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What is the Google Adwords?

Adwords is Googles version of the pay-per-click advertising model. It allows you to display ads which link directly to your website when searches are done for your chosen keywords or keyphrases. These ads are located to the right of the results which Google gives you for a search and they’re also displayed on Googles many partner sites which include AOL, Earth link, How Stuff Works and blogger. Recently with the launch of Googles Adsense program your ads could also be displayed on websites related to your keywords.
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Google’s “Mobile Friendly” Latest Update

Last week on April 21, Google finally launched the mobile-friendly algorithm update that they have been warning about for last two months. Even though there will inevitably be websites that lose a significant amount of traffic, this update is not intended to punish any single site. The primary motivation behind this change is Google’s desire to improve user experience for all mobile users.

Google feels the pain of mobile users when they click on a result after a Google search, and then are unable to interact with the website. To counteract this negative experience, Google is just removing these results from mobile search in favor of websites that give a better experience to users.

How to check your Mobile Friendly Website?

https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

Use above link to check your web site is responsive or not.

If you’re worried about the update, seoserviceinmumbai has built a new tool to help. The company says Mobile Visibility can help businesses understand which content is mobile friendly and which is not and how that affects Google rankings.

 

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What is Google Adwords?

Google Adwords, Pay Per Click, Search Engine Marketing

 

Adwords is Googles version of the pay-per-click advertising model. It allows you to display ads which link directly to your website when searches are done for your chosen keywords or key phrases. These ads are located to the right of the results which Google gives you for a search and they’re also displayed on Googles many partner sites which include AOL, Earth link, How Stuff Works and blogger. Recently with the launch of Googles Adsense program your ads could also be displayed on websites related to your keywords. 

When you create an Adwords ad, you choose keywords for which your ad will appear and specify the maximum amount you’re willing to pay for each click. Remember Googles Adwords program uses a PPC model so you only pay when someone actually clicks on your ad and hence visits your website. Adwords enables you to save money as its program Discounter automatically reduces the actual cost per click you pay to the lowest cost needed ($0.01 above competition) to maintain your ads position on the results page. 

Google is competing well in this arena, in fact they now dominate the market, pulling more advertisers and revenue than former industry leader Overture.com does. I don’t know how long this will last though as Yahoo INC! has just bought Overture. What has Yahoo got up its sleeve? 

Advantages of the Adwords program

Just as the popularity of Googles search engine is derived from its strong technologically advanced features and results so too is its advertising program Adwords. Adwords has many advantages over similar programs such as Overture.com and Findwhat.com. 

One of these has been mentioned already, it’s the Adwords Discounter feature which will lower your cost per click price to one cent above your nearest competitor to allow to stay ahead of his or her ad. This means that you don’t have to be constantly checking if your competitors have lowered their bids in order for you to minimize your price, Google does this for you. 

The way Adwords positions your ads is also another great advantage of the program. In Adwords the position of a certain ad is determined by multiplying your CPC (cost per click) by your CTR (click through rate) and not simply by CPC alone as this would allow the big fish to win all the time.

Googles stipulation that your ads must have a CTR of at least .05% means that a company with deep pockets simply can’t outbid the competition. They also have to outwit them by using good ad copy and appropriate keywords. Even if your competition is willing to pay sky high prices for clicks this still won’t save them, as if they can’t write good pulling ads they will be dropped from the program, leaving you to move up a position. 

Other advantages which Googles program has over similar ones include setup time and specific country / language targeting. With Adwords your ads can be live on Google within five minutes of creating them so you can potentially begin to see results immediately, ads on Overture usually go live after a three to five day waiting period. Adwords allows you to choose who should see your ads from among 250+ countries and 14 languages, this means you have more control over your ads so you can be sure they’re only shown to a highly targeted audience which means your more likely to be successful. 

How to profit with Google Adwords

Now you know why Adwords is such a good thing, let’s move onto how to actually use it in order for your business to make profit. First things first, you should determine how much you can afford to pay for a click. Doing this is important as it enables you to better understand the amount of money you can bid on keywords in Adwords while still remaining profitable. To do this your conversion ratio is needed, calculate your conversion ratio by dividing your monthly unique visitors by your monthly sales, then convert your answer into a percentage by multiplying by 100. 

Imagine in a month you get 20000 visitors and sell 500 products each with a gross profit for you of $50. Your conversion ratio simply put is (500/20000)*100 = 2.5%. This means that for every 100 people who visit your site 2.5 buy your product. 

Your gross profit per 100 visitors is calculated by multiply the gross profit on your product by your conversion ratio, to continue with the previous example – $50 x 2.5 = $125. Divide your gross profit per 100 visitors figure by 100 to determine how much you can bid in Adwords. 

In this case you could afford to pay up to $1.25 for a visitor and still break even. Rarely will you have to pay this much for a click, remember that the minimum CPC on Google Adwords is only 5 cent so play your cards right and you can have high profits. 

Choosing your Google Adwords keywords

One of the most important tips I can give you regarding Adwords is regarding your keyword selection, so pay particular attention to the tips in the next paragraph or so. These are the words which when searched for will trigger the appearance of your ad next to the search results. Choosing the right keywords is imperative to the success of your campaign. A good approach to choosing the right words is to imagine what you’d search for if you were looking to buy a product similar to your own. 

Remember as with Overture, the more popular a word or phrase is the higher CPC you’ll have to pay and generally clicks from general words convert to sales far less often than clicks from specific terms so it’s always better to have a few highly focused key phrases that get clicks than to be number one for the most general word or phrase in your industry. In Googles own words:

“General or broad keywords will generate many impressions with few results.”

Do you want “few results”? You certainly don’t so avoid the expensive popular words and stick with the less popular but more profitable keywords. Finding such specific key phrases can be time consuming, but it’s worth it as research has shown that although much cheaper using specific phrases helps get more highly targeted people to your site and hence helps you get more sales.

On Googles Adwords website they recommend using spelling variations and plural versions of your keywords to reach everyone in your target audience. I think this is a good approach as not everyone of your potential customers will search a keyword in the same way, some will use plural versions and others will use singular versions. Similarly some may use American English rather than traditional English, this of course only applies to certain words whereby Americans use different spelling than British, Irish and other English speaking people would.

Adwords keyword matching options allow you to refine further when your ads are shown by allowing you to choose whether your ads are shown for certain types of searches on your keywords. There are four types of keyword matching options available, these are broad, exact, phrase and negative. Assume your key phrase is ‘marketing course’.

With broad matching your ad shows when users search on the keywords ‘marketing’ and ‘course’, regardless of other search terms used or of the order in which they are entered. Broad matching is the default, you don’t have to do anything extra to use it.

Exact matching requires you to place square brackets around your keywords, like the following: [marketing course]

Your ad will show when users search only on the phrase ‘marketing course’ and will not show if other words are included or the words are entered in a different order.

The third matching option is the phrase option, this is similar to exact search in the sense that the keywords must all be present and in the right order however your ad will still show even if other words are present in the search. To use phrase matching you must include your keywords in quotes, for example “marketing course”.

Negative matching is the fourth option available. It allows you to block your ad being shown if a certain word is present in the search query. If your keyword is ‘marketing course’ but your marketing course is to do with offline marketing and not internet marketing then by using negative matching you can choose not to have your ad shown for ‘internet marketing course’ as people searching for this are looking for something different than what you offer. In this case ‘internet’ is your negative keyword. You simply place a dash before your negative keyword to use this option (ie ‘-internet marketing course’). Now if a user searches for ‘marketing course’ on Google your ad will be shown, it will not however be shown when the term ‘internet marketing course’ is entered as the query.

Using exact, phrase or negative keyword matching gives you more control over who sees your ads so you won’t pay for clicks that are unlikely to produce well-targeted results so always try and use these options, doing so could result in lower CPC, higher CTR and higher ROI. To demonstrate this fact I conducted a dummy ad to find the prices using broad, exact and phrase keyword matching options for the term ‘internet marketing’. The currency I used was the Euro, I left the maximum CPC at the default of €5. The results are as follows:

internet marketing 11.0 €2.65 – Default broad search cost €2.65 a click and expected clicks is only 11.

“internet marketing” 30.0 €0.74 – With phrase matching expected clicks per day was 30 and cost €.74.

[internet marketing] 37.0 €2.41 – Exact matching cost €2.41 a click and expected clicks was 37 a day.

You can see from above that using both exact and phrase matching options resulted in a lower cost per click rate than simply using the default broad match option. I highly recommend using keyword matching options.

As mentioned earlier Google Adwords allows you to block your ads showing for searches conducted by people from certain countries and people who speak a certain language. There’s no point in letting your ad be seen by people who won’t understand it. Likewise if your product is only sold to a specific country than that country’s residents should be the only people who get to see your ad, as if your company only sells products within America then any other nationals clicking on your ad are simply costing you money for nothing.

 

How to Create Good SEO Report.

When Internet marketing companies work for their clientele projects they provide seo report.
In many cases when client recieved the seo report they gets confused. The reason is that they are not understand the report what’s writes in seo report.
SEO Companies must be create a simple & suitable seo report for better understand for client.

What we do for Good SEO Report?

It should be neat and clean, Keywords position rank with page Number.
Write in Excel formate because everyone is very familer with “MS Office”.
Mension the Domain Name in SEO Report Whatever it is with Date and the Search Engine Name.

Here is some example basic report.

 

Sample SEO Report

Black Hat SEO Technique is Affected to a Website.

Black Hat SEO

Black Hat SEO is most commonly defined as a disapproved practice that increases a page’s ranking in a search engine result page (SERP). These practices are against the search engine’s terms of service and can result in the site being banned from the search engine and affiliate sites. A list of tactics and strategies employed by black hat SEO practitioners have been openly denounced on Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and Bing’s Webmaster Guidelines. “Is the work that I’m doing adding value to the user or am I just doing this for search engines to see?” is a litmus test on whether an SEO tactic would go against a search engine’s webmaster guideline. If no value is added to the user, but rankings are likely to increase, then your decisions are highly likely to be black hat. The same test can be applied to paid search practices to determine whether an activity is considered black hat PPC.

In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology, black hat SEO refers to the use of aggressive SEO strategies, techniques and tactics that focus only on search engines and not a human audience, and usually does not obey search engines guidelines.

Some examples of black hat SEO techniques include keyword stuffing, invisible text, doorway pages, adding unrelated keywords to the page content or page swapping (changing the webpage entirely after it has been ranked by search engines).

Google’s 27th Update Panda 4.1

Google Panda 4.1

Google has reported that the most recent form of its Panda Update — a channel intended to punish “slim” or poor substance from positioning great — has been released.

Google said in a post on Google+ that a “moderate rollout” started not long ago and will proceed into one week from now, before being finished. Google said that relying upon area, around 3%-to-5% of inquiry inquiries will be influenced.

Anything diverse about this most recent release? Google says it should be more exact and will permit all the more fantastic little and medium-sized locales to rank better.

Google all update start to end.

Panda Update 1, Known as Panda 1.0, Feb. 24, 2011 (11.8% of queries; announced; English in US only)

Panda Update 2, Known as Panda 2.0, April 11, 2011 (2% of queries; announced; rolled out in English internationally)

Panda Update 3, May 10, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 4, June 16, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 5, July 23, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 6, Aug. 12, 2011 (6-9% of queries in many non-English languages; announced)

Panda Update 7, Sept. 28, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 8, Known as Panda 3.0, Oct. 19, 2011 (about 2% of queries; belatedly confirmed)

Panda Update 9, Nov. 18, 2011: (less than 1% of queries; announced)

Panda Update 10, Jan. 18, 2012 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 11, Feb. 27, 2012 (no change given; announced)

Panda Update 12, March 23, 2012 (about 1.6% of queries impacted; announced)

Panda Update 13, April 19, 2012 (no change given; belatedly revealed)

Panda Update 14, April 27, 2012: (no change given; confirmed; first update within days of another)

Panda Update 15, June 9, 2012: (1% of queries; belatedly announced)

Panda Update 16, June 25, 2012: (about 1% of queries; announced)

Panda Update 17, July 24, 2012:(about 1% of queries; announced)

Panda Update 18, Aug. 20, 2012: (about 1% of queries; belatedly announced)

Panda Update 19, Sept. 18, 2012: (less than 0.7% of queries; announced)

Panda Update 20, Sept. 27, 2012 (2.4% English queries, impacted, belatedly announced

Panda Update 21, Nov. 5, 2012 (1.1% of English-language queries in US; 0.4% worldwide; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 22, Nov. 21, 2012 (0.8% of English queries were affected; confirmed, not announced)

Panda Update 23, Dec. 21, 2012 (1.3% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)

Panda Update 24, Jan. 22, 2013 (1.2% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)

Panda Update 25, March 15, 2013 (confirmed as coming; not confirmed as having happened)

Panda Update 26, Known as Panda 4.0, May 20, 2014 (7.5% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)

Panda Update 27, Known Panda 4.1, Sept. 25, 2014 (3-5% of queries were affected; confirmed, announced)