Site   Web
avatar

About Alesia Krush

Alesia started out as an Internet marketer at Link-Assistant.Com, where she discovered her passion for search and blogging. As she often says, what the searcher ultimately wants is not a search result, but a story! Today, Alesia writes for the Link-Assistant.Com blog and is part of the company’s SEO department. She also regularly contributes to a number of reputable industry news portals such as SEO-News.com, SiteProNews.com, Search Engine Journal, and others.

Visit My Google+ Profile

avatar

Many Internet marketers promote their products or services by taking part in forums and blog discussions. There is a category of websites, however, that are neither forums nor blogs. I’m talking about Q&A (questions and answers) sites. Well-established Q&A sites that could be used to win the hearts and minds of potential clients are: • […]

Read more...
avatar

You might have noticed that now, when you search for a person or thing on Google, you are sometimes provided quick facts about it along with the image right next to the search results. That’s Google’s new type of search, the Knowledge Graph, at work. Some people find it amazing, some say it’s essentially like […]

Read more...
avatar

Since Google’s Penguin update came out, the Web has been flooded with tons of Penguin survival strategies, magic Penguin-killing bullets, etc. What one often hears these days is “diversify your anchor texts,” “remove crappy links,” “create unique content,” and so on and so forth. However, none of these strategies seem capable of doing the simple […]

Read more...
avatar

Time is precious. They say “time is money,” but I think it’s even more than that. In this post, I would like to talk about the SEO practices that are a complete waste of time. Before writing the post, I simply sat down and penned my SEO experiences. As a beginner, I used to waste […]

Read more...
avatar

What is geolocation as applied to SEO? It’s when a search engine identifies your whereabouts (by your IP or GSM) and serves you the search results relevant to that particular territory. Some folks find it limiting, while others are quite happy with the feature. However, when it comes to checking rankings, geolocation is mostly bad […]

Read more...
avatar

Did you believe SEO reports were just for SEO companies? Ok, this is just as true as the fact that dough is only used to make doughnuts. Those who provide SEO services can’t do without SEO reports, because they have to demonstrate their progress to clients. However, there are many more ways in which SEOs, […]

Read more...
avatar

I bet all SEO’s have faced this problem at least once – a client looking up their target keywords on the Internet and seeing different website rankings than the ones stated in the rankings report. How do you explain to clients that you are not trying to cheat them? Users may get different search results […]

Read more...
avatar

Sometimes SEOs and site owners encounter the problem of their sites suddenly going down in the search engine results pages for no particular reason, it seems. When this happens, it is often hard to figure out why your rankings nosedived. So, let’s consider possible reasons for and solutions to the problem. I arranged them by […]

Read more...
css.php