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Academic Writing

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Since academic writing solely involves working on papers that are meant to be presented for grading in academic institutions including colleges, universities, and high schools; everything that you write will have to go through an examiner/professor. Therefore, everything has to follow a strict laid out and pre-determined guidelines.
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How To Create SEO Friendly Websites & Rank Faster on Google

The Code
Whether you are using HTML, PHP, or any other programming language to build your web pages, consider the following:

Use a CSS file to define font characteristics, page properties, and visual appearance.

In today’s design environment, a good CSS designer should be able to create an entire website whose visual settings are entirely controlled using one central CSS file. If you are not going that far, at least make certain that all CSS files and JavaScript files are linked from an external location. This means that the actual code is not on the web page itself, but referenced from a different location in the website’s structure. Avoid “code bloat”. When building a website from scratch, limiting the amount of extraneous HTML and web design code is a great practice that will allow a clean environment for search engine bots to crawl and index the website efficiently.

Web Address Management
If the text that appears in your web address can be controlled, then it should be controlled.

  • Use keyword specific text within each web address and separate words with hyphens (not underscores). Remember, as with any opportunity to use keywords, don’t overuse it.
  • My recommendation is to create a web address that is similar to the HTML title of the web page, concatenated a bit to limit character length. A longer string of characters in a web address is less friendly from a user perspective (have you ever emailed a MapQuest link?) and can run a greater risk of breaking, either through copying, typing, or other random errors when distributed.
  • When considering the folder structure, it’s best to limit the number of sub-directories whenever possible. It’s debatable whether greater than 4 apparent sub-directories in a website will cause issues with a search engine’s ability to crawl the deeper pages. Whether or not that idea is accurate, if it’s possible to avoid extended sub-directories, I would do that.
  • Make certain that either the “non-www” versions of web pages 301 redirect to the “www” versions or vice versa. Having duplicate versions of the web address can impact the value of inbound links (for example, different sites link to both the www and non-www versions)
  • Avoid the use of session variables or session tracking directly attached to the web address. While Googlebot and other search engine crawlers are not supposed to see these variables, they can be captured in user bookmarks or scraped material – which could potentially add confusion in indexing (although I just heard – from Google Product Management – that this is resolved at the indexing level).

Miscellaneous Technical Requirements

  • Take of a Robots.txt file to let search engines know what files and folders should not be indexed for search.
  • Add an XML Sitemap to the website structure. This lets search engines know what pages are included on your website when you update them and if certain pages are of higher priority than others.
  • Utilize a custom 404 error page which allows users to click into specific sections of the website instead of having to use the back button in the web browser.
  • Ensure all broken pages and web addresses actually generate a 404 browser response. I’ve seen CMS systems that don’t handle error pages correctly and generate a 200 response (which means “OK”). This can be detrimental since outdated/inaccurate pages in a search engine’s index or broken hyperlinks will likely not resolve accurately in search engine databases.

SEO Specific HTML Tags
SEO Tagging includes HTML Titles, Meta Tags (at the very least, Meta Descriptions and Meta Keywords), and Page Headings. Website administrators need to be able to individually create, change, and manage this information on a regular basis. If the site is built using standard HTML or through a software application like Macromedia Dreamweaver, then this is usually not an issue.

But if the site is designed in a CMS, or uses templated page information (server-side includes for header files, etc), you need to ensure that these HTML Tags can be incorporated into each page’s structure, as needed.

In summary, website owners must have the capability to create unique:

Title information (HTML Titles)
Meta descriptions and keywords
Page Headings
For specific recommendations on SEO tagging (always a popular topic), Search Engine Watch has a great article that reviews and discusses proper meta tag creation.

Layout of Textual Content
Pages text should be presented in a clean, organized manner. The best example I can think of has to be derived from the lessons learned in High School and College-related to writing an exam paper. Consider the following:

Clearly defined main headings and sub-headings, when multiple sections of content are used on the same page.
Organized lists and bullet points when summarizing and ordering information.
The proper usage of font styles to accent specific points or ideas, within reason. (if you bolden the entire page of content, then it means that everything on the page is actually the same weight)
Proper grammar and spelling.
It’s also recommended that the main points of the page be written towards the top of the page, especially in the area that the user will initially view (and not have to scroll down to read).
Overall Website-Specific Factors
Create and utilize an end-user sitemap that provides one landing page for search engines to crawl and index all important content on your website.

Create content beyond product information and company detail. This includes articles, tutorials, and resources applicable to the specific industry.

Utilize a navigational strategy that continually connects users to the most important sections of the website. Examples include the integration of a breadcrumb trail and the organization of content into structured sub-sections of the websites.

It’s preferable to use text-based navigation versus image-based navigation. This can also be said for headings and other navigational/organizational elements of the website.

Use the image “alt” property to properly define what the image is to represent. This is especially important in navigational circumstances.

Cross-link relevant material between web pages. If the most important pages are easily accessible and referenced (when appropriate) through cross-links, search engines will recognize this.

Try to avoid excessive Flash, AJAX, and other technologies that search engines historically have been known to have difficulty crawling. If they must be used, embed the applet or technology (such as a video) into an HTML page, so that there is still an opportunity to add keyword-rich text and meta information.

Finally, configure a web analytics package with your website to allow you to track visitors, referrals, and keyword information. I always recommend Google Analytics which, in my opinion, is the best web reporting tool available. It’s also 100% FREE, so why now?

Final Words
These recommendations provide a framework for search engine optimization success but are in no means the only things that website owners need to do to achieve high rankings for traffic-generating keywords. Always use your own judgment based on your audience when incorporating these recommendations. Keep in mind that your website has to be written for your users first. Keyword spam and content manipulation exclusively for search is never a good idea.

Hacked WordPress? Find and Replace Files & Database Easily

How to Fix Hacked WordPress Database
The first thing you need to do is go to phpMyAdmin and locate your database. If you have multiple databases, you can locate the hacked one by checking your wp-config.php file.

Select the database table and go to the SQL tab. Enter in the following command:

UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = replace(post_content,’A COPY AND PASTE OF THE INJECTED TEXT’,””)

What this does is it finds each instance of the injected code and replaces it with a blank string. If I wanted to replace it with something about hair products. I would do this:

UPDATE `wp_posts` SET post_content = replace(post_content,’A COPY AND PASTE OF THE INJECTED TEXT’,’I LIKE hair products’)

This was a very simple yet interesting hack and to my surprise, it worked really well. So I get finished, shoot off a little bill, and start thinking (dangerous). I think I’m going to start injecting my own strange characters on all my auto blogs. Down the road, you can use this same method to insert or replace anything into your posts and pages (links, ads, code, you name it…)

How to Fix Hacked WordPress Files
Sometimes, a hacker will choose to attack your website’s files instead. In fact, this is the easiest method to penetrate any website. Just grab a premium theme, inject some backdoor in the header file, upload it to a nulled directory, then sit back and wait.

The use of nulled themes and plugins is the number one reason for hacked WordPress sites. A nulled script will usually contain malicious code meant to add some vulnerability to your site. So installing it on your server basically means you inject the malware yourself.

Usually, the malware contains executable PHP code that sits on your website’s directory waiting for commands from the hacker. The code can either mess with your theme or extend to “eat” the whole website. When this happens, you will need to do a thorough cleanup to remove any trace of the code. If all goes well, you should be able to recover the website to its original state.

Remove the corrupt theme
If you are sure your theme was the source of the hack, the first move would obviously be to uninstall and delete it. This cripples the source of the hack and allows you to close loopholes so you can do some internal ‘cleansing’.

Re-install core WordPress files
Most WordPress hacks will often corrupt your WordPress core files, which effectively makes your website inaccessible. Rather than going through each file trying to find the affected items (it’s very likely you will never get anywhere with this method), you can simply replace all WordPress core files with a new installation.

To ensure you don’t lose your website’s data, highlight everything in your root directory except the wp-content folder and wp-config.php file. Then hit delete. The wp-content folder contains your actual website files while the wp-config.php file calls your database. So deleting these 2 items would be rather silly