Archive for July, 2011
So I had a lot of work I had put into some sites that got great rank on their own, and I was super pleased when I launched my own website development company, SanAntonioWebsiteDesign.NET and later website hosting company, HostingSanAntonio.com, to provide my own backlinks for some PR juice share. Well things don’t work like 2008 anymore, and this is actually a good thing! If you noticed during 2009 late in the year your SERP’s (search engine result page, like what you see) got pretty jammed up with crap crap crap. This is due to some great technology that “internet marketers” invented to spin and gin content and complete sites auto-magically. Well Google writes like several hundred changes to its search algorithms per year but it took a fairly large change, which de-ranked a lot of content horde sites like huffpo ect, to get the crap flushed to the wayside. Think of “Internet Marketers” like a bacterial infection, they are good if kept in check with some other organismic bacteria or yogurt or something of the sorts. HOWEVER they multiply like wildfire if they find something that is ahead of googlies curve (these guys are better then good, the best of them make seven+ figures a month) Anyrate….
So Google wrote the prescription to solve a lot of those problems with a few interesting changes.
1. IP server location linking indexation - They now have your n-grams for your nameservers/IP/subnets/and those items in historical context. The usefullness of NS fixation is limited to large scale cases due to servers (guh, you gotta have NS’s) needing NS’s! but the IP addressing issue does exist.
EXAMPLE: What they would expect to see is like this (NS1234.fatcathost.com , ns777.fatcathost.com, ns5321.fatcathost.com) on your different nameservers. If you have all hosts in a circle on ns1.fatcathost.com, ns2.fatcathost.com then you are the same person in that link structure.
SOLUTION: Avoid similar NS hosting patterns on the same subclass C blocks….. so ns1.fatcathost.com=220.127.116.11 ns2.fatcathost.com=18.104.22.168 Not the third octets change, this is why. It is time consuming and you have to buy out dedicated IP blocks but the results are there. (or simply use the link below to setup a hostgator VPs and buy up dedicated IPS and thank me later. I get affiliate $$ off your Hostgator purchase when you use my code and I will continue to spread these nuggets of wisdom): Coupon Code RESELLER2GATOR Saves 25% off for any time period term (like I bought mine for 2 years)
2. Second Item to take into account is that you MUST MUST MUST GeoLocation your domains, meta, H1′s, Bolds and everything else in you on-page structure. Now combine these two time consuming items and you have some rank regained. Oh and BTW don’t bother with switching up old domains and content, they have had your sites server and domain history since January 2011…Big Google=Big Brother? sure but then again that’s what its taking to keep spam hell from being unleashed onto thy search results.
******IF YOU DON’T ALREADY KNOW HOW TO DO ONPAGE STRUCTURES, DONT TRY TO FIGURE OUT ON YOUR OWN!!!! It will take you forever and get you no-place very very very slowly. Use the same tool I use on every project that keeps me on task (the checklists this tool generates are like ungodly large and absolutely critical) Use Internet Business Promoter standard, no need to get the pro unless your an SEO expert that does nothing but this every day all day. (which you are not, or else you would have already stopped reading back at point 2, which you of course know)
If this all seems over your head feel free to contact me to help get your SEO straight, SEO gets done right at San Antonio Web Design
Until next time, -J
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