About Navneet Kaushal

Nav is the founder and CEO of PageTraffic, a premier search engine company known for its assured SEO service, web design and development, copywriting and full time SEO professionals.

Navneet has wide experience in natural search engine optimization, internet marketing and PPC campaigns. He is a prolific writer and his articles can be found in the "Best Articles" section of many websites and article banks. As a search engine analyst , he has over 9 years of experience and his knowledge is in application here.
Google Emailing Notices To Webmasters Regarding Unnatural Links Google Emailing Notices To Webmasters Regarding Unnatural Links
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Many websites have fallen victims to Google’s emphasis on quality. And over the past few months, one of the targets has been unnatural links on your websites used for enhanced indexing and ranking. Google’s webmaster tools guidelines clearly demonstrates its …

Google Releases Site Speed Report Google Releases Site Speed Report
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Google has announced the inclusion of a new feature – the Site Speed Report, in the latest Google Analytics. This feature will allow you to measure the page load time on pages of your website. According to the company, Google …

Hotmail Emails Go MIA

The Microsoft website has been flooded with messages from unhappy Hotmail users who are complaining of missing e-mails in their account. There seems to be a new bug that deleted e-mails from the users’ inboxes. A lousy way to begin a year for the Hotmail users.

Ask.com Stepping Up in Fight Against Breast Cancer

OAKLAND, Calif., September 14, 2009 — Ask.com, a leading search engine and operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI), today announced the launch of its Search for the Cure® program and charitable commitment to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the world’s largest and most progressive grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Google Employee Sued For TOS Violation

Jeremy Schoemaker of ShoeMoney has sued a Google employee, who owns a website that uses the patented keyword “ShoeMoney” of the company.

Wikia Search Takes Leave Of Abscence

Jimmy Wales announced a few days ago, the closure of Wikia Search due to the ongoing economic recession. Wikia Search was designed with the primary purpose to allow users determine the rankings of sites and pages for all other users.

Wales summed up the decision like this,

Google Adwords Console & API Going Offline January 10th

A maintenance process this Saturday!

Yes, this is the official announcement from the Google Team about a maintenance process, this Saturday. The AdWords login console and the API will be offline between 10am and 2pm Pacific Time.

“We’ll be performing routine system maintenance on Saturday, January 10 from approximately 10:00am to 2:00pm PST. You won’t be able to access AdWords or the API during this time frame, but your ads will continue to run as normal.” -Jeffrey Posnick, AdWords API Team.

Microsoft Recommending Link Exchange Schemes?

Most of the SEOs were amazed by reading the article written by Skip Chilcott, Sr. Product Manager of Microsoft.

Attorney General Sues A Washington SEO Firm

An attorney general is suing a Redmond-based e-commerce service providing company, which had faltered on its promises of bringing up Web Traffic for a number of small businesses, driving many customers to file complaints.

Attorney General Rob McKenna reportedly stated that, “When it comes to Internet search results, every small business wants to pull a high ranking. Merchants hoping to increase their online sales paid thousands of dollars to Visible.net and Captures.com but didn’t always receive the top listings and other services they were promised.”

On-Demand XML Sitemaps for Custom Search

Google has come up with another nice webmaster tool.

Pubcon: SEO Strategies Various Companies Have Employed

This session had the various speakers highlighting the SEO/SEM strategy their companies have employed, the challenges they have faced in the field as well as the areas that need to be worked upon.


  • Joseph Morin


Pubcon: Brett Tabke’s 26 Steps To 15k a Day
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There’s no need to introduce Brett Tabke’s ’26 Steps To 15k a Day’. The page, that was posted almost seven years ago, has had nearly 29 million page views and 15 million unique visitors. It has also been used as a training manual by numerous Fortune 100 companies.

Search Engines Indexing Google Profiles

It is true that Google Profiles serve as the main building blocks in acting as the foundation for making Google as the main social map in the whole web-world!

"A Google Profile is simply how you represent yourself on Google products — it lets you tell others a bit more about who you are and what you’re all about. You control what goes into your Google Profile, sharing as much (or as little) as you’d like." – Google

Google Gives You “First Click Free”

One of the most annoying things for a web user is to search the whole web, find what looks like a desired result and then end up being on a log-in-page.

These pages have just one motto in mind… Give us money, else go away! Personally, I find it more convenient to move away from that page because I always feel that I can find that information on other pages as well.

The Private Domain Registration & Google Dilemma

The Search Engine Roundtable scoop has drawn our attention towards the fix situation that is faced by the majority of online marketers regarding the registration process of their domain names.

Google Blocking Scrapers

At the beginning of this month, we had reported that, Google had blocked the widely used search engine rank checking tool ‘WebPosition Gold’.

Google Defamation Suit Sparks Blogging Controversy

The Wired Blog Network, revealed the mystery behind the Google defamation law suit in India.

Don’t Forget About Yahoo! Maps

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard anything about Yahoo! Maps and just when we thought that Yahoo! had forgotten all about the map service, Yahoo! has surprised us by performing a major update to Yahoo! Maps.

Google Penalizes Newsday.com For Selling Links

According to Search Engine Roundtable, a popular media website Newsday.com, has been hit hard in terms of PageRank, as Google has specified that the website in question has been penalized for selling links that pass PageRank and for violating

Google Not Shy About Privacy

Last month I had reported that Ask.com had added a direct link to its privacy policy via a "Privacy" link conveniently placed on its homepage.

It was observed that even Google didn’t have the ‘Privacy Link’ and that this move might compel the search giant to do the same to their homepage too.

A Humourous ‘Yahoo! Resignation Letter Generator’

With almost everything clouded in the shroud of uncertainty and with all the rumors of a management shift at Yahoo! Inc, it has become too cumbersome for our readers to handle. Hence, I thought, there should be something afresh to wake up to.

Google Debuts Webmaster Tools API
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According to Google Webmaster Central Blog, after numerous requests from Webmasters to integrate Webmaster Tools for third-parties, Google has finally released Webmaster Tools API, a tool that integrates API (Application Programming Interface) into Webmaster Tools.

Ask Privacy Link
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Ask.com has announced. that it has added a direct link to its privacy policy via a "Privacy" link conveniently placed on its homepage, thus, easing the growing concerns of the privacy watchdogs.

New Internet Board Game- Googolopoly!

We have all played ‘Monopoly’ the game, as we grew up and still on weekends or on family picnics or getaways, Monopoly is one of the preferred games. However, Monopoly’s ‘monopoly’ is about to end. Google has introduced an all new Googolopoly Game.