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How to Identify Black Hat SEO

Article by Greg Jordan

For example, posting linked comments on related blogs isn’t considered very problematic, but using software to submit huge quantities of identical or irrelevant comments is definitely viewed as a Black Hat technique.White Hat SEO methods, if done properly, can actually product the best long-term outcome and create a greater impact on the web in general. Several once-common Black Hat techniques have fallen into disuse after search engines successfully developed ways to detect them.Move to the top of the search results pages, increase your visibility, drive traffic to your site–with these promises, it is easy to understand why many companies are tempted to avail of the services of a search engine marketing company that use optimization techniques search engines like Google and Yahoo! consider illegal.Known as Black Hat SEO, these methods include adding hidden texts, creating doorway pages (or, as Google defined them “pages created just for search engines”), key word stuffing (i.e., bombarding your content with too much keywords and phrases), using popular but irrelevant keywords and participating in link farms.Despite the potential benefits they can provide you, however, Black Hat SEO should be avoided like a plague.First of all, the search engines could drop your rankings so low that even the most diligent of searchers would have a hard time finding your site. And a lowered ranking, as any business whose web site has been penalized can tell you, is never a good thing. Kinderstart, a parenting web site for example, experienced a 70% decline in traffic and 80% revenue decrease after Google penalized the site in March 2005 for allegedly using Black Hat SEO techniques.And if you think getting your ranks lowered is bad enough, then read this: in some cases, the search engines even ban sites and remove them from their index list–this means that, unless you’re able to successfully appeal your case, your site will never appear on search engine results page ever again. One example is the case of RICOH Germany. The German web site of the Japanese office-products manufacturer was “de-listed” by Google after the search engine discovered the site using spam techniques to bolster its rankings (the site has been re-listed after the company apologized and its webmaster made the modifications Google demanded).If you’re really unlucky, aside from getting your site removed from the list, you might also suffer from the same embarrassing fate of BMW.de. While the banning of web sites are never really announced (even to the company that owns it), Google’s engineer Mike Cutts announced on his blog the removal of BMW.de’s site from the search engine’s index and even detailed the violations the web site committed. As their very name signifies, their dark ways and objectives lie in promoting web pages and their ranks and they do only care for quick improvement, however transitory their existence may be.Off-Page Analyses: Off-page SEO jobs such as link building, directory submission, article submission, blog commenting and link exchanges, video submission and the likes do also take a considerable period of time for improving page ranks of a website when all ethics are duly followed by a SEO Company. But the scene tells another story. Most of the SEO companies do not stick to the norms. They prefer dark ways. Indiscriminate exchanges of links and the likes to websites of alien kind and software-driven cunning submission of links can dredge the litany of lapses within a short time span.

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Newly Launched Website Family Provides Maximum Sleuthing Power


Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

Infopay has just unveiled a trio of websites designed to help users become their own private investigator with UserSherlock.com, PeopleSherlock.com, EmailSherlock.com and WebsiteSherlock.com. These websites provide the opportunity to learn more information about any person, username or website than previously possible, giving users the power of a super sleuth at their fingertips.

Reverse Username Search: Who Is Visiting Your Chatroom?

UserSherlock.com allows visitors to discover the owners identity of any username utilized on the Internet. From chatrooms to email addresses, UserSherlock connects anyone searching for owner information to their social network profiles, online videos and even eBay stores with a quick and easy reverse username search. Essentially, this high-tech search engine instantly gathers and summarizes all available account information about a usernames owner so that users can determine if they are communicating or doing business with a reputable individual.

Free People Search: Where Are They Now?

If someone is searching for a long-lost friend, co-worker, classmate or family member, PeopleSherlock allows them to access their contact and location information with the click of a mouse. By accessing millions of public records, PeopleSherlock can unveil a persons occupation, known relations, property owned and personal contact information such as address, phone number and email addresses. Users can even confirm they are viewing records for the correct person with age and past known location information. Its also possible to connect to their social network profiles so users can contact them directly, sooner rather than later.

Email Searches: Who Owns That Address?

Anyone who has ever received an email from an unknown address can now instantly search for information about the owner at EmailSherlock, determining if it is in fact a real person or computer-generated spam. These email searches provide details such as name, address and phone number of the owner. Billions of social network profile records are searched by this engine to find accounts linked to an email address, allowing users to immediately see photos, contact information and even videos linked to a searched address.

Website Searches: Who Owns That Site?

WebsiteSherlock allows users to search for any domain and discover the owner of the site, their location and business information, IP address as well as how to contact them. SEO analysis provides details about the pages Google and Alexa ranks, as well as the domains age. This free search engine also provides stats about the number of backlinks associated with the domain and whether it is included in Yahoos directory and DMOZ. Facebook likes, tweets and other stats also provide users details about the popularity of the site.

The Sherlock family of sleuthing sites provides these search engines for free, and does not place a limit on the number of searches conducted. Now curious Internet users can discover identities, contact information and even public records connected to people and electronic information encountered in everyday online communications.







Can i use page search engine optimization in my blogger site?

Question by Dr.Paul: Can i use page search engine optimization in my blogger site?
1) I’ve a blogspot site.I use it for google adsense. Can i use seo(search engine optimization) in it?If yes,then plz say how to do it (video/image tutorial link)!
2) Can i use joomla to design my blogspot site?How to do it?

Best answer:

Answer by Jake
Blogspot blogs have to use the simple platform provided by Google. Really besides optimizing each post for 1 or more search keywords, the main SEO task is getting links from other sites.

An authority on conservative “Whitehat” SEO put together a collection of links that might be helpful.

http://www.seomoz.org/dp/the-internet-marketing-handbook

Their Whiteboard Fridays videos cover interesting advanced SEO concepts,. some probably not useful for simple blogs. http://www.seomoz.org/blog

What do you think? Answer below!

LifeScan and ENER-G combine forces to win green energy CHP award


(PRWEB UK) 29 November 2013

Medical device manufacturer LifeScan and combined heat and power specialist ENER-G have been awarded a top prize for industrial low-carbon energy generation.

Partners LifeScan and ENER-G Combined Power Ltd beat off strong competition to win the industrial and commercial category at the Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) annual awards, presented at a gala ceremony as part of the CHPA’s Heat 2013 conference.

An independent panel of judges applied rigorous criteria, such as carbon reduction, enhanced security of energy supply and lower energy costs, with the ENER-G CHP installation at LifeScan delivering on all counts to win the prestigious accolade.

Since installing the state-of-the-art, gas-fired ENER-G cogeneration system in April 2012, LifeScans Inverness site has reduced its carbon footprint by 625 tonnes per year. This is equivalent to the environmental benefit of removing more than 200 cars from the road or of the carbon dioxide sequestered annually by 512 acres of forest.

LifeScan Scotland, a Johnson & Johnson-owned company, manufactures blood glucose monitoring devices and the Inverness facility is a key research and development location for the global group. In a bid to boost its sustainability rating and meet key green objectives, LifeScan considered several options to reduce carbon emissions and cut energy bills. After evaluation, the company decided CHP would be the most viable option, in terms of cost and carbon savings.

LifeScan approached ENER-G to deliver a CHP installation for the site. After analysis and detailed specification, ENER-G designed, manufactured and installed a 230 kWe CHP system, which has been integrated with site’s boiler network system to supply the manufacturing facility with low-temperature hot water, as well as power. The system is fully containerised and includes roof-mounted dry air coolers.

Carbon emissions at the site have reduced by 21%, and electricity consumption is down by more than half (53%), lowering the energy bill by 27%. As a large site, LifeScan is subject to the CRC Energy Efficiency scheme and the CHP system is making a substantial contribution towards its CRC performance.

LifeScan purchased the CHP system outright and will achieve a return on investment in just over two years. This first installation has been so successful that LifeScan has already decided to purchase another CHP unit from ENER-G, to further reduce carbon emissions. The second unit is due to be operational in the first quarter of 2014.

ENER-G worked with Hulley & Kirwood Consultants and Merritt Merrill Technologies to deliver the project.

Alan Barlow, Managing Director of ENER-G Combined Power Ltd, said: “We are delighted to share this award with LifeScan, who have demonstrated environmental leadership in becoming a low carbon distributed power generator. This success follows our triple success in the 2012 CHPA Awards, where we won two out of five categories for our projects with Tesco and Loughborough University, and received high commendation in a third category for multiple projects across GlaxoSmithKline sites.”

Jason Whitley, LifeScans Facilities Senior Project Engineer, added: We are continually seeking ways to raise our environmental performance and this move to on-site generation of power is a key element of our carbon-cutting strategy. We are very pleased to be partnering with ENER-G, which is able to provide us with a total service from initial design to long-term care of the systems ensuring our commitment to a sustainable future.

CHPA Director Tim Rotheray said: These awards are a tangible recognition of the industrys successes at transforming the way consumers energy needs are met. When so much discussion centres on the challenges of making projects work in an uncertain world, it is fantastic to see these exemplars delivering tangible benefits to consumers.

Combined heat and power the simultaneous generation of electricity and useful heat is almost twice as efficient as conventional power generation as the majority of heat is recovered and used on site, rather than wasted into the atmosphere.

ENER-G delivers small-scale 10kW to 10MW CHP solutions to customers around the world and it offers the broadest product range on the market, incorporating more than 1,400 installed cogeneration systems across the globe powered by natural gas, biogas, diesel, biogas, propane or biodiesel.

Its UK-designed and manufactured systems are used in hospitals, hotels, leisure centres, supermarkets and factories worldwide. Systems up to 2MWe capacity units can be delivered and packaged as a single unit with the controls, heat recovery units and engine housed in compact, acoustically-insulated enclosures. These are suitable for either internal or external installation. Above 1MWe, every ENER-G cogeneration unit is bespoke, with the engine and system designed to meet each application.

Further information: http://www.energ.co.uk/chp

Caption: Pictured (l-r) are Tim Rotheray, CHPA Director; Ian Hopkins and Heather Foster of ENER-G Combined Power and Award sponsor Phil Hindley, Industrial Sales Manager, Total UK Lubricants.







How can I display traffic info next to search engine results?

Question by Baba: How can I display traffic info next to search engine results?
For example, a plugin that, when searching Google for “Question and Answer websites”, will show Answerbag and Yahoo.com results with Alexa traffic ratings next to them. Or preferably, sort results by traffic statistics.

Best answer:

Answer by Sam
For Firefox = Alexa Sparky [Free]
-https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/alexa-sparky/

For chrome = Alexa Traffic Rank [Free]
-https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/alexa-traffic-rank/cknebhggccemgcnbidipinkifmmegdel?hl=en

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Learn How To Improve Search Engine Ranking Effectively With WordPress Seo Domination Program V-kool


Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

WordPress http://vkool.com/how-to-improve-search-engine-ranking-with-wordpress-seo-domination/

To direct access to the official site.

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About the website: Vkool.com is the site built by Tony Nguyen. The site supplies people with tips, ways, programs, methods and e-books about many topics including business, health, entertainment, and lifestyle. People could send their feedback to Tony Nguyen on any digital products via email.







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Haiku Reviews: From Beethoven To 'Afternoon Delight'

Haiku Reviews: From Beethoven To 'Afternoon Delight'
HuffPost Arts&Culture's Haiku Reviews is a monthly feature where invited critics review exhibitions and performances in short form. Some will be in the traditional haiku form of 5x7x5 syllables, others might be a sonnet and some might be more free-form.
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Is the Russian-Vietnamese search engine CocCoc really beating Google in
At that time, CocCoc had just about 300,000 monthly users (meaning very few daily searches). Since then, the company spent heavily on advertisements … dedicated to soccer is ranked as number one. Anybody Tech in Asia

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can anyone tell me some good ways to promote my blog?

Question by kydad: can anyone tell me some good ways to promote my blog?
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