Your Questions About Google Seo Tools Website

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Sharon asks…

How do you use Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is one of the most widely used analytics tools for measuring and improving website performance, traffic sources, ROI, and conversion rates. Website developers and Online Marketers should be aware how to utilize Google Analytics for their SEO, SEM and Marketing Campaigns. http://www.creativewebsitedesigns.com.au

admin answers:

Read some of the tips:

This is something that might just lead you in your way…

The Books they offer are optional but essential.

Http://sbiaffiliate.com

Sandra asks…

I am having a heck of a time getting my website listed on yahoo! and google. What am I doing wrong?

I have a great domain name that I cant seem to get to index on the search engines. I have signed up for webmaster tools, created a sitemap, a robots.txt file and everything! I have thought maybe my site had once been banned by google, so I went to check on ask to be reconsidered (and yes I verified ownership), but under ‘tools‘ ask to be reconsidered isnt there, so it must note be banned. even when doing an operator seach like site:***.com i get nothing. And yes there are several other sites linking to this. (they may be having the same problem though)
What am I missing here???

If you need to be able to analyze the site to answer it is at
www.airsoftboard.com

Please know, I am not spamming by naming the site, it is there to help me get an answer to my question.

why are the search engines shunning me?
I’d really like a Yahoo! and Google listing!
Ive even had ads on yahoo publisher and adwords.

please help! I cant afford to contract an SEO

admin answers:

How long has the site been going

Laura asks…

How Do I Improve My Google Ranking?

I currently own the website numeroten.com and have been trying to do some SEO Optimization. I use iWeb to edit my website and it isn’t really the friendliest web site editor for SEO. I Do have Rage’s iWeb SEO Tool. which I have been using to help. Right now it is taking some time for Google to re index my site 1 to 2 weeks and updates take a while. I do know about adding titles, key words, and meta tags. Can anything else help me?

admin answers:

Linkbacks help with SEO. Get in touch with other sites webmasters and ask them if you post a link on your site to their website if they will do the same for you. Don’t post the links in a intrusive manner, maybe a sectio like, other useful sites, or sites you might like.

Lizzie asks…

How long google page rank will appear?

1. May i know if i buy 100 pr5 backlinks for my website today, how long google will change my page rank?

2. Also, if i submit my website to one pr7 website and one pr6 website, about 20 links of my site inside this 2 pr7 and pr6 website. Can i get my website page rank improve to pr5++ to pr6? I was according to this chart: http://services-seo.net/pagerank-calculator/index.php?do=1

Is this tool accurate enough?

Many thanks…

admin answers:

1. If you are buying links, be sure that it “falls under the radar” because Google is devaluing (essentially making them ineffective for passing page rank) paid links. So, to directly answer your question. . . Your websites toolbar page rank may never change or eventually go down, especially if you are buying links.

The “toolbar” page rank is different from Google’s internal page rank.

2. Maybe for a rough gauge as to how many links make up a PR 7 website you should find some & do some research on their incoming links; I’ve never had a PR 6 website & I’ve never worked to increase my page rank. Personally, I would think that only a science/math major would be able to easily work with the equation listed, and there is no guarantee that this equation is what Google uses at this day in time to calculate their internal or toolbar page rank. If you could grab the current formula that Google uses to asses page rank, then possibly you could have a better idea whether or not this was accurate.

Mark asks…

What should I do after I redirect from an old domain name to a new domain name?

About 2 weeks ago, I changed the domain name of my website to a new domain name using the redirect 301 feature in my hosting service (HostMonster), figuring the new domain had more broader appeal as far as SEO purposes (included “losangeles” instead of smaller city “montebello”). I am still keeping my old domain as I have been told that linking domains (through redirect 301) to your main domain helps the SEO.

Now my question is “should I keep the content intact in the old domain or should I empty the files?”. Already Google Webmaster Tools is detecting errors in the old domain, mostly “url not found” and “redirect error” when it crawls the old domain (although the old domain automatically redirects entirely to the new domain). Is this normal and should I leave the old domain as is or should I empty contents??

My new domain is progressing OK as far as Google Webmaster Tools is concerned, although not as fast as the old domain when I first hosted it (only a couple of weeks prior to hosting the second and now my actual domain to my website).

Please give me your insight.

admin answers:

When you redirect your pages via 301 redirect method, Google crawler must not show any errors. Is is showing errors means something is wrong with your redirection.

Google crawler is not finding some urls, signify that at least some pages are not being redirected correctly. In this way you can actually find out which urls are broken. OR you can use a free tool which helps you find broken links while 301 redirection is applied. Means something is wrong with your redirection.

Yes, you can delete files on older domain to increase available web space. But since you are using unlimited webspace you must not be worried about webspace. Moreover you must check traffic ( in file size ) for older files. It must be very close to zero. If it is not something is wrong with your redirection.

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    Betty asks…

    How do you use Google Analytics?

    Google Analytics is one of the most widely used analytics tools for measuring and improving website performance, traffic sources, ROI, and conversion rates. Website developers and Online Marketers should be aware how to utilize Google Analytics for their SEO, SEM and Marketing Campaigns. http://www.creativewebsitedesigns.com.au

    admin answers:

    Read some of the tips:

    This is something that might just lead you in your way…

    The Books they offer are optional but essential.

    Http://sbiaffiliate.com

    Susan asks…

    I am having a heck of a time getting my website listed on yahoo! and google. What am I doing wrong?

    I have a great domain name that I cant seem to get to index on the search engines. I have signed up for webmaster tools, created a sitemap, a robots.txt file and everything! I have thought maybe my site had once been banned by google, so I went to check on ask to be reconsidered (and yes I verified ownership), but under ‘tools‘ ask to be reconsidered isnt there, so it must note be banned. even when doing an operator seach like site:***.com i get nothing. And yes there are several other sites linking to this. (they may be having the same problem though)
    What am I missing here???

    If you need to be able to analyze the site to answer it is at
    www.airsoftboard.com

    Please know, I am not spamming by naming the site, it is there to help me get an answer to my question.

    why are the search engines shunning me?
    I’d really like a Yahoo! and Google listing!
    Ive even had ads on yahoo publisher and adwords.

    please help! I cant afford to contract an SEO

    admin answers:

    How long has the site been going

    Lizzie asks…

    How Do I Improve My Google Ranking?

    I currently own the website numeroten.com and have been trying to do some SEO Optimization. I use iWeb to edit my website and it isn’t really the friendliest web site editor for SEO. I Do have Rage’s iWeb SEO Tool. which I have been using to help. Right now it is taking some time for Google to re index my site 1 to 2 weeks and updates take a while. I do know about adding titles, key words, and meta tags. Can anything else help me?

    admin answers:

    Linkbacks help with SEO. Get in touch with other sites webmasters and ask them if you post a link on your site to their website if they will do the same for you. Don’t post the links in a intrusive manner, maybe a sectio like, other useful sites, or sites you might like.

    Daniel asks…

    How long google page rank will appear?

    1. May i know if i buy 100 pr5 backlinks for my website today, how long google will change my page rank?

    2. Also, if i submit my website to one pr7 website and one pr6 website, about 20 links of my site inside this 2 pr7 and pr6 website. Can i get my website page rank improve to pr5++ to pr6? I was according to this chart: http://services-seo.net/pagerank-calculator/index.php?do=1

    Is this tool accurate enough?

    Many thanks…

    admin answers:

    1. If you are buying links, be sure that it “falls under the radar” because Google is devaluing (essentially making them ineffective for passing page rank) paid links. So, to directly answer your question. . . Your websites toolbar page rank may never change or eventually go down, especially if you are buying links.

    The “toolbar” page rank is different from Google’s internal page rank.

    2. Maybe for a rough gauge as to how many links make up a PR 7 website you should find some & do some research on their incoming links; I’ve never had a PR 6 website & I’ve never worked to increase my page rank. Personally, I would think that only a science/math major would be able to easily work with the equation listed, and there is no guarantee that this equation is what Google uses at this day in time to calculate their internal or toolbar page rank. If you could grab the current formula that Google uses to asses page rank, then possibly you could have a better idea whether or not this was accurate.

    Lisa asks…

    What should I do after I redirect from an old domain name to a new domain name?

    About 2 weeks ago, I changed the domain name of my website to a new domain name using the redirect 301 feature in my hosting service (HostMonster), figuring the new domain had more broader appeal as far as SEO purposes (included “losangeles” instead of smaller city “montebello”). I am still keeping my old domain as I have been told that linking domains (through redirect 301) to your main domain helps the SEO.

    Now my question is “should I keep the content intact in the old domain or should I empty the files?”. Already Google Webmaster Tools is detecting errors in the old domain, mostly “url not found” and “redirect error” when it crawls the old domain (although the old domain automatically redirects entirely to the new domain). Is this normal and should I leave the old domain as is or should I empty contents??

    My new domain is progressing OK as far as Google Webmaster Tools is concerned, although not as fast as the old domain when I first hosted it (only a couple of weeks prior to hosting the second and now my actual domain to my website).

    Please give me your insight.

    admin answers:

    When you redirect your pages via 301 redirect method, Google crawler must not show any errors. Is is showing errors means something is wrong with your redirection.

    Google crawler is not finding some urls, signify that at least some pages are not being redirected correctly. In this way you can actually find out which urls are broken. OR you can use a free tool which helps you find broken links while 301 redirection is applied. Means something is wrong with your redirection.

    Yes, you can delete files on older domain to increase available web space. But since you are using unlimited webspace you must not be worried about webspace. Moreover you must check traffic ( in file size ) for older files. It must be very close to zero. If it is not something is wrong with your redirection.

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      Ruth asks…

      How do you use Google Analytics?

      Google Analytics is one of the most widely used analytics tools for measuring and improving website performance, traffic sources, ROI, and conversion rates. Website developers and Online Marketers should be aware how to utilize Google Analytics for their SEO, SEM and Marketing Campaigns. http://www.creativewebsitedesigns.com.au

      admin answers:

      Read some of the tips:

      This is something that might just lead you in your way…

      The Books they offer are optional but essential.

      Http://sbiaffiliate.com

      Chris asks…

      I am having a heck of a time getting my website listed on yahoo! and google. What am I doing wrong?

      I have a great domain name that I cant seem to get to index on the search engines. I have signed up for webmaster tools, created a sitemap, a robots.txt file and everything! I have thought maybe my site had once been banned by google, so I went to check on ask to be reconsidered (and yes I verified ownership), but under ‘tools‘ ask to be reconsidered isnt there, so it must note be banned. even when doing an operator seach like site:***.com i get nothing. And yes there are several other sites linking to this. (they may be having the same problem though)
      What am I missing here???

      If you need to be able to analyze the site to answer it is at
      www.airsoftboard.com

      Please know, I am not spamming by naming the site, it is there to help me get an answer to my question.

      why are the search engines shunning me?
      I’d really like a Yahoo! and Google listing!
      Ive even had ads on yahoo publisher and adwords.

      please help! I cant afford to contract an SEO

      admin answers:

      How long has the site been going

      William asks…

      How Do I Improve My Google Ranking?

      I currently own the website numeroten.com and have been trying to do some SEO Optimization. I use iWeb to edit my website and it isn’t really the friendliest web site editor for SEO. I Do have Rage’s iWeb SEO Tool. which I have been using to help. Right now it is taking some time for Google to re index my site 1 to 2 weeks and updates take a while. I do know about adding titles, key words, and meta tags. Can anything else help me?

      admin answers:

      Linkbacks help with SEO. Get in touch with other sites webmasters and ask them if you post a link on your site to their website if they will do the same for you. Don’t post the links in a intrusive manner, maybe a sectio like, other useful sites, or sites you might like.

      Sandy asks…

      How long google page rank will appear?

      1. May i know if i buy 100 pr5 backlinks for my website today, how long google will change my page rank?

      2. Also, if i submit my website to one pr7 website and one pr6 website, about 20 links of my site inside this 2 pr7 and pr6 website. Can i get my website page rank improve to pr5++ to pr6? I was according to this chart: http://services-seo.net/pagerank-calculator/index.php?do=1

      Is this tool accurate enough?

      Many thanks…

      admin answers:

      1. If you are buying links, be sure that it “falls under the radar” because Google is devaluing (essentially making them ineffective for passing page rank) paid links. So, to directly answer your question. . . Your websites toolbar page rank may never change or eventually go down, especially if you are buying links.

      The “toolbar” page rank is different from Google’s internal page rank.

      2. Maybe for a rough gauge as to how many links make up a PR 7 website you should find some & do some research on their incoming links; I’ve never had a PR 6 website & I’ve never worked to increase my page rank. Personally, I would think that only a science/math major would be able to easily work with the equation listed, and there is no guarantee that this equation is what Google uses at this day in time to calculate their internal or toolbar page rank. If you could grab the current formula that Google uses to asses page rank, then possibly you could have a better idea whether or not this was accurate.

      Lisa asks…

      What should I do after I redirect from an old domain name to a new domain name?

      About 2 weeks ago, I changed the domain name of my website to a new domain name using the redirect 301 feature in my hosting service (HostMonster), figuring the new domain had more broader appeal as far as SEO purposes (included “losangeles” instead of smaller city “montebello”). I am still keeping my old domain as I have been told that linking domains (through redirect 301) to your main domain helps the SEO.

      Now my question is “should I keep the content intact in the old domain or should I empty the files?”. Already Google Webmaster Tools is detecting errors in the old domain, mostly “url not found” and “redirect error” when it crawls the old domain (although the old domain automatically redirects entirely to the new domain). Is this normal and should I leave the old domain as is or should I empty contents??

      My new domain is progressing OK as far as Google Webmaster Tools is concerned, although not as fast as the old domain when I first hosted it (only a couple of weeks prior to hosting the second and now my actual domain to my website).

      Please give me your insight.

      admin answers:

      When you redirect your pages via 301 redirect method, Google crawler must not show any errors. Is is showing errors means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Google crawler is not finding some urls, signify that at least some pages are not being redirected correctly. In this way you can actually find out which urls are broken. OR you can use a free tool which helps you find broken links while 301 redirection is applied. Means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Yes, you can delete files on older domain to increase available web space. But since you are using unlimited webspace you must not be worried about webspace. Moreover you must check traffic ( in file size ) for older files. It must be very close to zero. If it is not something is wrong with your redirection.

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      Carol asks…

      How do you use Google Analytics?

      Google Analytics is one of the most widely used analytics tools for measuring and improving website performance, traffic sources, ROI, and conversion rates. Website developers and Online Marketers should be aware how to utilize Google Analytics for their SEO, SEM and Marketing Campaigns. http://www.creativewebsitedesigns.com.au

      admin answers:

      Read some of the tips:

      This is something that might just lead you in your way…

      The Books they offer are optional but essential.

      Http://sbiaffiliate.com

      Michael asks…

      I am having a heck of a time getting my website listed on yahoo! and google. What am I doing wrong?

      I have a great domain name that I cant seem to get to index on the search engines. I have signed up for webmaster tools, created a sitemap, a robots.txt file and everything! I have thought maybe my site had once been banned by google, so I went to check on ask to be reconsidered (and yes I verified ownership), but under ‘tools‘ ask to be reconsidered isnt there, so it must note be banned. even when doing an operator seach like site:***.com i get nothing. And yes there are several other sites linking to this. (they may be having the same problem though)
      What am I missing here???

      If you need to be able to analyze the site to answer it is at
      www.airsoftboard.com

      Please know, I am not spamming by naming the site, it is there to help me get an answer to my question.

      why are the search engines shunning me?
      I’d really like a Yahoo! and Google listing!
      Ive even had ads on yahoo publisher and adwords.

      please help! I cant afford to contract an SEO

      admin answers:

      How long has the site been going

      Helen asks…

      How Do I Improve My Google Ranking?

      I currently own the website numeroten.com and have been trying to do some SEO Optimization. I use iWeb to edit my website and it isn’t really the friendliest web site editor for SEO. I Do have Rage’s iWeb SEO Tool. which I have been using to help. Right now it is taking some time for Google to re index my site 1 to 2 weeks and updates take a while. I do know about adding titles, key words, and meta tags. Can anything else help me?

      admin answers:

      Linkbacks help with SEO. Get in touch with other sites webmasters and ask them if you post a link on your site to their website if they will do the same for you. Don’t post the links in a intrusive manner, maybe a sectio like, other useful sites, or sites you might like.

      Lizzie asks…

      How long google page rank will appear?

      1. May i know if i buy 100 pr5 backlinks for my website today, how long google will change my page rank?

      2. Also, if i submit my website to one pr7 website and one pr6 website, about 20 links of my site inside this 2 pr7 and pr6 website. Can i get my website page rank improve to pr5++ to pr6? I was according to this chart: http://services-seo.net/pagerank-calculator/index.php?do=1

      Is this tool accurate enough?

      Many thanks…

      admin answers:

      1. If you are buying links, be sure that it “falls under the radar” because Google is devaluing (essentially making them ineffective for passing page rank) paid links. So, to directly answer your question. . . Your websites toolbar page rank may never change or eventually go down, especially if you are buying links.

      The “toolbar” page rank is different from Google’s internal page rank.

      2. Maybe for a rough gauge as to how many links make up a PR 7 website you should find some & do some research on their incoming links; I’ve never had a PR 6 website & I’ve never worked to increase my page rank. Personally, I would think that only a science/math major would be able to easily work with the equation listed, and there is no guarantee that this equation is what Google uses at this day in time to calculate their internal or toolbar page rank. If you could grab the current formula that Google uses to asses page rank, then possibly you could have a better idea whether or not this was accurate.

      Mark asks…

      What should I do after I redirect from an old domain name to a new domain name?

      About 2 weeks ago, I changed the domain name of my website to a new domain name using the redirect 301 feature in my hosting service (HostMonster), figuring the new domain had more broader appeal as far as SEO purposes (included “losangeles” instead of smaller city “montebello”). I am still keeping my old domain as I have been told that linking domains (through redirect 301) to your main domain helps the SEO.

      Now my question is “should I keep the content intact in the old domain or should I empty the files?”. Already Google Webmaster Tools is detecting errors in the old domain, mostly “url not found” and “redirect error” when it crawls the old domain (although the old domain automatically redirects entirely to the new domain). Is this normal and should I leave the old domain as is or should I empty contents??

      My new domain is progressing OK as far as Google Webmaster Tools is concerned, although not as fast as the old domain when I first hosted it (only a couple of weeks prior to hosting the second and now my actual domain to my website).

      Please give me your insight.

      admin answers:

      When you redirect your pages via 301 redirect method, Google crawler must not show any errors. Is is showing errors means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Google crawler is not finding some urls, signify that at least some pages are not being redirected correctly. In this way you can actually find out which urls are broken. OR you can use a free tool which helps you find broken links while 301 redirection is applied. Means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Yes, you can delete files on older domain to increase available web space. But since you are using unlimited webspace you must not be worried about webspace. Moreover you must check traffic ( in file size ) for older files. It must be very close to zero. If it is not something is wrong with your redirection.

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      Nancy asks…

      How do you use Google Analytics?

      Google Analytics is one of the most widely used analytics tools for measuring and improving website performance, traffic sources, ROI, and conversion rates. Website developers and Online Marketers should be aware how to utilize Google Analytics for their SEO, SEM and Marketing Campaigns. http://www.creativewebsitedesigns.com.au

      admin answers:

      Read some of the tips:

      This is something that might just lead you in your way…

      The Books they offer are optional but essential.

      Http://sbiaffiliate.com

      Carol asks…

      I am having a heck of a time getting my website listed on yahoo! and google. What am I doing wrong?

      I have a great domain name that I cant seem to get to index on the search engines. I have signed up for webmaster tools, created a sitemap, a robots.txt file and everything! I have thought maybe my site had once been banned by google, so I went to check on ask to be reconsidered (and yes I verified ownership), but under ‘tools‘ ask to be reconsidered isnt there, so it must note be banned. even when doing an operator seach like site:***.com i get nothing. And yes there are several other sites linking to this. (they may be having the same problem though)
      What am I missing here???

      If you need to be able to analyze the site to answer it is at
      www.airsoftboard.com

      Please know, I am not spamming by naming the site, it is there to help me get an answer to my question.

      why are the search engines shunning me?
      I’d really like a Yahoo! and Google listing!
      Ive even had ads on yahoo publisher and adwords.

      please help! I cant afford to contract an SEO

      admin answers:

      How long has the site been going

      Daniel asks…

      How Do I Improve My Google Ranking?

      I currently own the website numeroten.com and have been trying to do some SEO Optimization. I use iWeb to edit my website and it isn’t really the friendliest web site editor for SEO. I Do have Rage’s iWeb SEO Tool. which I have been using to help. Right now it is taking some time for Google to re index my site 1 to 2 weeks and updates take a while. I do know about adding titles, key words, and meta tags. Can anything else help me?

      admin answers:

      Linkbacks help with SEO. Get in touch with other sites webmasters and ask them if you post a link on your site to their website if they will do the same for you. Don’t post the links in a intrusive manner, maybe a sectio like, other useful sites, or sites you might like.

      Chris asks…

      How long google page rank will appear?

      1. May i know if i buy 100 pr5 backlinks for my website today, how long google will change my page rank?

      2. Also, if i submit my website to one pr7 website and one pr6 website, about 20 links of my site inside this 2 pr7 and pr6 website. Can i get my website page rank improve to pr5++ to pr6? I was according to this chart: http://services-seo.net/pagerank-calculator/index.php?do=1

      Is this tool accurate enough?

      Many thanks…

      admin answers:

      1. If you are buying links, be sure that it “falls under the radar” because Google is devaluing (essentially making them ineffective for passing page rank) paid links. So, to directly answer your question. . . Your websites toolbar page rank may never change or eventually go down, especially if you are buying links.

      The “toolbar” page rank is different from Google’s internal page rank.

      2. Maybe for a rough gauge as to how many links make up a PR 7 website you should find some & do some research on their incoming links; I’ve never had a PR 6 website & I’ve never worked to increase my page rank. Personally, I would think that only a science/math major would be able to easily work with the equation listed, and there is no guarantee that this equation is what Google uses at this day in time to calculate their internal or toolbar page rank. If you could grab the current formula that Google uses to asses page rank, then possibly you could have a better idea whether or not this was accurate.

      Lisa asks…

      What should I do after I redirect from an old domain name to a new domain name?

      About 2 weeks ago, I changed the domain name of my website to a new domain name using the redirect 301 feature in my hosting service (HostMonster), figuring the new domain had more broader appeal as far as SEO purposes (included “losangeles” instead of smaller city “montebello”). I am still keeping my old domain as I have been told that linking domains (through redirect 301) to your main domain helps the SEO.

      Now my question is “should I keep the content intact in the old domain or should I empty the files?”. Already Google Webmaster Tools is detecting errors in the old domain, mostly “url not found” and “redirect error” when it crawls the old domain (although the old domain automatically redirects entirely to the new domain). Is this normal and should I leave the old domain as is or should I empty contents??

      My new domain is progressing OK as far as Google Webmaster Tools is concerned, although not as fast as the old domain when I first hosted it (only a couple of weeks prior to hosting the second and now my actual domain to my website).

      Please give me your insight.

      admin answers:

      When you redirect your pages via 301 redirect method, Google crawler must not show any errors. Is is showing errors means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Google crawler is not finding some urls, signify that at least some pages are not being redirected correctly. In this way you can actually find out which urls are broken. OR you can use a free tool which helps you find broken links while 301 redirection is applied. Means something is wrong with your redirection.

      Yes, you can delete files on older domain to increase available web space. But since you are using unlimited webspace you must not be worried about webspace. Moreover you must check traffic ( in file size ) for older files. It must be very close to zero. If it is not something is wrong with your redirection.

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