SEO Mistakes to be avoided in 2016 for Better Search Engine Results

We are half way to the year 2016, and by now you have a substantial data to do a retrospect whether your SEO plans has worked out for you or not. Basically, evaluation of SEO Service and strategy is down to a few questionnaires;

Did the SEO strategy you adapted has brought in any benefit for you?
Did you manage to stay on top of your keyword goals and research?
Did you keep a keen eye on your competitors activities and performance?
Midway in the year, and is there any major SEO mistakes in the year 2016 till now?

If you are doing everything about it right, then brilliant. But the bottom line is, to stay on top of the ranking and search for the rest of the year, you need to put the same effort on SEO Service, if not more. Online Marketing has become the face of every business today and it will only have an upward steep in the coming years.

In a nutshell, SEO is nothing but adaptation and strategy. Shifting your process to new algorithms and guidelines is what turns out to be the decisive factors. If you are not doing it right, then it won’t take long for you to be a story of the past. Are you going to spend your valuable time, energy and effort doing the catch up game or sit back and spend it wisely to stay at the top? The choice is your’s!

First and foremost, avoid mistakes beforehand so that you don’t have to fall behind and force yourself to play the catch up game. It’s not fun when you see your competitors leaping away with the results and you still in the pit figuring out what to do. Each SEO service mistake or an unscientific SEO strategy you choose, will bring huge dent on your chances of coming on the top and staying there for long.

In this series, will tell you about the SEO mistakes which should be avoided and also the steps to be taken to avoid those SEO mistakes in the next five months of 2016. Today, we start with the first chapter of the series.

SEO Mistakes to be avoided:

SEO Mistake 1: Failing to Protect your Online Account, it’s credentials and other vital Research Data.

Cybersecurity should be your topmost priority. Since the turn of this century, one constant threat which tends to keep growing is hacking and hackers. Always on the go, hackers are constantly in look for their online prey. Ironically, it includes marketing professionals and website owners. If you haven’t protected your Online account yet, soon you will end up as another victim of a cyber attack from various malicious sources.

Follow these steps to secure your website and your online accounts.

Protect your email accounts. Every SEO Services, Online Marketing related or connected to your website are done through an email account along with your other online accounts, assets, data and contacts. It is one point of contact and the channel where communications and data are stored and passed. Hacking your Online account can turn ugly and bring catastrophic effects. Apply every possible protections available to safeguard your email account.

Make sure you use Virtual Private Network (VPN) on your device when you are connected to an unprotected Public Network or while you are travelling. A VPN is a tool which is used to connect a device to an off-site server through and encrypted connection. VPNs will hide the IP address of your device. It’s an added layer of protection and you can access any service or browse any websites while connected to a public network.

Be particular and make sure you use a secure and error free cloud storage system or an external hard drive to store your ideas and spreadsheets. Your ideas are the end result of numerous tireless working hours of yours. Losing it without a trail is the last thing you want out of this.

Published by Mohammed Abeer , Content Developer .

Google streams apps to Android handsets

Google has started streaming apps to Android phones so people can use them even if they are not installed on a handset.
It said it had introduced the technology to help people get better results when they search.
Often, it said in a blogpost, the best answers to a query were found in an app rather than a web page.Initially nine apps have been selected to work with the streaming system as it is tested.
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Jennifer Lin, Google engineering manager, said the firm started indexing information found in apps two years ago to bolster its larger corpus of search data.About 40% of searches done via Google now turn up content found in apps such as Facebook, Instagram, Airbnb or Pinterest, she said.
Until now, Google has only answered queries with information that is available both on the web and in apps. Now, however, it is starting to show results that are only found in apps.One example of when these results would show up might be when someone is looking for hotels during a spur-of-the-moment trip to an unfamiliar city, wrote Ms Lin in the blog.
Google said it was using an in-house developed streaming system to give people access to results in apps they do not have installed on their Android handsets.This lets people try the app and use it as if it were installed, said Ms Lin. An experimental cloud-based virtualisation technology Google has developed underpins the streaming system.
Apps from HotelTonight, Useful Knots, Daily Horoscope and Gormey are among the first to be available via streaming.
Danny Sullivan, founding editor of the Search Engine Land news site, said the streaming system made visible a lot of information that was hard to get at easily.
“It’s a bad experience to show links to an app that no-one can view unless they install an app,” he said.Plus, he added, it could mean data found in apps was now more widely available and could be put to other uses.
“Potentially, the new system could even cause some apps that might seem to lack linkable content, such as games, to consider app-only links,” he wrote.
Streamed versions of apps are available via Google’s own app and on its Chrome browser. Users must also be on a fast wi-fi connection and be using a handset running Android Lollipop or a more recent version. Lollipop was released in November 2014.
The test of the app streaming and search responses is currently only taking place in the US. Google has not said when, or if, it will be expanded to other parts of the world.