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The Art of Balancing Self-Love and Self-ImprovementHuffington PostIt has been said in the Hindu tradition that we are blessed with 1,000 gifts.
Responsibility of your WordPress security lies in the hands of WordPress core developers, but also in yours. Learn how to harden your website security.
Better check my blogs...
By now you’ve probably read about the recent massive botnet attacks on WordPress websites. While it’s true that WordPress core developers work hard to keep the WordPress platform safe, if you own or operate a WordPre
For those with wordpress sites, this is a good read
It seems we're finally starting to see more of what many have suspected: that others can indeed affect your rankings with bad links – otherwise known as negative SEO. And this time it's going to be damned hard to get the worms back into the can!
Interesting article. Better check who is linking...
Over the years Google has always stated that what others did, in particular, with bad links, can't hurt your sites rankings. Many of us knew differently, but it was always kept somewhat behind closed doors. It wasn't written about nor openly discussed. Discretion being the better part of valor and all that.
Don't do it, otherwise Google will kill you!
SEO itself has always been somewhat of a barrier to entry for online success. In other words, for a new person it's so complex that it takes a long time to
Very useful info.
The difficulty of wading through mirky SEO unknowns will be eased dramatically for every newbie blogger that prints this infographic and hangs it in their kitchen corner office.
200 Ranking Signals in Google Algorythm