Have you ever wondered what to do when people use your RSS feed to scrape (automatically copy) your blog content directly onto their site? How do you ensure that they don’t rank higher in the search engines for that article than you do?
It doesn’t hurt to get credit where credit is due. You could be losing some valid backlinks, if you use a service such as Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds. But that’s easy to fix.
You might not be fully and 100% aware of everyone you are linking to. You could even be linking to a bad-neighborhood site without realizing it. There are a few ways this can happen.
StomperNet teaches SEO, (Search Engine Optimization), eCommerce, and a lot more on the subject of Internet Marketing, but I have primarily learned SEO (Search Engine Optimization) from them. They offer a lot of free information and guidance, as well as a monthly newsletter subscription, and, for those who are up to it, there is a […]
Charles Heflin (author of The Master Plan) has just published one of the best posts I have seen in a long time. I spotted Bigfoot on your Website doing Social Marketing This is a quick, clear, and excellent synopses of basic principles of correct search engine optimization – and what happens in the end when […]
How to see if your Site is in the top Hundred search results If you have a site optimized around a certain keyword and you want to see if it is coming up in the top hundred search results – or if you want to quickly find out what its standings are and you know […]
I’ve just come across a great little tool to help you build a robots.txt file for your website. Robots.txt Generator What is a robots.txt file? It’s basically a little text file you upload to your server which tells search engines which pages or directories of your site you want them to spider (or not spider). […]