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Google has finally caught up to Bing with a link disavow tool: This might be a useful to SEOs and webmasters everywhere. However, use this tool with caution! Google’s link disavow tool from Gyi Tsakalakis Make sure to check out the Webmaster Tools Help on the disavow tool.
You already know that page titles, exactly & partial match search phrases in text, semantic urls, headlines, alt attributes, internal link anchors, and usage of related terms matter in on-page SEO. And they still do. But search engines evolve, so too do the factors that play a role in on-page SEO practices. Rand does a […]
Guest posting is a popular, often abused, method for acquiring new links. It’s effectiveness as an SEO strategy varies greatly depending upon how it is being implemented. Here’s a video from Google about guest blogging for links and some things to avoid.
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Are you looking for cheap SEO? Want to rank #1 in search engines in a week? Check out this infographic (infospamic) by Tecmark:
I’m a big believer in Rich Barton’s idea that, “if it can be rated it will be rated.” And while all the “bugs” in online ratings haven’t quite been fleshed-out, if you’re not paying attention to what is being said about you online, you might lose potential clients before they even contact you. More and […]
People like to see their name in lights. And on the internet, “your name in lights” means appearing as a little blue link in Google’s search engine results. And so, people become hyper-focused on seeing and monitoring what search queries their web pages appear for in search results.
If you eat search, you’re at least thinking about Panda. In a nutshell, Panda is: The Panda update was designed to improve the user experience by catching and demoting low-quality sites that did not provide useful original content or otherwise add much value. At the same time, it provided better rankings for high-quality sites—sites with […]