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Creating a comprehensive SEO CV - Search Engine Optimization Resume

Creating a comprehensive SEO CV requires creativity and expert narrating skills. The CV should elicit interest and captivate the attention of the employers in a very short time. Starting from the first line it should keep the readers glued to the resume, and in a shorter time the profile should make the employer understand the experiences and skill set of the candidate. So CV (for eg:- SEO) writing is not a joke, and it requires a unique writing ability.

Competitors can Harm your Google Rankings - Negative SEO

Can competitors create a negative impact on Google rankings by launching negative link building campaigns?  That is, creating links from spammy low quality sites.. there are differences in the manner in which Google has opined recently! Now it reads: Google works hard to prevent other webmasters from being able to harm your ranking or have your site removed from our index. If you’re concerned about another site linking to yours, we suggest contacting the webmaster of the site in question. Google aggregates and organizes information published on the web; we don’t control the content of these pages. Before it read: There’s almost nothing a competitor can do to harm your ranking or have your site removed from our index. If you’re concerned about another site linking to yours, we suggest contacting the webmaster of the site in question. Google aggregates and organizes information published on the web; we don’t control the content of these pages. Google: Can Comp

Bing Outsmarts Google in Removal of Unnatural / Spammy / Low Quality Links

For the very first time, Bing has proved superior to Google by coming up with a great feature to "disown" links from spammy / low quality sites in a simple way! Google's command to website owners for removing unnatural links pointing to their websites is not that easy. Moreover competitors employing "negative SEO" by building spammy links succeed in overturning the ranking of its competitors. This is not fair.. right?? You cannot keep on placing requests to remove the links..you would get old.. so what is the solution..and who gives it? The smart answer comes from the mouth of Bing, and the answer is Disavow Links through Bing Webmaster tools. From Bing's Blog: Links.  Pesky things.  Yet necessary.  You do your best to cultivate quality links, but what happens when poor quality links point to you?  Links happen, right?  So how can you protect yourself from malicious link building?  How do you tell the engine you just don't want to associat