One of the most important things in SEO practices is a wise use of keywords. No need to explain that keywords are vitally important in Search engine optimization works. The name itself shows us its importance - "a key word".
Once introduced this term has been used as one of the major buzzwords in the world of search engine optimization experts. It is called Sandbox effect though such names as Sandboxing or the sandbox effect or the Google penalty are often used. But what is it anyway? Sandbox phenomenon is a temporary Google rank lowering applied to all new domains.
In this short article I'd like to take a closer look on several pluses and minuses caused by using CSS in your website styling. It's not a secret that we cannot picture a modern website without using some serious amount of CSS in it. CSS won its own place under the sun several years ago after evolving from a simple styling solution to a serious web development tool.
Quite long dispute and quite obvious question: what to use? Both tags are used to make text bold and all of those, who understands basic principles of SEO know that bold text provides search engine with some particular information like "hey, this text is bold, so it's probably important stuff!".
This is quite serious question. Nowadays we can see a lot of people who positively think they are capable of doing a great deal of different IT words on their own ranging from web design through web development to SEO solutions. Is that good? Definitely NOT!
Nowadays keyword density is a sort of buzz word. Let's try to understand what it really is and how can it be applied to your own SEO practices. Keyword density is a certain percent of how many times a specific keyword (or keyword sequence) is used on a page.
So often we can hear phrases like "I do SEO so I use following tools" following by an impressive list of tools guys use. In fact - after SEO boom a great deal of software popped up aiming to help SEO guys and make their magical work a bit easier. This short article was planned as a mini research to understand true value of different software products available on SEO market. Closer examination shows that most of SEO programs use Google API that is available for free at Google Webmasters page. So there is a good question - why to pay for all those things if you can obtain all of them for free?