Category Archives: SEO

Creating Your Own SEO

SEO is still a powerful asset to maintaining relevancy online. While big name companies opt to outsource these types of tasks to specialize companies, you can still DIY SEO. A quality SEO campaign will help you cater to a wider audience. You’ll build organic traffic for the content you want ranked. This will make you a mainstay and powerhouse in any niche you desire for your web brand. Here are some good methods to help you create good SEO.

You should start with creating good and relevant content to your core audience. A site can be great looking good but that doesn’t matter if the content is sub-par. Relevancy is the key. You want you right content to be unique as well as useful. At the end of the day, you need to ask yourself, “Does this help my core audience?” Remember, you want to solve a problem that’s underserved. Make sure optimize your content from the meta descriptions, tags, images, and more. That way you stand a fighting chance between the small and large businesses online. Taking the time to create quality and consistent content helps you lead the way in whatever niche you choose.

Make sure you do keyword research. You never know what topic is trending that you could easily adopt to your website. When you optimize the right keywords, this help some you build some good leverage on your site. You’ll get more traffic and people will give you the right input. It’s important to think of keywords not only to appeal to your site, but your mobile audience. Mobile indexing is becoming more popular these days and is one of the primary ways Google ranks your site. Not to mention, you want voice recognition for keyword phrases and possible questions a person may ask.

It takes a bit of work to do your own SEO, but you can get amazing results. Useful content, keyword research, and knowing your audience will help your business build more longevity. Keep this in mind to help you create and sustain a long-term SEO campaign for your brand.

Goodbye, Snail Mail! Find Out New and Reliable Remittance Services for OFWs

Goodbye, Snail Mail! Find Out New and Reliable Remittance Services for  OFWs

 

Did you know that in 2014 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) remitted a total of Php 1.20 trillion to the Philippines? It was an all-time high, with land-based workers sending in a jaw-dropping $18.7 billion while those at sea sending $5.6 billion. 2015 is not disappointing either, with remittances reaching $10.86 billion for the first five months. That’s because many employers are quite happy with Filipino workers and their dedication to their work. It’s the same dedication that drives them to tirelessly send money home to their loved ones. Continue reading Goodbye, Snail Mail! Find Out New and Reliable Remittance Services for OFWs

Dead Page or better known as the 404 page

Dead Page or better known as the 404 page.

This page serves as a landing page for the dead-links found on this blog, Silkenhut’s World. This is part of my ongoing actions in cleaning the 404 pages on my blog.

It is hard to find deadlinks on the blog since I wasn’t able to take note of all the links. Also, for the sake of improving the blog, I would sometimes edit posts or remove them completely to ensure that the blog only delivers high quality content. Well, sometimes it is on a response from an email from Google stating that ad serving has been disabled so I need to remove those content or posts that violates the guidelines so that my Adsense will be re-enabled.

If you are in this page, this means that the page you were looking for doesn’t exist anymore. Please help me identify those pages so that I can quickly address them to reduce the 404 pages in this blog. You can simply drop a comment below or contact me in the contact form above. Please do let me know in any way you want ok? I would be really grateful for that.

404 pages are bad for a website. They are like dead-ends and should be avoided at all costs. They are also the reason why you might have a lot of bouncing visitors because they land on your dead pages.

Thank you very much for your help.

Till next time,

Allen