Didn’t noticed that it’s almost 4 years ago since I started blogging at SEOPinoy.com. I think it’s a milestone for any blog. Back then I didn’t expect this blog to last this long. But thanks to my advertisers for keeping the site alive. Actually I was thinking of selling the domain before when the site was penalized, the domain turned into PR0. I’m thankful that my advertiser didn’t lose faith in my site, and they didn’t cancel their advertisements even the site is PR0. Fortunately the site went back to PR3 and now ranking for very competitive keyword. I guess domain age factor somehow really count in ranking SERP.
Another chapter of SEOpinoy.com will be unfold. And I hope I could allot more time on the site because it needs a lot of work to do. My plan is to accept guest blogger. If someone interested in free guest blogging, kindly drop a comment on this post, and I will contact you through the email you will provide on the comment section.
More to expect
As usual I will provide more SEO tips and strategy. Aside from guest blogging, I’m thinking of revenue sharing and other freebies. Just my way of saying thank you to all the people responsible (indirect/directly) for keeping this site alive for 4 years.
While testing the latest Google browser Chrome I just noticed something different on my SERP’s. Because I usually find my site on top 10 of the keyword “SEO TIPS”. But after checking it on Chrome, it is nowhere to be found on top 10. So I’ve made couple of keywords search using Google.com/ncr in Google Chrome, and in Mozilla Firefox. And to my surprise, I’ve found out that the results are really different if you will use Chrome of Firefox. Here’s some of the keywords I’ve used.
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In Chrome, seopinoy.com wasn’t in top 10. But in Firefox it’s now #1 for the keyword ‘SEO Tips’
I’ve used 3 keywords search, this time “make money online”
You will noticed on that image that there’s a slight difference on the search results on top 6.
My third keyword is 1 word only. “Food”
Examining the images above, I just noticed that the first 2 keywords that I’m checking was that they have different competitions. So to cut the long story short FF and Chrome might be using different datacenters in getting date for SERPs. I don’t know if it’s what Google design it, or it’s just a coincidence. But nevertheless, it is something that an SEO specialist should get attention about. Different browser, Different SERP’s, Different incoming traffic, and different conversions.