6 Steps To Optimizing WordPress Blog For Higher Search Rankings

Wordpress is one of the most popular open source blogging software on the internet. However, there are some ways to change the settings or with the use of plugins, you can gain higher visibility in search rankings. If you want to try out Wordpress, just login to cPanel and click Fantastico or Softaculous and select Wordpress for one click installation available on all Canadian Web Hosting Linux shared hosting plans. 1. Permalinks and URLs (more…)
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Optimizing Your Ads with Google Adwords Sitelinks

Google recently introduced Google Sitelinks which enables the advertiser to add 4 additional links underneath the ad. You can choose any links that you feel are relevant to your searchers. Unfortunately, this is not enabled for all advertisers. According to Google: Currently, the option to set up Ad Sitelinks will only appear for advertisers whose ads meet a certain high quality threshold. If your account qualifies to run this feature, you'll find the option to set up Ad Sitelinks in your Campaign Settings tab -- it will appear as "Show additional links to my site" under the "Ad extensi...
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What Makes Us Canadian?

What makes us Canadian? I was just at my favorite Coffee shop, (no, not Starbucks, it was Blenz in the Richmond Center Mall), and I witnessed what it is that we Canadians do that make us different from the rest of the world! A lady was talking to the barista with a drink in her hand that was not made to order.  Here’s what she said: “Sorry to bother, but I ordered more hot water as this drink is too strong for me.  Can I order another one and I’d be happy to pay for it.” I understand the "Sorry" part, but pay for it too!?!  My American friend would be all over this if he saw it!  T...
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Google Officially Confirms That Page Speed Is Important

The loading speed of a website is important for webmasters not only in terms of end user browsing experience but now it can potentially cause issues in search engine ranking position (SERP). Google has confirmed that site speed is now a ranking factor in search rankings. Google made it official by releasing their research about how even the tiniest change in site speed effects web surfers. Google reports that when they purposely slowed the search results by 100 to 400 milliseconds it impacted the number of searches per user by -.2% to -.6% and actually increased the longer they were expos...
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