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Below is the list of my Guest Blogging on SEO, SEM, Social Media, eMail Marketing Online Marketing and Web Technologies etc.

How to Save Your Website(s) Bandwidth
[] - February 4th, 2013
At times too many visitors coming to your website can eat-up your website monthly bandwidth or even your serve may go down. This is something you don't want to happen to your website ever. To overcome these issues, you can ...

On-Page Optimization for Ecommerce Websites
[] - November 15th, 2012
Covering the basics changes day by day in SEO. These are today's best practices for ecommerce sites.

Increase Web Page Speed: Optimize Your JavaScript
[] - September 25th, 2012
In years 2010 Google announced that it is incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that we use in determining search rankings. There are many ways to improve the website.

"Omit The Protocol" And 7 Other Tips To Write Better Web Code
[] - August 17th, 2012
When a URL's protocol is omitted, the browser uses the underlying document's protocol instead. It looks strange at first, but this "protocol-less" URL is the best way to reference third party content that's available via both HTTP and HTTPS.

How to use PHP to get the number of Tweets for a URL?
[] - May 23rd, 2012
Most of us are using the different widgets and plugins to display the number of Tweets/Retweets for our website URLs, blog post, articles, press release and other pages. Although there many other ways to keep a track on how many ...

How to improve your CTR in Google SERPs
[] - March 29th, 2012
In India we have a saying "Jo Dikhta Hai Woh Bikta Hai" – which means "What is visible, sells" in other words, "that which is seen is sold". Clickthrough rate (CTR) is a way of measuring the success of an online ...

How to use PHP to capture essential Information on 404 Error Page
[] - February 6th, 2012
You can capture as much information you want. Once you get to know where your website users are hitting 404 or broken links you can easily fix those errors and provide a good user experience.

CMS Requirements for SEO
[] - December 13th, 2011
Nowadays, every business ‘small or big’ is using some kind of CMS for their website(s). Some of the most popular CMS’s are WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Blogger and SharePoint. Some are even using In-House CMS and even customizing the CMS’s as per their requirements. A CMS makes it easy for non-technical users to add, delete & update the content on the website and this is one of the reasons why CMS’s are so popular among website owners.

Tables vs. DIV/CSS Layout: SEO Point of View
[] - November 2nd, 2011
Websites written using DIV/CSS are considered to be coded cleaner on the other hand improperly nested TABLEs can increase page size and weight. DIV tags are considered the standard method for creating web design layouts by most web designers due to the advantages the DIV tags bring over the TABLE tags. DIV/CSS allows designers to change the entire look and fill of the website by only making changes to the external CSS file.

How to Implement Google +1 Button for Social Sharing
[] - August 26th, 2011
Recently Google announced that the +1 button now lets visitors share your website pages to their Google+ profile. If someone wants to start a conversation about your content, its easy for them to do so, just like Facebook Social Share.

Best Practices for handling Website Server Outages and Downtime
[] - August 15th, 2011
What server code to use when you need to take your site offline a bit.


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Joydeep Deb

is a Digital Marketing Specialist with 12+ years of experience in Digital Marketing, Lead Generation, Online Brand Management, Web Marketing Campaigns, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), PPC, eMail Marketing, Web Analytics, Web Technologies, Web Design and Development.

With an MBA in Marketing. Lives in Bangalore, Karnataka - India and working as an Program Manager SEO.

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