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November’s Google Analytics Blog Insights to Grow Your Business

Here’s your summary of what happened over on the Google Analytics blog, and in the analytics industry in general, in November and how you and your team can take advantage of these developments. 1. Brain Gavin Diamonds Sees 60% Increase in Customer Checkout with Enhanced eCommerece Who Should Care: eCommerce Businesses, practitioners The Gist: Enhanced eCommerce …

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Strict New “Copyright Law” Forces End Of Google News In Spain

Google has decided to shut down Google News in Spain. This drastic step will occur next week and is the result of a recently passed Spanish law that would have compelled Google to pay licensing revenues to Spanish publishers if their content appeared in Google News — even headlines. Some… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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Google Mobile Friendly Label Goes International

The mobile-friendly label in the Google mobile search results is now available in all languages. The post Google Mobile Friendly Label Goes International appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Launches Custom Columns For Deeper Metric Segmentation

Advertisers can segment metrics at the campaign and ad group levels. The post Google Launches Custom Columns For Deeper Metric Segmentation appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Reveal Penguin Update Is Now “Continuous”

A new post from www.davidnaylor.co.uk. BAZINGA! The post Google Reveal Penguin Update Is Now “Continuous” appeared first on UK SEO Blog by Dave Naylor – SEO Tools, Tips & News. UK SEO Blog by Dave Naylor – SEO Tools, Tips & News

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Google My Business Guidelines – A Detailed Comparison New & Old – Part 2 – Chains, Brands & Departments

Source: Teddy Kwok via Flickr Creative Commons On Friday I detailed changes in the new Google My Business Guidelines for Representing your Business that were general in nature and applied to all businesses or pertained primarily to single location businesses. Google has also added a completely new section that applies to Chains, Brands and Departments …

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Google My Business Guidelines – A Detailed Comparison New & Old – Part 1

Google has completely rewritten their My Business guidelines and in doing so has provided both more rules and many more examples. The best way to think about the new document is to read the overview as a statement of their overal objectives and the sections below as providing more nuance and use case examples. At …

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How Does Google Handle Legitimate Hidden Content? #SEOQA

Starting with WebmasterWorld and SEroundtable posts here and here, there has been a lot of talk about how Google handles hidden content and if hidden content is weighted differently. Hidden Content is Indexed… As far as I have seen since the discussion died down, Google does index this content. Personally, I think it would be …

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Panda 4.1 Google Leaked Dos and Don’ts – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by josh_bachynski Josh Bachynski takes you inside Panda 4.1 with a tour of some of the top dos and don’ts for your website. And it’s about so much more than the standard “good content” refrain. Watch the video to learn more. For reference, here’s a still of this week’s whiteboard! Video Transcription Hi and …

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Experiment: Brand Visibility on Google+

Earlier this year I published a comprehensive study of content and brand visibility on Google+ and one of the most intriguing concepts outlined in the study was the notion that Google+ represents a form of a display network. “Discovery Paths for Brands and Content” was going to be my sequel, but I decided to test out a few of …

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Apple Maps Vs. Google Maps – ThrowDown in Buffalo

As many of you know I live in upstate NY about 70 miles due south of Buffalo. You may not know that I am flying home today from Denver after speaking at the Hospitality Marketing Conference. You also know that there has been a boatload of snow in Buffalo and that people have died. And …

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Google Rolls Out Major Update to Google My Business Guidelines

Google has rolled out a major update to their My Business (ie Places) Guidelines. The new Guideline offers much more concrete examples and clarifies a number of situations particularly multi-practitioner listings and their naming. Some obvious highlights: Descriptors of any sort are NOT allowed Categories should be the more specific category and NOT the overarching, …

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Google Webmaster Hangout Takeaway – Tabbed Content Issues Explained, How to Handle Mobile Pages and More…

A new post from www.davidnaylor.co.uk. BAZINGA! The post Google Webmaster Hangout Takeaway – Tabbed Content Issues Explained, How to Handle Mobile Pages and More… appeared first on UK SEO Blog by Dave Naylor – SEO Tools, Tips & News. UK SEO Blog by Dave Naylor – SEO Tools, Tips & News

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Google Maps Revamps Quality Guidelines For Local Pages

Google Maps has updated their local pages quality guidelines last night. Jade Wang from the Google team posted the news in the Google Forums saying: We’ve updated and clarified our quality guidelines for local pages. read the new version here, and, as always, feel free to contact our… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Google Rolls Out Major Update to Google My Business Guidelines

Google has rolled out a major update to their My Business (ie Places) Guidelines. The new Guideline offers much more concrete examples and clarifies a number of situations particularly multi-practitioner listings and their naming. Some obvious highlights: Descriptors of any sort are NOT allowed Categories should be the more specific category and NOT the overarching, …

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