A ‘Page Rank’ is a number Google gives to a web page that represents how important Google thinks the page is on the web. When one page links to another, Google considers it to be effectively casting a vote for the other page. The more ‘votes’ there are for a page across the whole web, the more important that page must be.
The importance of the page that is casting the vote determines how important the vote itself really is, meaning in Google calculations a page’s importance comes from the votes cast for it. These votes are then taken into account when the page is ranked.
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Most bloggers love when their traffic is high and they have a great deal of fans. Getting to that popular point can be a little difficult however. If you want to have a successful blog, you will need to make sure all of the components are there.
One of the most important components to have within your blog is scan-ability. This really means that your blog is scan able, or easy to go through quickly while still capturing the main points of your posts.
Use these seven tips to make sure your blog is scan able and you will see an increase in traffic to your site.
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Alexa is a very powerful tool, used to rank website traffic. The relationship between how Alexa rates your website and how popular your website is, however, isn’t as obvious as it might seem. You need to consider your website’s ranking, links, traffic, and many other factors. Many of these factors are hidden and known only to the most experienced Alexa users.
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If you’re like 90% of web users, then you use Internet Explorer, Microsoft’s web browser. Why? Well, because it comes with Windows, usually, and it’s there on your desktop when you first want to use the web. When you’re creating a website, however, you have to consider the other 10% of the web’s users, the ones who use alternative web browsers.
If you don’t test your site in each one of these browsers, you might be in surprise when a large part of the web can’t use it. Here’s a guide to the most common alternative web browsers.
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How many times have you surf the Internet and noticed that most e-zines and websites have advertisements posted all around its pages? Flashing ads that are popping up and blocking your view are often hard to get rid of. Even some search engines and directories carry sponsor ads. Sometimes those sponsor ads can get in the way, but sometimes the ad appears too tempting not to check. If it was not for those sponsor ads, you might not have realized a specific business or website existed.
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