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Google Webmaster Tools Introduces Structured Data Dashboard

Google has announced the addition of a “Structured Data Dashboard” as a new feature in its Webmaster Tools offerings. The Dashboard gives webmasters greater visibility into the structured data that Google knows about for a given website. This will no doubt come as good news to people wanting confirmation that […]

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How to export your newest links in Google Webmaster tools

With the demise of Yahoo Site Explorer, SEOs and online marketers will be wondering where to go now for free access to the invaluable information it provided over the past 6 years.  Now you can download the most recent links Google discovered pointing to your web site. Better yet, Google will timestamp […]

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Google Algorithm Changes For May: Big List Released

We’ve all been waiting for it, and now it’s here: Google’s monthly list of algorithm changes for May. This time, it’s 39 changes (less than last month). Of particular note, Google says it made a couple of adjustments to Penguin: Improvements to Penguin. [launch codename “twref2”, project codename “Page Quality”] This month […]

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The advantage of Editorial Calendars and data-driven blogging

Maintaining a corporate blog has many business benefits; both for search engine optimization (SEO) and from a lead generation perspective: • Publishing regular new content signals “freshness” and keeps search engines crawling your site on a regular basis. • Blogging is a great way to rank for long-tail search queries […]

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Google Algorithm Changes For April: Big List Released

As expected, Google has finally released its big list of algorithm changes for the month of April. It’s been an interesting month, to say the least, with not only the Penguin update, but a couple of Panda updates sprinkled in. cheaper viagra levitra cialis There’s not a whole lot about […]

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Google was forced into the negative SEO nightmare

The SEO community has been in a bit of a buzz over the last few weeks.  Google, dominant in so many territories, has begun to email tens of thousands of  site owners with warnings. Google’s warnings include alerts of traffic drops, traffic spikes, out of  date software but also when […]

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Bing adds Editors' Picks to search results

The Bing Editors” Picks are a collection of editorially selected sites that are wholly relevant, excellent, search results. These Picks represent the best of the best, and are designed to highlight relevant, but often hard-to-find sites. Take a look at the Editors” Picks homepage now and explore the content on offer: […]

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Bing adds Editors' Picks to search results

The Bing Editors’ Picks are a collection of editorially selected sites that are wholly relevant, excellent, search results. These Picks represent the best of the best, and are designed to highlight relevant, but often hard-to-find sites. Take a look at the Editors’ Picks homepage now and explore the content on offer: […]

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Google plans major overhaul to search engine

Google is giving  its tried-and-true web-search formula a makeover as it tries to fix the shortcomings of today”s technology and maintain its dominant market share. Over the next few months, Google”s search engine will begin spitting out more  than a list of blue web links. It will also present more facts […]

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Search quality highlights: 40 search changes for February

Google annouced this month that they have many improvements to celebrate. With 40 changes reported, that marks a new record for our monthly series on search quality. Most of their updates rolled out earlier this month, and a handful are actually rolling out today and tomorrow. They continue to improve […]

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UK search up by 100 million year-on-year

UK Internet users made 2.3 billion visits to search engines in January 2012, up from 2.2 billion in January 2011. Visits to search engines are up by 4.5 per cent year-on-year with nearly 100 million more visits in January this year than last year. Google remained the steadfast market leader […]

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Signing Up for Gmail Now Means Signing Up for Google+

Google+ is Google. Google announced this week that Google+ now has over 90 million users. That’s pretty impressive, considering it’s only been out about half a year. It may help, however, that it comes as part of just signing up for a Google account now. Google+ began on an invitation-only […]

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How to beat the Wikipedia blackout

Head over to Wikipedia today and you won”t find the random fact you were looking for. Instead, you”ll see a black page explaining why Wikipedia is currently unavailable. The English-language version of the website has been taken down for 24 hours in protest against two anti-piracy lawscurrently being debated by […]

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Improving Organic Search Marketing Efforts in 2012

Organic search marketing, often referred to as SEO is not an easy gig.  Of course there are those out there who say that SEO is a farce or that SEO can be done by anyone.  I disagree on both accounts.  For me organic search marketing has never been about search […]

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Ten good reasons to try Bing today

Surprisingly beating Yahoo to become the second biggest search engine in America isn’t one of them… Now is as good time as any to try Microsoft’s search engine -Bing. Bing has just surpassed Yahoo in search queries for the first time, this makes it the second biggest search engine in […]

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12 Things to Think About for SEO in 2012

Wow 2011 has been quite a year in Search. You might say that it has been the year of the Panda. In November 2010 at PubCon Las Vegas, Google’s Matt Cutts warned us that big things were coming from Google in terms of dealing with webspam. Look for more of […]

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Google+ hits 3rd biggest week since launch

Last week Google recorded its 3rd largest week in terms of total US visits for the week ending Nov. 12, 2011 receiving more than 6.8 million total US visits. The growth represents a 5% increase versus the previous week and a 25% increase compared to a month ago. The recent […]

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Google+ hits 3rd biggest week since launch

Last week Google+ recorded its 3rd largest week in terms of total US visits for the week ending Nov. 12, 2011 receiving more than 6.8 million total US visits. The growth represents a 5% increase versus the previous week and a 25% increase compared to a month ago. The recent […]

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Grow a moustache and fight cancer! – Support Me or My team

Hi Guys, I’ll be growing a mustache to raise awareness and money for men’s health issues, and specifically prostate cancer research. I”m asking all able bodied men & women to join our team. Movember 2011 – 100% face grown and 100% hand brushed. Real men, growing real moustaches. Talking about […]

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