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What’s the Deal With Links From M.Biz? Should You Disavow?

Do links from m.biz have a negative SEO impact on your site? Do you need to disavow them to be safe? Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Ranking Boost Possible Without Penguin Refresh From Google

Google Webmaster Trends analyst John Mueller says sites shouldn’t focus on individual factors of individual algorithms, but rather on fixing sites themselves to improve rankings. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Ranking Boost Possible Without Penguin Refresh From Google

Google Webmaster Trends analyst John Mueller says sites shouldn’t focus on individual factors of individual algorithms, but rather on fixing sites themselves to improve rankings. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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8 Content Marketing Strategies to Borrow From Bigger Brands by @YEC

Make top content marketing strategies used by big brands work for your small business. The post 8 Content Marketing Strategies to Borrow From Bigger Brands by @YEC appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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From Dull to Engaging: How to Build Shareable Content Around Less-Than-Exciting Subjects

Let's face it — very few products actually sell themselves. The majority of products on the market just aren't as exciting as the new iPhone, Beats by Dre, or the 6th Game of Thrones book (which may or may not ever exist). Trust me, I understand — I work for an online test prep company, …

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Pigeon Advice from Top Local SEOs and a Pigeon-Proofing Checklist

Posted by MiriamEllis If you work in Local SEO, chances are you’ve been fielding tons of questions from clients since Google rolled out the Pigeon update in late July. Need a little extra support providing sound advice in what are still the early days of this development that has caused both organic and local ranking …

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Positionly Perks – Exclusive Discounts from the Most Popular Apps On The Web

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7 Content Marketing Lessons Learned from Losing 225,418 Visitors a Month by @neilpatel

During its peak, the KISSmetrics blog received 768,766 visitors a month and was growing at a rapid pace. Can you guess what our monthly traffic is now? We get 543,348 visitors, which means our traffic is down by a whopping 225,418 visitors. Some of the traffic drop is intentional, but some of it isn’t. Here is what I …

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Extracting Facts for Entities from Sources such as Wikipedia Titles and Infoboxes

There are a number of patents from Google, both granted patents and pending patent applications, that describe ways that Google might learn about entities and about facts associated with those by extracting the information from the Web itself instead of relying upon people submitting information to knowledge bases such as Freebase. We learned from Google’s …

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Building a new website? 10 reasons why you should consider SEO from the start!

Whether you’re just starting out and building a website from scratch, or you’re looking to give your current website a makeover, pulling your SEO team in from the start will save you time in the long run. I see it time and time again. A website is built, then the SEOs are pulled in to …

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Google Drops Authorship From Search Results

Google’s John Mueller says Google will stop showing authorship in its search results because “this information isn’t as useful to our users as we’d hoped.” Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Nowhere Left to Hide: Blocking Content from Search Engine Spiders

Nowhere Left to Hide: Blocking Content from Search Engine Spiders was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. TL;DR If you’re considering excluding content from search engines, first make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. Don’t make the mistake of assuming you can hide content in a language or …

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Lessons from the link penalty removal furnace

It’s a disappointing fact for many that the primary way we help some sites today is not by creating exciting content to entertain or educate, nor by helping launch an exciting new product or raising brand awareness. Instead we have to remove a manual link penalty applied by Google. Indeed, a whole subset of our …

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Lessons from the link penalty removal furnace

It’s a disappointing fact for many that the primary way we help some sites today is not by creating exciting content to entertain or educate, nor by helping launch an exciting new product or raising brand awareness. Instead we have to remove a manual link penalty applied by Google. Indeed, a whole subset of our …

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New Bing Search Feature Keeps Context From One Query To The Next

In its continued drive to build a search platform based on entity and conversational understanding, Bing has launched a new feature that enables the site to keep the context of a search from one query to the next. Using presidential searches as an example, Bing explains how a user could search… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, …

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