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SEO/SMO Expert - Syed Noman Ali

Hi, my name is Syed Noman Ali "SEO Consultant" and I have done my BS in Software Engineering from Karachi University. I started my career as SEO Expert + Web Developer in January 2009. I’m currently working as a Webmaster, Sr. SEO/SMO + Business Consultant at Cygnis Media. Before that i was working same for Avenue Social and also worked for many freelance projects in past and still doing freelance.

My motive is to make things happen to help others to make their dreams come true by helping their business getting ranked in Search Engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing.

By Profession I am a Web Developer but i love working as a SEO. Because here i can judge my work myself. I can see results myself. Working as a SEO makes me very busy in learning new things because SEO is an up-going process or an up-going phenomenon so you have to be updated in this field everyday otherwise you will not be able to compete others.

My Expertise


  • Keyword Research
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Link Building
  • Website optimization Services and Content Development/Copyrighting
  • Online Public Relations/Press Release Optimization
  • Local Search Optimization
  • Mobile SEO/SMO
  • Video SEO/SMO
  • Web Marketing Analysis
  • Reporting/KPIs

*Web Development

  • Wordpress
  • Joomla
  • Php

*Business Leads


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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Six Tips for Creating a Natural Backlink Profile

If you’re compensating for bonds or erected structure them manually, it’s turning into more and more valued to make it view like you’re advancing them naturally. That’s because, as a place holder, you’re supposed to be advancing them in a natural manner, a least in Google’s eyes.
And the explore mechanical devices are turning into more and more stars sniffing out bonds that, by their rules, haven’t been earned.

In an faultless world, what is deliberated ‘earned’ would be up for debate. In the actual world though, we ought play by their rules.

Therefore, if you’re actively involved in the backlinks you receive and not basically squatted back and taking no matter what draws close at you by your ‘too awesome for words!’ content, then don’t hoist any emblems and make it not hard for Google to discount your hard rake in links.

Follow the tips under the aid retain your bond profile as natural looking as possible..

1. Vary Your Anchor Text
Targeting one precise time span and erected structure bonds with accurately the matching anchor text and delineation is not ever a good idea. Instead a go to gain bonds that have mixed versions of your had a preference anchor text. For instance, if your principle time span was “online educational school degrees” you might in addition target; ‘college academic achievement online’, ‘online educational schools and degrees’ and even ‘degrees and educational schools online’. Also get some bonds that are just unbent URLs (and even images) as not every place would in a natural manner bond to you employing anchor text or keywords.

2. Don’t Focus on Just Pages with High PageRank

Again, in the natural realm of things, not every place that bonds to yours would have high PR (or even any PR). Don’t be petrified to request for, or spend your wealth, on backlinks from pieces of paper that are of good worth and indexed, but possibly don’t have oodles of PageRank. They’re not a waste of time if they’re aiding to balance out your bond profile.

3. Don’t Forget Your Inner Pages

Don’t purpose your operation solely on advancing bonds to the homepage. Choose valued interior pieces of paper and get bonds to those too. By performing this you’ll be presenting Google that your content is garnering interest.

4. Get All Different Types of Links

There are more divergent sorts of backlinks, with editorial approach ones being the best. Definitely a go to count these but don’t purpose wholly on any one sort of link. Also strive to gain bonds from blogrolls/sidebars, supply sort pieces of paper, worth list of directions listings, public broadcasting sites, sponsorships and rewards etc. Basically every where it makes sense for your place to be registered or mentioned.

5. Stay Away From Link Schemes

Avoid automated bond programs and spammy “submit site” or “add url” sort of sites. Showing up in these positions only advises Google that you may be energetically looking for bonds to advance your popularity. Focus on receiving bonds that not just all population can have (i.e. ones you can carry household to mama).And over, only get bonds where it makes sense.

6. Keep the Link Velocity Slow and Steady

Unless your place has freshly been referred on CNN or made the homepage of digg, be wary of the rate at which you are advancing your manual links. Just consider, it isn’t only the sheer number of bonds that is important in the long run but the worth of the sites bonding to you.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Twitter Introduces Brand Pages

Twitter on Thursday announced a program for Facebook-style brand pages.

The announcement, which was coupled with the introduction of a major redesign, will expand the number of brand pages on the platform. Launch partners for the pages include American Express, Best Buy, Bing, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Dell, Disney, General Electric, Hewlitt-Packard, Intel, JetBlue, Kia, McDonald’s, Nike, PepsiCo, Staples, Verizon Wireless, NYSE Euronext, Heineken, Subway and Paramount Pictures, specifically for the release of Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol.

According to a report in Advertising Age, such brand pages will let advertisers customize their headers to make their logo and tagline more prominent. “Brands can also choose to keep a particular tweet at the top of their time line, and that top tweet also auto-expands to reveal an embedded photo or video from Flickr, YouTube or other sources, without requiring the user to take action,” according to the report.

The new design also lets brands separate their @ replies and mentions, according to the report.

Twitter’s embrace of brand pages, which had been rumored since April, comes about a month after Google introduced brand pages for Google+.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

183 Traffic Generation Tips From the Pros

I grabbed 183 traffic generation tips from pros who’ve been good enough to shared their secrets. The following list represents many of the best of these tips, and I’ve included profiles and links to the aforementioned pros who’ve shared their lists online. Of course, some of their lists contained duplicates, so I took those out along with suggestions I thought were not-so-hot.

The list is not in any particular order. You’ll note that a number of the suggestions are SEO tips and so they will generate traffic indirectly through better rankings in search results.

Here’s the world’s largest list of traffic generation tips

In no particular order

First, build your blog on a solid CMS: WordPress, Joomla, Blogger
Host your blog on your own doman
Build a brand
Build an email list
Write a regular newsletter
Submit your blog to these directories
Blog as a team. Create or participate in a carnival or blog tribe. Link, share and comment on each others posts. (From Word Carnivals)
Be among the first to write something insightful about a news worthy topic
Post to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.
Provide real value in your content
Make your content controversial (sometimes)
Give your best content away for free
Optimize your blog for better search engine rankings
Use Tags on your posts
Install a translator plugin
Use smart internal linking
Target long-tail keywords with lower competition in search engines
Write and give away an eBook
Comment on other blogs

Add social media sharing buttons to your blog
Ping search engines and aggregators like Technorati
Update your website design, and get yourself listed in a design article/blog post.
Limit advertising, initially, so that you don’t drive people away
Sign up at to connect with other bloggers and get your articles listed
Buy advertising
Run a pay-per-click campaign
Swap ads with another blogger or website
Create and give away a video course
Submit your content to stumble upon, digg, dilicous, pinterest, etc.
Make a round up of all of your archives in a particular category
Create a better user experience on your blog
Use h1, h2, h3 tags in your posts
Jump on the chance to be interviewed in writing, audio, or video
Interview other bloggers in writing, audio, or video
Introduce yourself to other bloggers
Combine all of your RSS feeds using, or a similar tool, and submit it to an RSS aggregator
Host webinars with other bloggers
Release content at about the same time every day/week
Utilize video and images in your blog posts
Invite guest bloggers
Submit your site to
Provide search engines with an up-to-date sitemap
Make youtube videos
Contribute to Wikipedia
Create a hub for your blog at
Start a podcast

Bold, highlight or italicize some of your keywords
Write snappy, short, keyword rich titles
Answer timely relevant questions (keep your finger on the pulse of your niche)
Use Alt Tags for images
Turn your blog posts into PDF docs and share them Scribd, Docstore, and similar sites.
Write list posts
Find and write about
news in your niche (don’t post what everyone else is posting)
Get into guest blogging
Use animoto to create a killer animated slideshow and push it everywhere
Join a forum
Attend conferences for networking opportunities
Handout business cards
Use Odiogo to turn your blog into a podcast automatically
Put out a press release
Put your URL on everything
Make stickers, bumper stickers, etc., post them, and give them away
Speak at relevant events
Focusing on building your Community
Answer questions on YahooAnswers, Quora, etc. (Ad a link to your profile, or mention your site in your answer.)
Use Feedburner
Add your URL to your email signature
Advertise on eBayClassified
Always link to your blog in your online profiles
Use friendly URLs

Join the network
Design and sell products on CafePress, Zazzle, and any number of other similar companies
Write an ad for your blog on
Comment on related videos on YouTube
Take advantage of bumps in traffic by pushing out content fast
Let your analytics data tell you what’s working and duplicate those efforts
Create Squidoo Lenses
Create free pages at,, and similar sites
Follow people on twitter
Create a page on about your blog and your goals
Submit your site to
Join your local chamber of commerce
Start a meetup
Launch a conference
Use your blog’s name as a username
Buy an ad in your local news paper
Host a blog contest
Engage on facebook pages and mention facebook pages in your own updates
Create a Google+ brand page
Submit articles to EzineArticles
Do keyword research
Utilize bread crumbs and related articles
Come up with a great April Fool’s prank for shot at going viral
Write about other blogs
Link to other bloggers, if you want them to link to you
Comment on another (related) blog
Be yourself, use your own unique voice

Well, I hope you found some useful tips that will help you increase traffic to your blog (or website).

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