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We try and bridge the gap between our company and our customers by providing them with well organized websites with proper SEO and SEM services based on the requisites of their company.

Mission: Though our main mission is to increase the performance of companies and advertising agencies with a well built website, we the Proven Web Solution also aim at producing as many websites that are possible for different customers to carry over our services to firms present all over the country.

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11/07/2015

Proven Web Solution

From SEO To SXO: Search Experience Optimization

When it comes to search engine optimization, Mark Munroe would argue that you need to think beyond your website...
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How does one win at SEO in 2015 and beyond?
Some of the directives we have been hearing for years are truer than ever:

“Just create great content!”

“Content is king!”

“Build a quality site!”

But what is “great?” How do you measure “quality?”

You can’t evaluate content quality without considering the expectations of the user. It doesn’t matter how well the content is written if it’s out of sync with the user’s expectations. Great content, in the context of search, means you have moved beyond SEO to Search Experience Optimization.

11/07/2015
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the most effective dental marketing to grow your practice

1) Your dental website design is more valuable than your physical location when making first impressions.

2) 81% of U.S. Internet users are using search engines to make spending decisions.

3) Investment in dental SEO, PPC and online marketing produces 8x greater ROI than conventional advertising.
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09/13/2015
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the most effective dental marketing to grow your practice

1) Your dental website design is more valuable than your physical location when making first impressions.

2) 81% of U.S. Internet users are using search engines to make spending decisions.

3) Investment in dental SEO, PPC and online marketing produces 8x greater ROI than conventional advertising.
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8 Creative Ways to Rustle Up Online Reviews1. Promote your presence on review sites -- onlineYou can add Yelp or TripAdv...
09/13/2015
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8 Creative Ways to Rustle Up Online Reviews

1. Promote your presence on review sites -- online
You can add Yelp or TripAdvisor widgets to your website, blog and social media pages. Or if you’re fussy about the aesthetics of your Web design, you can just add a simple one-liner (“Tell us what you think,” “Would you recommend us to your friends?”) along with a link to your review site business page.
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The key is to raise awareness and communicate to customers that you can’t wait to hear what they think.

2. Promote your presence on review sites -- offline
Sites like Yelp, Foursquare and TripAdvisor let listed business owners request or print collaterals like stickers, window clings, certificates, what-have-you.

Take advantage and place these prominently on your business location. Other places where you can encourage customers to check out your review site pages and leave reviews include business cards, brochures, printed receipts and even employee buttons.

3. Add links to your e-mails
Sending out newsletters? Add a review request link that recipients can click to post a review of your business on a site of your choice. Or if you don’t want to seem too pushy, add some simple text to your e-mail signature such as, “Check us out on Yelp” or “Visit our Google+ page and tell us your opinion.”

4. Increase social engagement
This works well if you've built a strong community on networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Make it easy for customers by adding a link to the review page where you want them to go.

Related: You Are a Content Company, Whether You Know It or Not

5. Create special check-in / walk-in offers
People love pleasant surprises, so cook up one of your own to influence those who are nearby. During low season, give a random guest a free room upgrade. Or offer a free dessert or discount to customers who check in using Swarm, Yelp or Facebook. Identify the most crucial customer touchpoints and make them special and unforgettable. Before you know it, customers will be writing reviews about how their visit to your business was super awesome.

6. Use review request tools
Several e-mail marketing providers offer tools for creating customizable e-mail templates, and industry-specific review sites have similar offerings: Edmunds has Review Accelerator, for example, and TripAdvisor has Review Express.

7. Try gamification
Including the basic mechanics of play -- like social interactivity, friendly competition or raffle draws -- in your digital marketing efforts can be an effective way to generate positive reviews. For example, you can hand out monthly giveaways to a random reviewer or to anyone who leaves the funniest review. The key is to offer a small incentive to customers who take the time to write reviews, regardless of whether it’s a positive or a negative one.

8. Improve your Wi-Fi and phone service
Instant Internet access encourages customers to check in, geo-tag their posts, post online reviews and start socially-driven conversations about your business. But so many businesses have been given a one-star rating for spotty Wi-Fi or crappy customer phone service. By making a minimal investment to improve the quality of services and facilities like these, you make it harder for customers to give you a bad review.

Don’t let fears of a one-star rating stop you from embracing online reviews as a marketing tool. By encouraging customers to share their opinions online, you can demonstrate that your business is the kind that values customer feedback, and that you’re confident in the excellent quality of products and services you offer.

Google May Add Structured Markup & Data To Ranking Algorithm

Google May Add Structured Markup & Data To Ranking AlgorithmStructured data, structured markup and rich snippets have al...
09/13/2015

Google May Add Structured Markup & Data To Ranking Algorithm

Structured data, structured markup and rich snippets have always been about helping Google and search engines understand your content and potentially lead to Google making your search result snippet richer, with the goal of increasing your click-through rate from the organic results to your page.http://buff.ly/1EUX3st

Google has said, time and time again, that these are not used in the ranking algorithm to make a Web page rank better. They have said that adding structured markup to your pages won’t directly lead to your page ranking better in the Google search results.

Well, that may change in the future.

Google’s John Mueller said in a Google Hangout this morning (at the 21:40 minute mark) that “over time, I think it [structured markup] is something that might go into the rankings as well.”

He said Google currently doesn’t use this for ranking purposes, but that over time, Google may indeed start using it. He went on to explain his rationale:

If we can recognize someone is looking for a car, we can say oh well, we have these pages that are marked up with structured data for a car, so probably they are pretty useful in that regard. We don’t have to guess if this page is about a car.
John added:

So I think in the long run, it definitely makes sense to use structured data where you see that as being reasonable on the Web site. But I wouldn’t assume that using structured data markup with make your site jump up in rankings automatically. So we try to distinguish between a site that is done technically well and a site that actually has good content.

Just because it is done technically well, it doesn’t mean it is as relevant to the users as content that is not done as technically well.

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09/12/2015

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From SEO To SXO: Search Experience OptimizationWhen it comes to search engine optimization, Mark Munroe would argue that...
08/08/2015

From SEO To SXO: Search Experience Optimization

When it comes to search engine optimization, Mark Munroe would argue that you need to think beyond your website...
http://www.provenwebsolution.com/
How does one win at SEO in 2015 and beyond?
Some of the directives we have been hearing for years are truer than ever:

“Just create great content!”

“Content is king!”

“Build a quality site!”

But what is “great?” How do you measure “quality?”

You can’t evaluate content quality without considering the expectations of the user. It doesn’t matter how well the content is written if it’s out of sync with the user’s expectations. Great content, in the context of search, means you have moved beyond SEO to Search Experience Optimization.

Best Ways to Boost SEO with Social Media: FacebookToday I’m going to look at using Facebook to improve your search engin...
08/05/2015
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Best Ways to Boost SEO with Social Media: Facebook

Today I’m going to look at using Facebook to improve your search engine results. I’m talking mostly about Google here, but the ideas I’ll share will also help you on Bing and global search engines if that’s a part of your SEO strategy.
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We’ll also take a look at optimizing for Facebook’s own internal Graph Search function. It’s a fascinating trend that’s worth paying attention to.

How Does Google Use Facebook (or Does It)?

First things first. If you want to use any social network for Google SEO, you need to know what Google’s algorithm currently does with data on that network—what it indexes, about what “signals” it cares, etc. By “signals,” I mean basically counting popularity of social content as a ranking factor on Google—for example, up-ranking Facebook posts that have lots of likes.

It seems obvious that you’d learn what Google does in relation to Facebook, but I’ve observed a lot of bad advice recently about Google and social signals. Be careful. Especially watch out for guidance telling you:

We know Google uses social signals because there’s a high correlation between ranking and social content that gets shared or liked a lot. This line of thinking often refers to search ranking correlation studies by Moz or Searchmetrics. People misrepresent the findings in repeated tellings though and it takes on a causation influence where it probably doesn’t exist.
We know Google uses social signals because Google said so … in 2010. There’s a lot of recent content referring to this old video in which Matt Cutts said Google was using social signals from Facebook. But … that was four years old and nothing lasts forever—especially advice about the internal workings of the Google algo.
So where does that leave us? Does Google use social signals from Facebook to rank or not? At the moment, the smart money says no. I’m betting on two pieces of intel that most reputable SEOs trust:

Matt Cutts’ most recent guidance—this much-circulated video from January 2014 in which he said Google indexes Facebook (and Twitter) pages just like other pages, but doesn’t have a special way to count up likes, shares, or other “signals.” This is worth a watch if you haven’t seen it already.
Stone Temple Consulting’s investigation from December 2013 on whether Facebook activity impacts SEO. In this well-documented study, Eric Enge found that likes on Facebook posts don’t affect Google results at all. Also worth a look.
So what Is Facebook Good for in SEO?

Even if Facebook social signals don’t directly impact rank, the network still has a lot of potential for SEO value. Like Twitter, you can use it to build traffic/links back to your website, and most SEOs agree that you should do this. Some best practices for doing that are presented below.

But what really sets Facebook apart in today’s SEO world is Graph Search—the internal search engine Facebook launched in 2013 and which is gradually building steam. Graph Search has the potential to be a viable threat to the supremacy of Google, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg went on record earlier this year saying, basically, that’s where the company wants to take it.

Graph search is a semantic search technology that responds to complex user queries and parses natural language rather than just looking for keyword matches. It also brings in data from Bing when Facebook’s own content is too thin to return rich results on a given query.

By harnessing the power of the interconnectedness of friends, their friends, and all their Facebook data, Graph Search returns something that no other search engine today can. It goes beyond the potential of the standalone search engines to add social signals to their algorithmic functions. Whether people will actually start using it enough to challenge Google remains to be seen. But it’s certainly worth your attention.

There are at least two ways Graph Search can help you. First, for Google SEO, it’s a powerful tool for studying your fans and their interests at a pretty granular level. By the same token, you can use it for competitor analysis to learn what their fans like and dislike.

Second, it’s worth strategizing about being findable in Graph Search itself. Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged it’s going to be probably a 5-10 year project to get where he wants to go—but it looks like it could happen, and it makes sense to think ahead. Read on for what you can do now.

Key Takeaways: Facebook Tactics for Google, Graph Search and Bing

Optimizing for Graph Search involves a lot of the same tactics you’ll want for Google SEO as well as Bing. The following practices will help you with all of them.

The most important practice is to engage. Create sharable content and encourage liking and sharing. Graph Search and Bing both incorporate social signals directly into their SERs. But actively cultivating relationships and inviting participation with your content also helps you indirectly with Google by potentially building links to your website.

Other things to do:

Customize your Facebook URL.
Have your page name be your brand or company name and nothing else.
Fill out all possible information, and use some keywords from your Google SEO playbook.
Connect your page to all your other online web presence.
Use Graph Search to research customers and competitors.
To wrap up, Facebook doesn’t currently offer direct benefits for Google SEO in the form of social signals impacting search results. But, you can use it to build traffic and links to your website and other online properties. You can use Graph Search to learn what your fans and competitors are doing and talking about. And we should all be watching to see if Graph Search delivers on its bid as a serious contender to Google.

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07/26/2015
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07/22/2015
Proven Web Solution

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We offers professional best SEO services that help websites increase organic search drastically and compete for 1st page rankings of highly competitive keywords.
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07/22/2015
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We offers professional best SEO services that help websites increase organic search drastically and compete for 1st page rankings of highly competitive keywords.
We will bring you new pre-qualified customers
We’ll save you time, money and headaches
Our experienced staff will get your project done right – the first time.
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Words aren’t enough to keep customers and prospects engaged these days, and visual content has a major role to play in d...
07/22/2015

Words aren’t enough to keep customers and prospects engaged these days, and visual content has a major role to play in driving traffic to your business.
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07/22/2015

How To Identify Influencers And Find Leads Using Social Media Monitoring
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