URL restricted by Robot.txt errors may happen because of various reasons such as; your robot file might be prohibiting the Googlebot from accessing a directory where the said URL is found or from accessing a specific URL. This usually happens if the robot.txt file is set in such a way that it prohobit the Googlebot from crawling this URL. In other rare cases, you might have accidentally done some changes on your robot.txt which would have resulted into this error.
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
To be called a professional blogger, it requires alot of hardworking, dedication and eagerness to work towards achieving the highest standard of blogging. Learning from your past mistakes and making sure that the same mistakes do not happen again, is one of the many factors that distinguishes a well established or a professional blogger and a newbie blogger.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Are you running out of important topics/ideas to write in your blog? This happens to almost all bloggers in one time or another. For most bloggers, coming up with an excellent, unique idea or topic is the hardest thing especially if you are looking forward to maintaining quality contents but with the help of available resources on the internet, there are several ways that you can use to discover important blog ideas.
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Would you like to know about your blog ranking and key word density? Apart from the Google free Websmater, there are other free SEO tools that you can use to check everything about your blog. These free SEO tools include;
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Google translator usually provides alternative languages to anyone who may has problem understanding the language used in a blog. If you have submitted your blog to non-English directories, there is a possibility that someone from other non-English speaking countries may visit your blog or sometimes through the search engine results.
Monday, April 16, 2012
We all love it when visitors land into our blogs and spend sometimes reading it rather than when they only spend one minute or even leave without reading anything. It is true that most readers who visit our blogs are brought about after searching specific information on the search engines and more likely they are only interested in the reading about what brought them to your blog. Sometimes, if we make our blogs entertaining and accessible, readers may get interested in reading other posts.
Friday, April 13, 2012
The most important part of any blog post includes; the title, the first heading (H1), (H2) and the first and the last paragraph of your blog posts . Most of the times we spend a lot of time creating the best post titles and following it up with a very good sentence or phrase make it more meaningful and attractive to read and may have a significant influence on how your blog is ranked in search engines.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Are you aware that your blog may have been hacked yet you are not even aware of what might be happening? Believe it or not, but it is true that hackers will do anything possible to make sure that you do not detect anything unusual with your blog. Hackers will go to the extent of hiding their links that you will never know it since the links are only visible in the source code.
Sunday, April 8, 2012
Do you know having too many posts on home page can slow down the loading time of your blog? This is very important if you want to retain visitors on your blog or even for a positive SEO results. No one wants to spend 30 seconds or so just waiting for a single page to load.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Sticking to a single topic is one of the hardest thing to do since most of the time, bloggers are tempted to write about current “hot trend news”, especially if the story is very interesting and is getting a lot of attention. This has been a major problem for most bloggers who find themselves torn between been getting focused on a single topic or sometimes breaking the rule and going for varieties.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Keyword density is the total number of keywords that appears in a single page in comparison to the total word count. The SEO expert seems to have come to an agreement that, a keyword density of 3-7% is a good number. I totally agree with these figures but I would probably go for a medium range which is 5%.