my manual penalty was revoked by Google after I spent the time cleaning up my mistakes but days, months, and even years later, my rankings, traffic and thus sales have not improved at all.
Often, I'll see people get all excited after Google removes a manual action within Google Webmaster Tools, only to see that as false hope.
In early September, I talked about this in a poll I ran asking Does A Manual Action Removal Impact Google Rankings? We have almost two-hundred responses and the sad results are in.
53% said their rankings never improved, even after a year. 12% said they saw a ranking improvement within days, 14% said within a month, 8% said within 3 months, 7% within 6 months and 7% within a year. But 53% said never.
I didn't ask if they saw a full recovery. If I did, I suspect that 53% number to jump to 90% or higher.
Often, when it is a link penalty, the removal of the penalty doesn't help much. Why? Because those links that once counted, no longer do and thus the rankings will not return until you garner new, quality links.

Google Closing Authorship Project?

AJ Kohn, someone who focuses more on authorship and rich snippets than most SEOs I know, wrote a story named Authorship Is Dead, Long Live Authorship.
In that story, he describes why he thinks the classic Authorship Project is slowing being closed down. In short, he thinks that because classic authorship is opt in, it isn't easy to scale at the size Google needs. So Google uses other methods to extract authorship/rich snippet like data from sources to show the richer data in the search results.
He also notes that Othar Hansson, who worked in the authorship side of search has left to work on Android in the past six months.
AJ wrote:
Authorship then becomes about Google's ability to extract entities from documents, matching those entities to a corpus that contains descriptors of that entity (i.e. – social profiles, official page(s), subjects) and then measuring the activity around that entity....
...The presence of Authorship markup might increase the confidence level of the match but it will likely play a supporting and refining role instead of the defining role in the process.

Penguin 2.1 Recovery Plans – Reclaim your rank now!!

Proven Six Step Penguin 2.1 Recovery Strategy

Google’s Penguin 2.1 has impacted a lot of websites as it has gone deeper to look for spam, analyzing internal pages as opposed to just the homepage of websites in the earlier Penguin 1.0 update . The problem being addressed here was unnatural, manipulative inbound link profiles. What makes a bad link profile?
Google focused on links that were from
• Automated link exchanges
• Low quality article submissions
• Artificial blog networks
• Fake Profiles
• Blog Comment Spam
• Site wide Link Spam (Header/Footer Link)
• Artificial Blogrolls
• Network websites
• Link Exchange Site (reciprocal sites)
• Malware Attacked sites
• Paid links and Link farms
• Adult websites
• Irrelevant websites
• Foreign language websites
• Domain expired sites

Sunday, October 27, 2013

How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Webmaster Tools?

How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Webmaster Tools?

To be successful in your blogging career you must have to generate decent organic traffic to your blog. By the term “organic traffic” I mean the traffic which comes to your blog through search engines like Google. If you are a new blogger then you should be aware with the Google Webmaster Tools. This is a great tool which is provided by Google itself. It helps your blog being indexed in Google and improve its crawling rate. You just need to verify your blog ownership in Google Webmaster Tools and then submit a simple sitemap. It is very important to submit blogger sitemap to Google in terms of SEO which tells Google about your blog and its content. Whenever you update your blog with new posts, your sitemap helps to index them easily in search engines. This is the topic of my today’s post. Let see how to add blogger sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.

Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Webmaster Tools

Below are some easy steps you have to go through in terms to submit your blogspot blog sitemap.

How to Add Custom Robots.txt file in Blogger

What is Robots.txt?

Robots.txt is a text file which contains few lines of simple code. It is saved on the website or blog’s server which instruct the web crawlers to how to index and crawl your blog in the search results. That means you can restrict any web page on your blog from web crawlers so that it can’t get indexed in search engines like your blog labels page, your demo page or any other pages that are not as important to get indexed. Always remember that search crawlers scan the robots.txt file before crawling any web page.
Each blog hosted on blogger have its default robots.txt file which is something look like this:
User-agent: Mediapartners-Google
User-agent: *
Disallow: /search
Allow: /


This code is divided into three sections. Let’s first study each of them after that we will learn how to add custom robots.txt file in blogspot blogs.

How to block a web site in Windows 7

How to block a web site in Windows 7
Windows operating system is having some many features that are not visible to all. One such feature is blocking the web sites which we don't want to see. You children may browser your system and you want to block some known sites like games, other adult sites. In Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating system you can block the sites without any 3rd party software.

All you need to do is to add the web sites in hosts file which is in Windows system folder. This is not a new concept which exists in old version of Windows operating system. It requires administrator permission to modify and save the hosts file.

Host file will map the IP address to a host and it is controlled by the administrator of the system.

To block Web sites

Open the location C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and you can see a list of files.

Open the hosts file in a notepad and you can a default address with and localhost. Below that add the web sites that you want to block. One web site can be added in one line (check the below screen shot) Enter the Default IP address and the website address name
All the IP address should be and the web sites can be any web sites that you want to block. Once you added all the web sites save the file. Even as a administrator you cannot edit the file. You need to assign permission to edit the file and you can start editing the file. Any time you can edit the hosts file and you can add or remove the web sites to allow or block.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Google+ Saved Searches Are Going Away On November 15th

Google is getting rid of the”saved searches” feature in Google+, but if you actually use it, you probably already knew that. It’s more likely that you don’t use it or haven’t used it lately. Otherwise, it probably wouldn’t be going away.
Google is alerting users of the news when they go to actually look at one of the searches they have saved. If you have saved one in the past, it appears in your list of Circles. If you go to “more,” they should show up at the bottom. If you select one, you’ll get a message saying, “Saved searches are going away. Bookmark this page on your browser to save your Google+ search for later.”
If you click the link to “learn more,” Google suggests that you save your searches by simply bookmarking the results page in your web browser. It also says you’ll be able to access the existing saved searches from the “more” menu until November 15th.

Video: Google Matt Cutts Hints At Upcoming SEO Changes At PubCon

One of the highlights of the year for me is Matt Cutts talk at PubCon. So me not being there, being 6,000+ miles away, was unfortunate. It was the first PubCon I've missed in, well, I can't remember.
Anyway, there was some excellent note taking of his presentation, plus PubCon streamed it live, so I saw a glimpse of it. I wanted to pull out the highlights and most important things Matt shared, specific to topics SEOs should be concerned with for the end of this year and 2014.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Google Penalty On WWW Revoked But Remains On Non-WWW

WebmasterWorld thread has an interesting discussion around how a webmaster said his manual penalty was revoked on his WWW but remains on his non WWW.
The non WWW is 301 redirected to the WWW and the WWW is set as the preferred domain in Webmaster Tools.
The webmaster with this problem said:
A site I watch has a manual penalty. After a lot of link cleaning and reconsideration request, Google has revoked penalty on www version, while penalty on non-www version stays. Both www and non-www versions verified in WMT and 301 redirected from non-www to www.
Its about a week now since penalty on www was revoked and the site doesn't even rank for
Have you ever seen this case, where the WWW vs the non WWW don't have timed penalties properly?

Google Is Apparently Reducing Authorship In Results

Matt Cutts spoke at Pubcon in Las Vegas, discussing numerous SEO topics as usual. Bruce Clay has a pretty good basic recap here.
You can see 25 minutes of his speech here:
There doesn’t appear to be a whole lot of big news to come out of the keynote. He discussed a lot of the things Google has been doing that everybody already knows about. He did say that Google is going to be working on combatting hacking and child porn in the coming months, and noted that the reason that Toolbar PageRank hasn’t been updated is because the export feature that sends the data to the toolbar broke, and they didn’t bother to fix it. It’s unclear if they will bother in the future. My guess is no. Trends for webmasters to think about going forward, according to Cutts, include making sure your site looks good on mobile devices, annotating your forms for autocomplete and rich snippets (on reputable sites). Google is also getting better at Javascript. Meanwhile, the page layout algorithm will start having a greater impact on Arabic and Russian sites. One interesting nugget to come out of Cutts’ speech is that Google is apparently going to be reducing the amount of authorship results it shows by 15%, saying that this will improve quality. Google reportedly still sees authorship as a key signal, they just want to “tighten” it to make sure it’s really relevant and useful, from what I gather.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

How to Add Alexa traffic rank Stats Badge on your Blog and Website

Everyone who has a website or Blog should know about Alexa not just a website.Today Alexa traffic rank is valid measure that count the popularity of each site. Alexa traffic rank is updated daily. Which means you're not to worry about how will my Alexa rank improve and how I can attract advisers and improve my online presence.The value of Alexa traffic ranks is very important as a webmaster.Because advertisers check the Alexa rank of the site before dealing with site.So proceeding good Rank in Alexa is really important as a web site owner.

Alexa Inc provides some Widgets for wbmasters and bloggers. One of these gadgets is Alexa traffic rank badge or rank stats widget.It show the alexa rank of particular site andalexa backlinks.By displaying one stats widgets on your site,You can build trust of advisors also amaze your readers.I have brought some codes of these badges.You can add one of desired Alexa traffic rank badges below to your blog or website.

Small Button  (120 x 65)
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How to change Font Size of your blogger blog pages?

How to change Font Size of your blogger blog pages

One considerable aspect of any success blogger is its DESIGN. Template setup,Widget settings and content settings are belonged to Design.Readership and Readability are dominant factors that must have in any site.You know it.Having suitable content width, font size of any blog gives many advantages such as increasing the conversion rate and pageviews per user and also unique page views.

Some users confuse to realize the content of some blogs.Any blog receives the visitors from different of ages.Twenty age visitors can read the content speedily than other readers. Forty age readers get more time to read the content.also some of them aguise pair of spectacles.Sixty age readers get most time to read the articles than other younger readers.most of them ZOOM the web page to read the article clearly.We want all these readers.


In this tutorial you will learn how to change the Font size of your body copy.Font size of your blog is different from each blogs.It is depended on your blog niche,Template/Theme and your writing style.But having undisguised font size is really good for any site.I distinguish that having 16px or more than font size on your site is really good.(16px is equal to 1em),You may think that 16px fonts are big,but it is not.Font Family for "Georgia" and 16px font size is matching for any site.But,don't increase your font size more than your headlines.It will confuse you  and especially your readers.Now let's learn how to change your blogger blog content font size easily.


Change the Font size of your blog


1. Sign in to your blogger account.
2. Go to your Blogger Dashboard--> Select one blog --> Template -->Edit HTML.
3. Now find body selector code on your template within skin tags.
4. You will be found similar Css code like below.

How to Create static pages in Blogger

How to Create static pages in Blogger

What are Blogger static pages?

Blogger allows you to make specific pages like About me,Contact me,Privacy & Terms etc. These pages are Stand-alone pages.You can publish static information on these pages.Static pages are similar to post pages.But There are some differences between post pages and static pages.Static pages are not shown on homepage and not included in Labels.Address of static page is different than usual post pages(Not include the date).It also static pages are not indexed as Archive pages.But Static pages are ranked in Search results highly than some posts.Keyword-rich static pages can rank in higher positions in your search queries.

How to create Static pages?

Step 1 : Sign in to your Blogger account.
Step 2 : Now click on "pages" from the drop down menu near the your blog's title.
Step 3 : Click New page-> Blank page.

Step 4 : Now type your page content from "Compose" mode or edit its content clicking on "HTML" button.

Step 5 : After you add content to page,Click on Preview button to see how it will appear on your blog.

Step 6 : When you finished editing the page,click on Publish button to publicize your static page.

How To Add Horizontal menu bar for Blogger

How To Add Horizontal menu bar for Blogger

Step 1:  Sign in to your Blogger account.
Step 2:  From Blogger Dashboard,go to Layout.
Step 3:  Now click on "Add Gadget" link and find HTML/JavaScript element on the pop up window.
Step 4:  Paste below codes on your "HTML/JavaScript" element and make below changes on the given codes.

#hrnav05 {
font-family:Helvetica,Arial,'DejaVu Sans','Liberation Sans',Freesans,sans-serif;
#hrnav05 li {
#hrnav05 li a {
-moz-transition:all 250ms ease-out;
-webkit-transition:all 250ms ease-out;
-o-transition:all 250ms ease-out;
transition:all 250ms ease-out;
#hrnav05 li a:hover {
box-shadow:inset 0px 0px 8px 10px #ccc;
-moz-transition:all .3s ease-in ;
-webkit-transition:all .3s ease-in ;
-o-transition:all .3s ease-in ;
transition:all .3s ease-in ;
<div id="hrnav05">
<li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Products</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Currency converter</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Our Group</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Blog</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Contact</a></li>

Monday, October 7, 2013

High Page Rank Directory Submission List 2013

High Page Rank Directory Submission List 2013

Approved Article Submission Sites 2013

Approved Article Submission Sites : October 2013

Top 50 Social Bookmarking Submission sites 2014