Dofollow versus Nofollow

Please Explain to Me what is a Dofollow... 

“Do follow” is the opposite of “No-Follow”.  This no follow attribute comes into play with the posting of blog comments. The no-follow tag tells the search engines NOT to follow the link to any other web sites.

The logic behind using no follow is, it’s good for the blog since there will be fewer outgoing links and therefore less “link bleed”, leading to better Google page rank. Using no follow also makes sense because there are blog spammers out there who will, and have, posted blog spam comments solely for the benefit of getting more incoming links to their site, which helps page rank. Do Follow blogs are going against the norm and turning the No-Follow tag off, enabling do-follow of out going comment links.

Why am I always look for Do-Follow?

You want people to comment on your blog posts. You want more of an interactive community. That’s what Web 2.0 is about – community, relationships, and user created content.

But, how do you encourage people to comment on your blog posts? You give them something in return. You give them an outgoing link to their website, when they make a quality comment on your blog. You also allow the search engine to follow that link to their website by using the do follow attribute.

You also need to let people know that you are a Do Follow Blog. Some visitors will have no idea what that means, but those who do know what it means will appreciate it and will often leave a comment.

How to check if the blog is  dofollow:

In-Page Analytics of Google

From Google Analytics they removed Site Overlay tool and go into the so-called In-Page Analytics. In-Page Analytics of Google, this featured will be considered as one of the best of Google. Check it out from this video on how it works.

The Flexibility and Convenience of Getting a Bachelors Degree Online

Considering a bachelor’s degree online? It’s the best way to further your education, while keeping your job and tending to life’s other commitments. In today’s busy  world, more and more people are turning to online options for their college education – in fact, The National Center for Educational Statistics reports that more than two out of every three colleges and universities offer credit courses online. It’s becoming the norm to attend an online college, especially as adults choose to further their education.

Benefits of Getting a Bachelors Degree Online

Flexible – An online education enables you to learn when you have time. You don’t have to adhere to a set schedule, hurry to class or be away from home. The flexibility of getting a bachelor degree online lets you tailor your learning to your availability. You can log onto your courses day or night – your degree program is available when you are!

Convenient – Your courses are as close as your computer. When you decide it is time to study, you have a short walk to your studies. Also, if you need to step away for an hour while you cook dinner or help your children with their homework, you can easily take a break. The convenience of an online education enables you to balance your education and life with ease. There’s no stress!

Manual checking of keyword rank using Firebug

You have no tool to check keyword ranks? Tired of keeping an eye closely to your sitename or URL in Google SERPs? Here's something you may find useful.

Requirements : 
  • Firefox browser 
  • Firebug add-on

Dance Google Dance

Knowing Google Dance

The name "Google Dance" is often used to describe the index update of the Google search engine. Google's index update occurs on average once per month. It can be identified by significant movement in search results and especially by Google's cache of all indexed pages reflecting the status of Google's last spidering. But the update does not proceed as a switch from one index to another at one point in time. In fact, it takes several days to complete the index update. During this period, the old and the new index alternate on At an early stage, the results from the new index occur sporadically. But later on, they appear more frequently. Google dances.

When this Dancing Scenario Happen?

The name "Google Dance" was in the past used to describe the period that a major index update of the Google search engine are being implemented. These major Google index update occured on average every 36 days or 10 times per year. It was easiest be identified by significant changes in search results, and by an updating of Google's cache of all indexed pages. These changes would be evident from one minute to the next. But the update did not proceed as a switch from one index to another like the flip of a switch. In fact, it took several days to finish the complete update of the index.