Google has announced that the latest adjustment of its Panda Update — a channel planned to rebuff "slight" or poor substance from situating outstandingly — has been released.
Google said in a post on Google+ that a “slow rollout” began earlier this week and will continue into next week, before being complete. Google said that depending on location, about 3%-to-5% of search queries will be affected.
Anything different about this latest release? Google says it’s supposed to be more precise and will allow more high-quality small and medium-sized sites to rank better. From the post:
Based on user (and webmaster!) feedback, we’ve been able to discover a few more signals to help Panda identify low-quality content more precisely. This results in a greater diversity of high-quality small- and medium-sized sites ranking higher, which is nice.

New Chance For Some; New Penalty For Others

The rollout means anyone who was penalized by Panda in the last update has a chance to emerge, if they made the right changes. So if you were hit by Panda, made alterations to your site, you’ll know by the end of next week if those were good enough, if you see an increase in traffic.
The rollout also means that new sites not previously hit by Panda might get impacted. If you’ve seen a sudden traffic drop from Google this week, or note one in the coming days, then this latest Panda Update is likely to blame.

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About That Number

Why are we calling it Panda 4.1? Well, Google itself called the last one Panda 4.0 and deemed it a major update. This isn’t as big of a change, so we’re going with Panda 4.1.
We actually prefer to number these updates in the order that they’ve happened, because trying to determine if something is a “major” or “minor” Panda Update is imprecise and lead to numbering absurdities like having a Panda 3.92 Update.
But since Google called the last one Panda 4.0, we went with that name — and we’ll continue on with the old-fashioned numbering system unless it gets absurd again.
For the record, here’s the list of confirmed Panda Updates, with some of the major changes called out with their AKA (also known as) names:
  1. Panda Update 1, AKA
    Panda 1.0, Feb. 24, 2011 (11.8% of queries; announced; English in US only)
  2. Panda Update 2, AKA
    Panda 2.0, April 11, 2011 (2% of queries; announced; rolled out in English internationally)
  3. Panda Update 3, May 10, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)
  4. Panda Update 4, June 16, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)
  5. Panda Update 5, July 23, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)
  6. Panda Update 6, Aug. 12, 2011 (6-9% of queries in many non-English languages; announced)
  7. Panda Update 7, Sept. 28, 2011 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)
  8. Panda Update 8 AKA
    Panda 3.0, Oct. 19, 2011 (about 2% of queries; belatedly confirmed)
  9. Panda Update 9, Nov. 18, 2011: (less than 1% of queries; announced)
  10. Panda Update 10, Jan. 18, 2012 (no change given; confirmed, not announced)
  11. Panda Update 11, Feb. 27, 2012 (no change given; announced)
  12. Panda Update 12, March 23, 2012 (about 1.6% of queries impacted; announced)
  13. Panda Update 13, April 19, 2012 (no change given; belatedly revealed)
  14. Panda Update 14, April 27, 2012: (no change given; confirmed; first update within days of another)
  15. Panda Update 15, June 9, 2012: (1% of queries; belatedly announced)
  16. Panda Update 16, June 25, 2012: (about 1% of queries; announced)
  17. Panda Update 17, July 24, 2012:(about 1% of queries; announced)
  18. Panda Update 18, Aug. 20, 2012: (about 1% of queries; belatedly announced)
  19. Panda Update 19, Sept. 18, 2012: (less than 0.7% of queries; announced)
  20. Panda Update 20 , Sept. 27, 2012 (2.4% English queries, impacted, belatedly announced
  21. Panda Update 21, Nov. 5, 2012 (1.1% of English-language queries in US; 0.4% worldwide; confirmed, not announced)
  22. Panda Update 22, Nov. 21, 2012 (0.8% of English queries were affected; confirmed, not announced)
  23. Panda Update 23, Dec. 21, 2012 (1.3% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)
  24. Panda Update 24, Jan. 22, 2013 (1.2% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)
  25. Panda Update 25, March 15, 2013 (confirmed as coming; not confirmed as having happened)
  26. Panda Update 26 AKA
    Panda 4.0, May 20, 2014 (7.5% of English queries were affected; confirmed, announced)
  27. Panda Update 27 AKA
    Panda 4.1, Sept. 25, 2014 (3-5% of queries were affected; confirmed, announced)
The latest update comes four months after the last, which suggests that this might be a new quarterly cycle that we’re on. Panda had been updated on a roughly monthly basis during 2012. In 2013, most of the year saw no update at all.
Of course, there could have been unannounced releases of Panda that have happened. The list above is only for those that have been confirmed by Google.
This week, Google announced that Google Panda 4.0 and a second iteration of its Payday Loan update have both been rolled out. We reached out to some notable SEOs and posed the following:

Google updates are always big news in the SEO industry because people worry that their sites (or their clients’ sites) will be affected.
With Panda 4.0 affecting ~7.5% of English search queries and the Payday Loan update affecting ~0.2% of English searches, what are some more permanent strategies SEOs can begin to implement to not only use these updates to their benefit, but to not be ‘scared’ of future Google updates?
From Bruce Clay, Owner & President of Bruce Clay, Inc.:
“The same strategies we have been using and recommending for years still hold true, even with Panda, Payday Loan, Penguin and all the other updates and penalties Google unleashes. We have always preached that your website has to be worthy of ranking in search results. You can’t make a pig fly (your website) and that is definitely not your job as an SEO. These updates, and the ones to come, have only proven this point. Google is going to continue to crack down on quality.
The focus needs to be on content—that which provides value to the searcher—and a user-friendly site, meaning the structure and navigation is logical and clear. You should make sure your on-page content is in line with what Google believes to be the “norm” and is rewarding. For example, view the top ranked pages for your keyword and determine the keyword density, reading level, word count and use of META tags. Then, create a footprint, on your website, of the natural use of that particular keyword.
Part of your SEO strategy should incorporate a site audit. You need to look at everything on the site with an objective eye. Get rid of duplicate or thin content and consolidate pages, when necessary. Review your back link profile and prune bad links. Auditing is an ongoing activity. You have to be vigilant and proactive.”
From Eric Enge, CEO at Stone Temple Consulting:
The interesting thing about this Panda update that it included a mix of two components:
  1. Improved detection of more sites that Google wanted to impact with Panda. This is why we see reports of many different sites that were hit.
  2. A lessening of the scope of the traffic decrease caused by Panda. This is why some have referred to this as a kinder gentler Panda. Many sites had partial recoveries as a result.
That said, the underlying messages remain clear. Thin content, or “me too” content is an endangered species. Creating unique site experiences that are focused on high quality user experiences on your site is essential. For many organizations this is a big shift. There is SO much competition for each search term, and so much competition for links and content marketing ideas and placements that the awesome site experience is now a critical differentiator.
Take a look at the attached image, where I do the following search query:
There are over 31,000 results! There is no need for more than or 5 articles on how to make French toast – it’s really easy. You can’t win by writing a new article on something that has already been covered many times before. So, the question you have to ask yourself today is – what are you going to do that stands out? What are you going to do that’s exceptional? Learning how to answer this question well may take practice.
But, once you have got this down, your risk from future Google updates is greatly reduced.

From Jordan Kasteler, SEO Consultant and Senior SEO Manager at Red Door Interactive:
“If you’re doing marketing right way, you don’t need to worry about the negative affects of Google updates much at all until you’re faced with playing cleanup from someone else not doing things the right way. Create and promote quality content, avoid transactional link building, optimize sites for user intent, and you’ll be solid.”

From Lisa Buyer, President & CEO of The Buyer Group:

From a public relations perspective, who would ever think that Google penalties  and updates would become an online public relations problem? But a Google penalty can potentially crush a brand’s hard earned search results, leaving a brand with a fraction of the earned search visibility that they once counted on for business. A business needs to make sure they are on top of the search engine’s updates.
Take eBay for example, they not only had a major issue with repairing website issues but they also were faced with a public relations and visibility problem.

From Jason White, Director of SEO at DragonSearch:

“You have to take the time to audit and understand your website’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as understand any liabilities. Use this information to educate your client about these issues and how it effects SEO and their business as a whole. Without this type of education you missing out on building a relationship with your client, issues become surprises, and its harder to work collaboratively to move forward.
Furthermore, doing competitive research and understanding the liabilities of your competitors can help to shape the client education. If the competitors are clean, it’s important to know what SEO black hat methods are being used and are working in other industries and verticals. This knowledge can help shape what you do for your client. More importantly, it’s vital that you stay current with the industry and educate yourself on the best practices and the worst practices. This knowledge is what is going to help you stay ahead and prepare for any future road bump or update that Google might come out with next.
My best advice is for all SEO’s to treat SEO and Digital Marketing as the legitimate business that it is. Don’t look for loop holes and ways to cut corners. It’s cliche to say: “Focus on the user”, but it’s only cliche because people keep saying it but aren’t doing it. If you do superb marketing, it not only works, but you’ll sleep better at night.”

From Jayson DeMers, Founder & CEO at AudienceBloom:

“Implement the three pillars of SEO: Content, links, and social media, via a solid content strategy. This builds brand signals, which are the natural algorithmic signals that will not only protect you from future algorithm updates, but strengthen your website’s rankings.
Additionally, stop participating in risky, black-hat SEO tactics. It’s time to embrace the reality that real, effective SEO strategies these days don’t involve trickery; they involve expertise, value, and quality content publication.”

From Joe Laratro, President of Tandem Interactive:

One of the first observations I have of Panda 4.0 is a clustering effect (to the lower ranked site) of similar domains on the same IP C block. This makes pretty good sense following the past themes of Panda updates reducing the value of low quality content in the SERPs. If my observation proves correct, there are two reasonable tactics.
The first one is to shut down domains that are competing with the branded or more important domain on that IP block. This is the better option and accomplishes what the algorithm update is trying to do.
The second option would be to move the domain(s) to different servers and change the registrar information.

This option should only be used if there is real value in the other domains and valid purpose for their existence other than trying to own more real estate on the same keyword results. It will take days for Panda 4.0 to fully hit all of the data centers. It may take weeks for valid analysis of what it did and how to deal with it.
The bottom line: It is that strong websites/domains could be negatively affected by lower quality but very similar domains on the same IP C Block.
Article Source - Searchenginejournal
Do you have sites impacted by the update? Are you shifting your SEO strategy moving forward?
In the event that you hadn't perceived, the hashtag has basically assumed control online networking. 

With destinations like Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram all utilizing this arrangement to arrange content, it ought to be clear that this once overlooked character on the console has at long last set aside a few minutes. As per some examination by Buddy Media (and specified on the Buffer application blog), one dejected hashtag can expand engagement by 100%! 

Lamentably, there are quite a few people out there who simply don't appear to comprehend the new pattern. They abuse the hierarchical apparatus suspecting that it is essentially a method for pulling in consideration regarding their substance. While the hashtag can serve this reason, utilizing it disgracefully isn't going to help you whatsoever. 

Here are a few tips on the most proficient method to adequately make utilization of hashtags in your online networking showcasing. 

#1. Pick the right words 

The hashtag isn't intended to be utilized for each saying as a part of your post. The purpose of this little character is basically to compose substance and make it simpler to discover. For instance, on the off chance that somebody needs to discover news about their most loved b-ball group, they may look for #nba, however they presumably aren't going to hunt #basket or #ball. 

Utilizing either of those terms is prone to force up numerous comes about that aren't even identified with the game they are searching for. Hashtags are ordinarily extremely centered, implying that basic and much of the time utilized words don't normally make the cut. In any case how would you know simply what to say to send the best message? By testing. 


#2. Test your message 

Most brands that exploit this social networking instrument invest sooner or later testing their hashtags. Indeed the White House media group tried 26 separate potential outcomes before one of the President's State of the Union locations, in the long run settling on the 7 best messages. 

It will be imperative to test every social networking stage you propose to utilize and see for yourself what resounds the best with your clients. Notwithstanding testing, you can likewise scan every online networking site for hashtags and search for the best words. 

That being said, it ought to be noted that each one site has an incomprehensibly distinctive client base and you will improve to focus on each one business sector separately at whatever point conceivable. 

#3. Don't try too hard 

Only on the grounds that you can utilize more than one hashtag as a part of a message doesn't fundamentally imply that you ought to. Most perusers of social networking locales see an excess of hashtags as just spam. While they could be a staggeringly successful advertising device, you may do yourself an injury in the event that you utilize them excessively oftentimes. 

Regularly, you would prefer not to utilize more than one or two hashtags for every post, with one hashtag being the ideal decision. Likewise, it will be critical to abstain from utilizing them as a part of each and every post that you make, as social networking clients are careful about organizations making a decent attempt to advertise themselves. 

Utilize these hierarchical devices when it bodes well for utilization them and you'll harvest the prizes of a more captivated supporter base. 


#4. Make brand engagement 

The genuine force of hashtagging is the capacity to interface your brand with different famous and unfathomably unmistakable themes, which will drive new viewers to your social networking vicinity, and also provide for you the open door to captivate with them. At the point when decently created and utilized sparingly, hashtags can help build your perceivability and even enhance client relations. The more agreeable your supporters feel with your brand, the more probable they will be to endeavor communicating with you by means of social networking. 

You unquestionably would prefer not to overlook them, however you would prefer fundamentally not to utilize hashtags while bantering with your devotees either. As noted above, you don't essentially need to utilize a hashtag within every post, however its especially paramount to recollect that you ought not utilize them while reacting to somebody . Whether its a retweet or an answer, abstain from connecting these characters to when they are not required. 

Hashtagging basically 

That being said, there you have it. On the off chance that you remember these basic ideas, you are certain to see online networking promoting achievement. 


Compelling correspondence is an unquestionable requirement with regards to brand administration, yet it ought to be noted that the abuse of hashtags can really prompt fewer communications generally. Utilizing hashtags sparingly (close to 1 or 2 for every post) and astutely has indicated to be a successful method for promoting for a few brands and organizations. Join the insurgency today and begin sending the right message with the force of the hashtag!
As Facebook does not need any introduction, it is one of the most popular web sites on the planet. You might not know you all potential customers belongs to Facebook. How are you going to tap this market? How can you focus your marketing push to this special segment? We are going to discus about the facebook business page and its effects. We have divided this article in 3 parts. Lets figure out the same with 5W1H formula which we always tend to listen.

 Why you want Facebook Business Page?

This should be your fundamental question if you are a business or organisation that why you need a Facebook Business Page? Most of us even today think that Facebook is only to tell people what you did in last summer and what your plans are for tomorrow. I am agree that most of the time spent on this is a waste but how can you expect more than 700 million users to be act productive. Here comes the strategy to play the right way by which you can access a bigger market than you have ever imagine before. Additionally you will get a network and visibility to all the demographic areas. Now to sum up the question why you need Facebook Business page you need to keep following points in your mind:

1.     Strong Network
2.     Visibility on the strongest consumer Base
3.     Easy access to all Demographic Area

What a Facebook Business Page is?

After defining the need we should not jump to how to do a process without knowing what it is. We should explain what a business page really is. If you narrowed it down it is a profile of your company or product same like a personal profile. In this case you will referred as a page when you interact with Facebook Site. Don’t expect to explore everything at once as you do in case of personal profile. Facebook platform only allows businesses to see the big picture and people can see and interact with the business on their terms.
Getting started is easy if you have a personal account you can easily create a business page from that account. This is really great for small businesses and sole proprietorships. It is advisable to create a facebook profile for your company email addresses and information instead of opening from the profile of manager and above as when they leave their jobs. Your Facebook presence suddenly adrift.

Before you do anything first be ready for it then decide and take a hard look at who is going to take the responsibility of the page.
TO BE Continued...
LinkedIn is the number one social network for professionals, so naturally, it can be a great social network to use to generate income in many different ways. We know you’ve read plenty of posts about how to create your profile, create a company page, and generate traffic back to your website, so we’re going to skip all of that and dive right into ways you can use LinkedIn to make money online. 


1. Think of a great headline.
A clear, powerful headline that promises to deliver value to the reader counts for as much as 60% of the overall success of your blog post on LinkedIn, as headlines grab readers' attention in an increasingly crowded landscape. Use the headline to guide your content, and deliver what you would tell your best customer.
For example, if you're an accountant, you could try "5 Essential Tax Saving Tips This Year." If you're a small-business growth consultant, you could try "The Secret to Growing Your Business." If you're a recruiter, try "How to Find the Best Talent." Don't worry about giving away your secrets!

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2. Find or take a compelling photo.

The "hero image" directly beneath the headline counts for about 30% of the overall success of your post on LinkedIn, as people notice images much more than they notice text. A photo of you, or you with one other person that the post will reference, is perfect. Choosing and licensing a photo from a site such as Shutterstock is another option. Don't ever skip the photo.

3.Write a concise post.

It depends on what you want to deliver, but typically, 400-600 words is good. Use bold, italics, number and block quotes to add variety to your post. Consider embedding Slideshare presentations and or videos through LinkedIn's easy-to-use toolbar. If you want to become a better writer, here is a post on writing that I wrote.

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4. Include two strong "calls to action" at the bottom of your post.

Conclude your post with two calls to action for readers: The first should ask readers to comment and give them specific questions to answer related to your post. As comments are a huge driver of virality on LinkedIn, you'll want to solicit comments from your connections and readers. The second call to action is an offer--this is where you'll drive leads, sell books, or solicit app downloads. Drive people to a landing page on your website with a call to action such as "To learn more, click here." Consider a clickable picture here too.

5. Share the post on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

LinkedIn is most obvious network to share your post on, for obvious reasons. Consider sharing it both publicly (with all of your connections) and privately (through messages to key connections). Consider sharing it with LinkedIn groups you're in, and your company page if you have one. Don't be afraid to share it up to four times, as your friends and colleagues are logged in at different times through the day and week. Ask your network to share your post with their network.

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6. Repeat steps 1 through 5.

To obtain the best results, blog consistently, at least once per week, on LinkedIn. Remember, you don't need to reach a million people on LinkedIn in order to make money, you just need to reach a few of the right people. And chances are, no matter what you do, the right people are in your LinkedIn network and your network's network.  To reverse-paraphrase the movie The Social Network:
You know what's cooler than reaching 275 million people on LinkedIn? Reaching the right 275 people, with the right message.
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Over the past few years Google has become increasingly aggressive at removing clean link sources and, with nofollow now more prevalent than ever before, guest blogging has become one of the best ways to build relevant high quality links, whilst also placing your website or blog in front of a targeted audience.


All the blogs are listed below in order of PageRank, with their Alexa Rank also included, and of course if your blog accepts guest posts but isn’t listed below then feel free to mention it in the comments.

PageRank 8 Blogs:

1) Moz - Submit a guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 1,835
2) ReadWriteWeb - Submit a guest post
Topics: Web technology trends and social media
Alexa Rank: 1,976

PageRank 7 Blogs:

Topics: The Social Media Guide
Alexa Rank: 303
4) SearchEngineJournal - Previous guest post
Topics: Latest Search Engine News
Alexa Rank: 3,182
5) SmashingMagazine - Previous guest post
Topics: Website Archives and Designs
Alexa Rank: 667

PageRank 6 Blogs:

6) ChrisBrogan - Previous guest post
Topics: Community & social media
Alexa Rank: 9,138
7) ProBlogger - Previous guest post
Topics: Blog Tips
Alexa Rank: 2,260
8) QuickOnlineTips - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 6,616
9) DailyBlogTips - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 4,815
10) CopyBlogger - Previous guest post
Topics: Blog Tips
Alexa Rank: 3,988
11) ShoeMoney - Previous guest post
Topics: Internet Marketing & how to make money
Alexa Rank: 5,838

PageRank 5 Blogs:

12) ClickFire - Previous guest post
Topics: Guest Posting
Alexa Rank: 40,129
13) Enterpreneurs-Journey - Submit a guest post
Topics: Internet Business
Alexa Rank: 8,548
14) SearchEnginePeople - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 21,316
15) Houmah - Previous guest post
Topics: Optimizing Videos for Search Engines
Alexa Rank: 22,442
16) ReveNews - Submit a guest post
Topics: Online Advertising Discussion
Alexa Rank: 66,682
17) CourtneyTuttle - Submit a guest post
Topics: Internet Marketing
Alexa Rank: 24,905
18) The Fire Horse Trail - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 22,442
19) MarketingMixBlog - Submit a guest post
Topics: Marketing
Alexa Rank: 1,035,394
20) GetRichSlowly - Previous guest post
Topics: Personal Finance
Alexa Rank: 14,292
21) UberLinkBuilding - Submit a guest post
Topics: Website Marketing Strategies
Alexa Rank: 108,567
22) ProBlogDesign - Previous guest post
Topics: Design a Better Blog
Alexa Rank: 15,084
23) ShoutMeLoud - Submit a guest post
Topics: How to solve Facebook login Problem
Alexa Rank: 6,549
24) Techie-Buzz - Submit a guest post
Topics: Technology, Mobiles or Gadgets
Alexa Rank: 7,846
25) BloggingTips - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging tips, guides & resources
Alexa Rank: 16,947
26) BlogUssion - Submit a guest post
Topics: Marketing, Make Money, SEO
Alexa Rank: 18,233
27) TechieBlogger - Submit a guest post
Topics: Web Design, Social Media
Alexa Rank: 56,406
28) MoneyMakerInfo - Submit a guest post
Topics: Making Money Online
Alexa Rank: 22,511
29) SEO-Scoop - Submit a guest post
Topics: SEO Scoop
Alexa Rank: 60,786
30) JohnChow - Submit a guest post
Topics: How to make money online
Alexa Rank: 7,663

PageRank 4 Blogs:

31) IWillTeachYouToBeRich - Submit a guest post
Topics: Making Money
Alexa Rank: 33,327
32) WeBlogBetter - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blog Post
Alexa Rank: 58,511
33) TechPP - Submit a guest post
Topics: Featured, Social Media
Alexa Rank: 10,434
34) BachBosh - Submit a guest post
Topics: Affiliate Programs
Alexa Rank: 48,659
35) SmartBloggerz - Submit a guest post
Topics: SEO Tips
Alexa Rank: 25,462
36) Serradinho - Submit a guest post
Topics: Networking Tips, Online Business
Alexa Rank: 61,689
37) HowToMakeMyBlog - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blog Ideas
Alexa Rank: 23,157
38) SearchAnyway - Submit a guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 328,155
39) SEO 2.0 - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 50,949
40) DailySEOTip - Submit a guest post
Topics: SEO Tips
Alexa Rank: 50,949
41) SEM-Group - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 24,428
42) CarLocab - Submit a guest post
Topics: How to make money online
Alexa Rank: 37,415
43) CanIMakeBigMoneyOnline - Submit a guest post
Topics: Make Money Onine
Alexa Rank: 131,167
44) Dayjobnuker - Submit a guest post
Topics: Work from home jobs & how to make money online or offline
Alexa Rank: 158,634
45) Techpp - Previous guest post
Topics: Blog Tips
Alexa Rank: 10,434
46) Smartbloggerz - Previous guest post
Topics: Blogging Tips and Make Money Online Tips
Alexa Rank: 25,462
47) Tricksdaddy - Submit a guest post
Topics: Products
Alexa Rank: 28,766
48) Bashbosh - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging Tips
Alexa Rank: 48,659
49) Howtomakemyblog - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 23,403
50) Serradinho - Previous guest post
Topics: Networking tips for bloggers
Alexa Rank: 61,595
51) Teck - Submit a guest post
Topics: Social networking
Alexa Rank: 21,902
52) Animhut - Previous guest post
Topics: Social media
Alexa Rank: 54,204
53) Affordable-Internet-Marketing - Submit a guest post
Topics: Affordable marketing strategies
Alexa Rank: 53,077
54) Bluehatseo - Previous guest post
Topics: SEO
Alexa Rank: 23,097

PageRank 3 Blogs:

55) Internetincomeformula - Previous guest post
Topics: Internet Business
Alexa Rank: 231,826
56) npview - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blog post
Alexa Rank: 2,958,955
57) Envirogadget - Submit a guest post
Topics: Eco-friendly gadgets
Alexa Rank: 175,149
58) Theladybloggers - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging Tips
Alexa Rank: 314, 990
59) Jackkeifer - Submit a guest post
Topics: Internet Business
Alexa Rank: 252,837
60) Bloggodown - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 32,440
61) Blogsolute - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 20,345
62) Teenius - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 86,083
63) Betterbloggingforbloggers - Submit a guest post
Topics: General
Alexa Rank: 257,907
64) Techcats - Submit a guest post
Topics: Making Money Online
Alexa Rank: 68,199
65) Eblogtip - Previous guest post
Topics: Web hosting, Design and SEO
Alexa Rank: 41,813
66) Daneblogger - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging
Alexa Rank: 188,849
67) Technotip - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging Tips
Alexa Rank: 173,163
68) Famousbloggers - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging Tips
Alexa Rank: 18,046
69) Bloggin-Ads - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging tips & blog reviews
Alexa Rank: 933,636
70) Onlineopportunity - Submit a guest post
Topics: How to make money online
Alexa Rank: 243,426
71) Earnersblog - Submit a guest post
Topics: Internet, PPC, and affiliate marketing
Alexa Rank: 27,204
72) Pureblogging - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging tips
Alexa Rank: 118,573
73) Imbloggingthat - Submit a guest post
Topics: Blogging tips
Alexa Rank: 319,562
74) Webtalks - Submit a guest post
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