Could Royal Caribbean’s branded websites be sunk in Google? Is Cruise1st trying to game Google in the way they are linking their domains?
Cheap Cruises: SEO on Websites offering Cruises
I must admit that a lot of my time is spent working on websites that sell Cheap Cruises. This stems from an old site of mine that is long gone called Cruisegle. A play on Cruise and Google.
That site was once at the very top of Google for the sort after term of Cheap Cruises; alas I let the site go and now it is history. However I do still do some SEO within the cruises niche.
Are Cruise Nation Guilty of Gaming Google by Using IFrames in Order to Sell Cheap Cruises?
OK; this may well be off target however Cruise Nation has risen up the rankings in Google for numerous cruise related terms; so I took a look at their link profile and am not sure if what they are doing is right.
It is amazing how powerful a blog can be. Not only for SEO; yes it can help you gain rankings if used correctly; it can also get your point across and cause change.
A response to a the person who read a blog post; criticised it; made wrong assumptions about myself and my SEO work; went Ninja and hid behind a false email address and phone number.
No; Mars has not attacked! One element of SEO work, be it in Travel SEO or elsewhere, that is often overlooked is the Robots Txt File which should be found as an extension to any home page. For instance at domain.com/robots.txt.
Iglu Cruise recently took over from cruise dot co dot uk as the number one cruise travel agent website in the UK within Google search pages for terms like Cheap Cruises; but will they stay there?