Do you hear about Structured data or Microdata? If not then I strongly recommend you to go through about Structured data or Microdata tutorial and then immediately come back to Data Highlighter tutorial.
This is, in fact, the first programme every blogger joins especially the new bloggers. Anyways, You can find most of the information about Google Adsense Program on Googles Official Adsense Page.
But before you just sign up with Google Adsense, read why I joined this programme? [Read more…]
If you landed on this page then it is most likely that either you are searching for FREE SEO Tools or SEO tools from Google. Your love for Google does not really matter because in my personal opinion Google does provide a list of Tools which no blogger can ignore.
I personally don’t see using anything else more than Google Tools unless it is Doing a search of more than 1 Trillion per Year.
Google is very dynamic and has retired many of its products in past 10 years.So it is in your best interest to use the existing products & services to its full advantage before they find a place in this Graveyard.
So, here is my list of fully functional Google SEO Tools which you can use today. [Read more…]
Just for the simple reason that this is not only a Google Webmaster Tools Tutorial but your first step towards Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and believe me, you will be a good SEO expert, when you are finished with this Tutorial, so make sure you read till the end.
Before you read this blog, the first thing that you need to do is to Sign Up for Google Webmaster Tools and then Add your WordPress blog to Google Webmaster Tools. You simply need a Gmail account and it should not take more than 5 minutes .I suggest you do it right now. [Read more…]
Google XML Sitemap is the file used by search engines to read the information about all pages and post on your blog or site. Google XML Sitemaps tools are used to generate the file as per SEO compliance.
Do you know, that google and bing like search engines work days and night without stopping to rank your pages for users looking for the relevant information in your post/article/blog.
Sitemap.xml file is the standard which contains the metadata (like URL, update the frequency of post and last updated time) of all your post/pages and informs the search engines how often you make updates to it.