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The top Q&A for government site webmasters From Webmaster Central Blog

Yesterday Google Webmaster Central Blog published an very helpful article for government website webmaster about claiming their Google+ Local listing. Although they level this article for Beginner - Intermediate level Webmaster, i think it can also help experts webmaster find some answers. lets read the way google think about claiming government Google+ Local listing.

Government sites, from city to state to federal agencies, are extremely important to Google Search. For one thing, governments have a lot of content — and government websites are often the canonical source of information that’s important to citizens. Around 20 percent of Google searches are for local information, and local governments are experts in their communities.

That’s why I’ve spoken at the National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW) national conference for the past few years. It’s always interesting speaking to webmasters about search, but the people running government websites have particular …

Google algorithm changes and the way Google evaluate backlinks

After Google panda & penguin update, we’re experiencing an old rumour that “bad or low quality links harm website ranking”. Although Google‘s direction about low quality links are not clear, I don’t think so or even don’t believe. We can re-read an old post from Google webmaster central blog that covered enough about this topics can be found here:

The core expression of this article is,

“Finally, keep in mind that low-quality links rarely stand the test of time, and may disappear from our link graph relatively quickly. They may even already be being discounted by our algorithms. If you want to make sure Google knows about these links and is valuing them appropriately, feel free to bring them to our attention using either our spam report or our paid links report.”

I think Google can’t penalize us for thus issue weren’t directly involved, what do you think? Finally, Here's an awesome artic…

Free Tools For SavVy Internet Marketer

If you’re an Internet Marketer and love the World Wide Web; you’re going to LOVE this list of free Internet marketing tools for your various needs. The list is based on cloud tools offers free or freemium services. I'm not going to brief description but a small overview for every tool that can help you know, what is & how thus tools work.

Google Analytics Google Analytics is one of the most popular free analytics platform available online. You can access analytics through your Google account(if you have one already) or you can open Google account by any of your existing email accounts. Once you create an account, you are asked to insert a few lines of JavaScript on your site. After that code is in place, you’ll be able to start monitoring your site’s traffic through the Google Analytics interface. If you already use Google webmaster tools for your website, Google Analytics will then be able to display some data from your webmaster tools in some analytics reports. Currently, the…

Custom URLs for your Google+ Profiles and Pages

Google recently introduced short URLS for their Google Plus, enabling their Google plus users and brands on their site to further customize their Google Plus profile pages. According to the announcement posted on Google+ by Google product manager Saurubh Sharma,

Your Google+ profile is a place for you to share your passions with the millions of people who come to Google each day. Whether you're a clothing brand showing off your latest fashions (, an athlete talking about the game (, or an actor recalling a favorite role (, your Google+ profile helps you connect with the people who share your interests. Today we’re introducing custom URLs to make it even easier for people to find your profile on Google+.

A custom URL is a short, easy to remember web address that links directly to your profile or page on Google+. For instance, +TOYOTA  can now use to unveil their latest models, +Britney Spears  …