A lot of people look at search engine optimization as this arcane, unknowable craft. It really isn’t. It’s just in the best interests of some people to make you think it is.Continue reading
Hudson, FL, February 24, 2014 – ASEOHosting, a provider of premium multiple IP hosting, has commented on the confusion surrounding the optimal use of IP addresses for search engine ranking in specific geographic areas. Many business web masters and SEOs do not have a clear idea of the best strategy to ensure that market-specific sites have the greatest chance of ranking well in the regions they target.
Google employs over 200 signals to determine relevance, authority, and quality of content. Among the signals are country-code top-level domains and the location of the site’s server as determined by IP geolocation. Together these factors form a strong signal that a site is relevant to a region. Continue reading
Hudson, FL, January 29, 2014 – ASEOHosting, a provider of premium multiple IP hosting, has announced the availability of several new country-code top-level domains to its clients. The new ccTLDs will be an invaluable addition for webmasters seeking to increase their exposure in international markets and broaden the link diversity of their site portfolios.
Among the new ccTLDs are Austria(.at), Portugal(.pt), Macedonia(.mk), Lithuania(.lt), Hungary(.hu), Poland(.pl), Switzerland(.ch), Greece(.gr), Belgium(.bg), and the Czech Republic(.cz). Continue reading
Hudson, FL, October 22, 2013 – ASEOHosting, a provider of premium multiple IP hosting, has commented on the risks of relying on publicly available PageRank measurements as a metric for determining the efficacy of search engine optimization campaigns. The company, which offers industry-leading SEO-focused web hosting, is concerned that its clients and the wider web development and search engine optimization communities are privileging PageRank measurements compared to other data, which can be detrimental to their efforts to achieve higher ranking on search engine results pages. Continue reading
Hudson, FL, September 3rd, 2013 – ASEOHosting, a leading provider of multiple IP hosting, has announced the creation of new SEO hosting packages that allow clients to take advantage of multiple Class A IP addresses per hosting account. The new packages are in addition to ASEOHosting’s existing multiple Class C hosting packages.
ASEOHosting is at the forefront of the SEO hosting industry, and the provision of multiple Class A addresses gives their clients a considerable SEO advantage when compared to clients of competing hosting companies. Most web hosts require that clients who need several different Class A IPs create a new hosting account for each, and even in that case, different Class A IPs are not guaranteed. ASEOHosting’s new packages allow each hosting account to use up to 20 different Class A IP addresses.
Google and the other search engines will typically discount the value of inbound links that originate from sites on the same IP address. Multiple IP hosting helps to overcome this limitation by allowing clients to have their sites served from several different Class A IP addresses. Class A IP addresses have the advantage of being completely unique, further decreasing the odds of being detected by the search engines when hosting several related websites on the same server.
Having access to a wide range of Class A IPs is also an important part of both international and local SEO. The ability to use a diverse set of IP addresses can significantly improve the SEO of sites targeted to specific geographic locations.
“The availability of SEO hosting packages that provide access to numerous Class A IP addresses offers a considerable advantage to clients who are serious about international and local SEO ,” commented ASEOHosting’s Vice President of Customer Relations, Daniel Page,“ Maximizing exposure by tailoring sites to meet the requirements of diverse markets will help businesses to increase their search engine traffic and their revenue.”
In addition to multiple Class A IP addresses, ASEOHosting’s new SEO hosting packages provide all the other advantages that their clients have come to expect, including committed round-the-clock support, private name servers for each domain, easy-to-use account configuration with cPanel, and one-click CMS installation with Softaculous.
ASEOHosting is the leader in providing all types of SEO Hosting, including Shared SEO Hosting, Dedicated SEO Hosting, US Dedicated SEO Servers, and EU Dedicated SEO Servers, based in Orlando, FL, Detroit, MI, and Charlotte, NC, owned and operated by Ahosting, Inc., supplying hosting services that are truly beyond imagination. Since 2002, ASEOHosting has established one of the web’s premier solutions for reseller web hosting, multiple IP hosting, dedicated servers, and VPS hosting. For more information, visit https://www.aseohosting.com.
Hudson, FL, July 30, 2013 – ASEOHosting, a leading provider of SEO hosting and multiple IP hosting, commented today on the confusion surrounding the use of country code top-level domains for international SEO. SEO experts at the company observed a number of misunderstandings surrounding best practices for the use of ccTLDs and have released a statement to clarify the advantages that they can bring to businesses targeting specific geographical locations with their international search engine optimization.
There’s nothing more frustrating for a webmaster than having to wait to be crawled. After you’ve perfected your on-site SEO, created some great content, and ensured you have a spider-friendly link structure, all you can do is sit back and wait for the search engine crawlers to come a-knocking. Google will crawl your site at a frequency it determines, and while you can use Google Webmaster Tools to set a crawl rate, that will just limit crawls to a rate below the one you specify to prevent your server from getting hammered. It won’t encourage Googlebot to pay a visit any more frequently if its algorithms decide that there is no need. There are, however, methods you can use to speed up the bots crawl rate, and today we’ll have a look at 4 of them.
There’s nothing more embarrassing for a web-based company than allowing their user’s personal data to be revealed on the open Internet. Websites and services have an ethical duty to protect the private data entrusted to them, and yet, time and again, we hear of hugely popular web services like LinkedIn and Last.fm engaged in password practices that are very definitely not the best.
On top of the ethical duty, there are significant costs associated with lax security, including danger to business continuity, loss of reputation, and legal consequences for failure to adhere to data protection regulations.
Improve your CTR with Rich Snippets
Historically, the meaning of web content has been largely unfathomable to search engines, which indexed fairly clumsy indicators of content like keywords to get a sense of what a web page is about. Semantic markup, however, allows search engines to have some understanding of what certain parts of a page’s content refers to and include that information in the text that they display below the links on SERPS (known as snippets).
The internet is abuzz with chatter about the new Google Search plus Your World. Love it hate it, for now it is here to stay. The question is what effect if any it will have on your SEO efforts. This isn’t the first time Google has attempted to individualize search results. Your physical location and sites you tend to go to regularly all have an impact on the results that you receive.
Google has now taken it one giant step forward. With Google SPYW, your own personal experiences and those of your friends and associates in your circles will rank higher in search results than websites with more authority and links.