Cool Remote Controlled Stuff From The Movies

Remote control Cool Remote Controlled Stuff From The Movies

Everywhere you look in modern life you’ll see a remote control. Televisions, Xboxes, Cars- they’ve all got them. None of these are particularly cool, but remote controls from the movies tell a different story. They’ll let you control pretty much anything, from your own life to a fighting robot!

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Secrets of Keyword Density to Boost Your Site Traffic [SEO]

Keyword Density

There isn’t a single business owner who is not interested to know how to boost the traffic to their websites. The question about improving reputability and rank of a certain website is a lot more than series of yes and no answers. Before they can get to the information they require, business owners must firstly learn the basics about business and website promotion. Only after they learn terms such as keyword density, black and white hat techniques and Google spiders, they will be ready to start finding the answers to more complex questions such as the one about building a strong online presence, finding the most popular keywords and so on.

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How to Write a Fantastic Guest Post

Fantastic blog post 400x282 How to Write a Fantastic Guest Post

This is a risky title for a post as I’m potentially opening myself up to what I like to call ultra-critique. Telling people how to write fantastic content is a dangerous topic to get into, as your own writing needs to be absolutely spot on. I’m not sure this is something that I’m going to achieve, but after writing (and publishing) what feels like thousands of guest posts in recent months I’ve definitely noticed a distinct trend in styles and personalities.

The first thing that almost goes without saying is that you shouldn’t be writing just to get a link. In doing that you would be devaluing one of the most effective and gratifying areas of SEO that, happily, has taken over from the horror that was article spinning. We’re now in a position where we can write great content and be rewarded for it – both through better rankings and increased exposure. In return, however, you should be giving other blog owners some of your best content.

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Tips on How to Lower Your Bounce Rate In Google Analytics

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The Google Analytics application is a very useful tool for webmasters to analyze the strength of their blog. Among the many statistics available is something called bounce rate. This is listed as a percentage and details how many visitors to your site leave without ever visiting another page on your site. A high bounce rate means that viewers are not sticking around to explore everything your blog has to offer. They are simply brought into your site through a link or search engine, peruse one article, and promptly leave to go on with their Internet journeys. Analyzing your site’s bounce rate is a great way to determine whether readers are getting real value from your blog or just merely stopping by.

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Panda Update – 5 Fixes For The Latest Google Adjustment

Kung fu panda eyes 31000 e1321419951597 400x166 Panda Update 5 Fixes For The Latest Google Adjustment

If your site is still suffering from the adjustment made to Google’s algorithm in mid October, I’ve got some ideas I’d like to share with you on how you can turn this trend around.

It’s been almost a month now since Google made the change that affected thousands of sites. According to the data that I have available to me, most sites that were affected suffered a reduction in ranking but were still on the first page or at the top of the second page. However I’ve read posts in various chat forums from some webmasters that say their traffic has been cut in half and their page rankings were in the toilet.

I know how disappointing it can be to see your hard work go poof overnight but if you sit back and take a hard look at what happened and why, I’m confidant you’ll be able to fix your pages so they once again get the ranking they had…or at least close to it.

But keep this in mind…as adjustments go this wasn’t a big one and I believe it is correctable.

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