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Logicgateone Corp. is a local and international provider of quality website designs, online and print graphic presentations, software development and top SEO outsourcing company based in Subic Bay, Philippines. Visit our website at www.logicgateone.com
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Risk-Averse Link Building

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Building links is an incredibly common request of agencies and consultants, and some ways to go about it are far more advisable than others. Whether you're likely to be asked for this work or you're looking to hire someone for it, it's a good idea to have a few rules of thumb. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Russ Jones breaks things down.

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Wild Orchid Beach Resort, Subic Bay Christmas Promo Ad Design | LogicGateOne Corp.

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UMA NATON Mug Design

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Reputation Management SEO: the Art of controlling the SERPs

Reputation Management SEO: the Art of controlling the SERPs | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it
They say you can`t make a second first impression. Like it or not, but potential customers form their first impression of your product or service simply by looking at Google SERPs. So, when they Google your brand name, you would probably want them to see nothing but positive vibes and rave reviews about your company. So, trying to sustain an impeccable brand's reputation is basically the very aim of reputation management SEO.

But then, the BIG question arises: "How the heck do I do this?" So, in this article, I' m going to share with you some advice on how to control search results through reputation management SEO tactics or, in other words, how to become the Lord of the SERPs �.

Sadly enough, the search results' content can hurt the whole bunch of things like: your conversion rate, brand reputation, customers' expectations and satisfaction, etc.

So, let's get straight to the meat of the question and specify what it is in Google's search result pages that we can actually DO change and work on:

 Ranking pages and their order
 SERP features
 Content of ranking pages
 New pages
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Ranking pages and their order

1. Reasons why your site might not be ranking #1

Naturally, when someone is searching for your company in Google, you are expecting them to see your website proudly waving from the first place of the podium, aren't you? However, sometimes it might happen that the position one is brazenly taken by someone else, or your site is nowhere to be seen at all. Well, there is a number of common reasons for that.

Of course, the very first thing to check is whether your site is blocked from indexing or not. Luckily, with the generous help of Website Auditor it's as easy as pie.
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User-generated content: How to make it work for your SEO

User-generated content: How to make it work for your SEO | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it
Like love and marriage, like a horse and carriage, SEO and content have always belonged together. But there's this all-time trouble with content — it just can't be generated 24/7. But does it mean that it can negatively affect your SEO? Well, if you know how to "delegate" content creation to your users, the answer is no. Basically, any kind of content (photos, videos, text posts, product reviews, etc.) that users create and publish on various online platforms can be referred to as user-generated content (UGC).

Now that 88% of shoppers do trust reviews written by other consumers, incorporating UGC in your SEO strategy is a must. What is more, over 25% of the search results for the 20 largest brands in the world are linked to user-generated content. It all brings us to a conclusion that creating opportunities for user-generated content and knowing how to manage it are uber important activities about which I'm going to talk in this article. So, read on!

Why is UGC beneficial for SEO?

Surprisingly enough, many marketers out there don't realize that user-generated content can also immensely boost SEO. Among other pleasant "side effects" are:

1. Optimization for semantic search
As you may know, Google is now going nuts about making the web more mobile-friendly, which means adjusting it to mobile users who tend to ask questions while searching for something. So, thanks to your customers' questions or reviews written in natural language, your website has more chances to win the ranking battle.

2. Search visibility and trust
Adding some microdata (in form of star ratings, for instance) to reviews will surely add credibility and visibility in search results. What is more, about 9% of Google's entire search algorithm is driven by review signals, and reviews from Google+ pages are also automatically shown in rich snippets.

3. Conversions
It's only fair to say that user-generated content is highly appreciated by consumers, as it's created by unbiased people and therefore seems more trustworthy. In fact, 88% of shoppers do trust reviews left by other consumers. On top of that, people who see some positive UGC are converting 161% more than people who don't. Do I even need to say more?

4. Understanding your customers
By looking through user-generated content, you may really get an idea of the way your audience speaks about your product, their motivation, or maybe even some areas of improvement.

5. New keyword opportunities
When users generate some new forms of content, it can naturally utilize some long-tail keywords your site may or may not already be targeting.

6. User engagement
People like being heard, you just can't take it from them. Knowing that, why not provide your users with this opportunity? By doing so, you can kill two birds with one stone increasing their time spent on your site as well as click-through rate.

How to implement various types of UGC?

1. Testimonials
Understandably, when your potential customers form their opinion about your brand, they mostly rely on your website's content. Naturally, some of them might be skeptical or hesitant due to the fact that the way you talk about your own company has no chances to be unbiased. That is why the best way to establish trust and encourage potential buyers to take action is letting your happy customers do the talking. 

But what is even more important, by optimizing your testimonial page for relevant search queries (connected with reviews, testimonials, etc.), you can get yourself a good amount of traffic. Besides, your testimonial page is another indexed website page with some content covering product features, descriptions, and other keywords that you're trying to rank for in the search results. Also, the chance is high that your customers will be using long-tail keywords within the testimonial, which may also help you to rank higher for them. 

Pro Tip: I would massively suggest using Rank Tracker for finding new keyword opportunities to optimize your testimonial page for. Naturally, these queries should contain words like "review" or "testimonial".

1. What you need to do is open Rank Tracker and go to the Keyword Suggestions tab, which is under the Keyword Research module. 

2. There you'll need to pick Google AdWords Keyword Planner and enter your keywords. 

3. After the tool has kindly supplied you with a whole bunch of new keywords ideas, you need to filter out the ones that you don't want to optimize your testimonial page for. 

4. So, hit the funnel icon , which is in the upper right corner, and click Add filter. 

5. Now, set your filter like this: Keyword -> contains -> review. Specify other keywords that you feel like may be in search queries for your testimonial page and hit OK. 

6. For now you can move them to a separate group for your convenience. First, you need to send the selected keywords to the Rank Tracking submodule (right-click them and hit Move Selected Keyword(s) To Rank Tracking). After that, right-click them again and hit Move To Keyword Group. The freshly made group can be found in the Keyword Map submodule.
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IROG Tshirt for Hakab na Olongapo Service 2018

IROG Tshirt for Hakab na Olongapo Service 2018 | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it
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Sample Promotional Video Advertisement by Logicgateone Corporation

Logicgateone Corp. is a local and international provider of quality website designs,online and print graphic presentations, software development, and top SEO Outsourcing Company based in Subic Bay, Philippines. Visit our website at http://logicgateone.com/

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How to Discover and Monitor Bad Backlinks

How to Discover and Monitor Bad Backlinks | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it

Identifying bad backlinks has become easier over the past few years with better tool sets, bigger link indexes, and increased knowledge, but for many in our industry it's still crudely implemented. While the ideal scenario would be to have a professional poring over your link profile and combing each link one-by-one for concerns, for many webmasters that's just too expensive (and, frankly, overkill).



I'm going to walk through a simple methodology using Link Explorer and Excel (although you could do this with Google Sheets just as easily) to combine together the power of Moz Link Explorer, Keyword Explorer Lists, and finally Link Lists to do a comprehensive link audit.

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14 Essential Tips for Improving Your Web Design

14 Essential Tips for Improving Your Web Design | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it
WEBSITE DESIGN | USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN | RESPONSIVE DESIGN

Within 5 seconds of landing on your website, can your visitors determine what your company does? Could users easily navigate to the blog if they need to? Is the layout of your pricing easy to understand? Do you have an extremely high bounce rate?

If you're finding yourself answering ‘no’ to these questions, it might be time to take a hard look at the way you’ve been designing and optimizing your website.

A website can’t simply succeed by excelling in limited aspects (such as solely design or content). It needs to have a design that feeds into your website's user experience, functionality, and appropriately complements your content.

Your website also needs to clearly communicate with your audience what you do, why you do it, and who you do it for. It's easy to get caught up with how great you are as a business, that you forget to make sure we are addressing core concerns your audience has first and foremost.

So, what do you need to know to start improving your web design?

To answer that, here are 14 website tips to ensure that you're going in the right direction in your redesign and are assuring you aren't turning visitors away.

14 Tips for Improving Your Web Design

1. Have a Plan

Don't just start designing your website. To ensure that your website is effectively meeting the needs of your visitors you need to map out your buyer's journey from the first time they visit your website to the moment they become a customer.

What pages are they going to view, what content are they going to read, and what offers are they going to convert on? Understanding this will help you design a site that helps nurture leads through the sales funnel.

You want to design your website for the next step, not the final step. It's all about answering the right questions in the right order. This might be where context comes into play. Take what you already know about your current customers (or even interview them) and research how they went from a visitor to a customer. Then, use this data to map out your strategy.

2. Remove the Following From Your Website

Certain elements on your website are going to detract from the value and message you're trying to convey. Complicated animations, content that’s too long, stocky website images are just a few factors on the list.

With an audience that only has an attention span of 8 seconds, you need to create a first impression that easily gets the main points across. This should be done with short, powerful sections of content and applicable photographs/icons that are sectioned off by clear and concise headers.

If you’ve got those right, then review it and make sure it doesn’t contain jargon or ambiguous terminology. It only serves to muddy your content and confuse your users.

Some words to avoid include next generation, flexible, robust, scalable, easy to use, cutting edge, groundbreaking, best-of-breed, mission critical, innovative ... those are all words that have over used by hundreds if not thousands of companies and don’t make your content any more appealing.
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What to Do with Your Old Blog Posts

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IROG Button Pin Design

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UMA NATON T-shirt Design

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Torch and Trefoil Magazine

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Official Newsletter of Alpha Phi Omega Philippines


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Website Design and Development

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Desktop, Mobile, or Voice?

Desktop, Mobile, or Voice? | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it

We're facing more and more complexity in our everyday work, and the answers to our questions are about as clear as mud. Especially in the wake of the mobile-first index, we're left wondering where to focus our optimization efforts. Is desktop the most important? Is mobile? What about the voice phenomenon sweeping the tech world?

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The Good Turn Magazine

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APO Philippines General Assembly Souvenir Magazine 2018

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How Google Autocomplete Works in Search

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Do you know why Google's autocomplete sometimes delivers irrelevant predictions and how to report these errors? Danny Sullivan explains this interesting search feature from A-Z.

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SEO Myth Busting: 13 Biggest SEO Myths

SEO Myth Busting: 13 Biggest SEO Myths | LogicGateOne Corp. | Scoop.it
SEO, as any area of our life, is swarming with myths and misconceptions. They are usually born out of ignorance, fear, and hunt for quick results. It is like a variety of diet advice — “cut entirely on the food, just eat one weird vegetable three times a day". Yes, you might lose weight. But will it last? Will you be happy in the process? You tell me. 

Same here. People are prone to choose quicker methods. Well, life is too short. Who needs all those long-term results. But we surely need an efficient outcome. Plus, the damage after a quick SEO campaign based on the general misconceptions will take way more time to recover from than applying a well-thought SEO procedure. 

However, while people continue to go for quick results and no research, these myths will never cease to exist. What you need is to recognize them as such and treat any information with caution. Knowledge is power. Thorough knowledge is indestructible! 

I made a compilation of the most popular myths (that made up a nice number of 13) and tried to debunk them once and forever (or at least for some time). Let's see whether we are on the same side, and if not, let's check whether I can change your mind. 

RankBrain, semantic search, AMP, and mobile-first are among the top buzz words of the past twelve months. Penguin and Panda have become smarter and are now part of the core algorithm. 

So, to help you catch the wind and brush up your SEO skills, I've prepared a list of recommendations SEOs should focus on right now.

Contents 

1. SEO is a fraud 
2. SEO is all shenanigans 
3. Google is at war with SEO 
4. One-time SEO effort is enough 
5. Link building is dangerous 
6. CTR is out of the game 
7. Keyword research is a waste of time 
8. Social signals are of no SEO value 
9. Guest blogging is obsolete 
10. High paid rankings = High organic rankings 
11. Keyword-optimized anchor text is bad for your SEO 
12. Separate pages for every keyword is a key to success 
13. SEO is dead
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