How to implement Rich Snippets on your website

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Categories: SEO

Rich snippets are some data formats that search engines can read and use the info in enriching the way search results are presented. You may have come across results in search engines that also show some star ratings next to the results – these are the so called rich snippets. The rich snippets make the search results more eye-catchy, what can result in the end in more visits delivered by search engines – and you want the highly targeted traffic delivered for free by search engines!

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How to install WordPress

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Categories: Wordpress

If you choose to start your blog on the WordPress platform, there are a few things you need to set up in order to make the most out of it. In my opinion, having the WordPress platform installed on a server is pretty straightforward. However for those less familiar with some technical terminology, there are guides that can take you through the process step-by-step.

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How to get .edu and .gov backlinks

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Categories: SEO

Part of the SEO strategy is getting backlinks to your website. The idea would be to have diversified sources of backlinks, and where possible, get backlinks from authority websites. The websites hosted on .edu and .gov domains enjoy a higher authority in search engines as these domains are available for registration only by governmental or educational institutions.

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Pop-up Marketing & Pop up Javascript codes

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Categories: Scripts

We have all came across pop-ups on the Internet, so from this point of view pop-ups need no introduction. However what many webmasters fail to know is that pop-up windows are an effective online marketing method that delivers much better results than banners for example. So if you are generating revenues from banners, you might do a bit better with pop-ups, as long as you are not over-abusing this method.

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