|Weekly SEO news: 13 July 2010|
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You know what you sell and you know the topic of your website. Are you sure that Google puts your website in the right category? If your website is about shoes, Google still might think that it is about frogs and toads. How can you tell Google that your website is not about toads?
In the news: Google reveals website statistics, Google uses a new OneBox on the search engine result pages, a webmaster lost his rankings after making his website faster, demographics help search engines to return better results and more.
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|1. How to tell Google that your website is not about toads|
You know what you sell and you know the topic of your website. Are you sure that Google puts your website in the right category? If your website is about shoes, Google still might think that it is about frogs and toads.
If Google puts your website in the wrong category, it will be very difficult to get high rankings for your keywords.
How to find out what Google thinks about your website
Why does Google put your website in the wrong category?
Is your website in the right co-citation category?
What does this mean for your website?
The backlink tools in IBP will help you to get more related backlinks to your website. Related backlinks and optimized web page content will bring your website on Google's first result page.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
"I was one of people who thought that when you submit your URL to Google, it will appear on the first page automatically."
|4. Previous articles|