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April Fools: Google’s Matt Cutts Starts New SEO Spam Tool AutoSEO

Matt Cutts, head of Google search spam, announces AutoSEO at seo.ninja, a tool to automated your SEO. Happy April Fools Day! The post April Fools: Google’s Matt Cutts Starts New SEO Spam Tool AutoSEO appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google’s PAC-Maps Gets April Fools’ Ball Rolling Early, Turns Google Maps Into Pac-Man Video Game

Today’s PAC-Maps release is most likely the first of many April Fools’ Day gags from Google. The post Google’s PAC-Maps Gets April Fools’ Ball Rolling Early, Turns Google Maps Into Pac-Man Video Game appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google’s Mobile Update Doesn’t Mean Be “Mobile-Friendly” Just Because

With the announcement of Google’s Mobile Update coming on April 21st, there’s been a strong movement in the last few months to make our sites “mobile-friendly“. And no surprise, when Google says sites don’t have a good mobile experience are going to get a traffic hit, it gets people moving. However, I think the sudden announcement …

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More on Mobile, Google’s Domains, Microsoft’s Browser Makeover Plus Link & Content Discussions

The impending mobile update or “Mobilegeddon” is infiltrating the consciousness of most webmasters, SEOs and our communities  with multiple threads on mobile usability popping up across the forums. People are also talking about Google over the recent ranking success of their new product, Google Domains.  And while content, linking and even Microsoft get a little …

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SEO from Google’s Direct Answers

Google has started showing Direct answers to questions related to SEO. That has made me wonder how much someone could learn about SEO at Google with those direct answers, and I wanted to see what terms Google was showing results from and which sources. I expect there to possibly be a log of churn in …

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Google’s VP of Display Advertising Wants a Single Standard for Viewability by @mattsouthern

What counts as an ad view? Is it when the ad is technically served, or when the ad is actually able to be seen by a human visitor? No one can definitively answer that question because there’s no standard in the display advertising industry for what counts as “viewability” — which is a problem Neal …

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Google’s Knowledge Cards

In the Google patent “Providing Knowledge Panels With Search Results” is a reference to an earlier Google patent filing describing Knowledge Cards in depth. The patent provision is titled, “Apparatus and Method for Supplying Search Results with a knowledge Card”, and it is identified as being Patent Application No. 61/515,305, filed on Aug. 4, 2011. …

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How Large Is Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm? Larger Than Panda Or Penguin.

Google’s Zineb Ait Bahajji is quoted as saying at SMX Munich the upcoming mobile-friendly algorithm will impact more sites than their Panda or Penguin algorithms. The post How Large Is Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm? Larger Than Panda Or Penguin. appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Analysis Shows Over 80% Of HTTPS URLs Not Displaying In Google’s Search Results

Despite many sites already supporting HTTPS, 80% of those URLs do not show in the Google search results because the webmaster is communicating to Google to display the HTTP version. The post Google Analysis Shows Over 80% Of HTTPS URLs Not Displaying In Google’s Search Results appeared first… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Is Google’s Panda Algorithm Creating An Endangered Species?

Occasionally, I find myself connecting with random memories from my childhood that have no reason standing out in my brain.  Coincidentally, I remember a movie I saw at age 9 titled The Amazing Panda Adventure.  It was a terribly acted family movie where a young American boy visits China and winds up helping his father …

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Real and Theoretical Changes to the SERPS, Rankings and Google’s Product Lines

Speculation and evaluation of big changes in search are all over the communities this week. The way we get search results could be evolving in major ways, and potentially very quickly. Tweets are already in the SERPs, mobile-friendliness will be playing a much bigger role in less than 2 months and Google products and teams …

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Take These 3 Actions To Ready For Google’s Mobile Search Update

Columnist Aleyda Solis provides recommendations to analyze, optimize, promote & monitor your mobile web search presence. The post Take These 3 Actions To Ready For Google’s Mobile Search Update appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google’s Mobile Update To Not Negatively Impact Non-Responsive Sites?

A new post from www.davidnaylor.co.uk. BAZINGA! The post Google’s Mobile Update To Not Negatively Impact Non-Responsive Sites? 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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Don’t Understand Google’s Panda? An Infographic to Help

Here is an infographic by Single Grain that makes it very easy for anyone to understand who was negatively affected by Panda and what you can do to ensure your site does well.

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Brand Social Media Profiles In Google’s Knowledge Graph

Brand Social Media Profiles In Google’s Knowledge Graph: How To Get There & What It Means for Marketers If you’ve Googled some of your favorite brands lately, you may have noticed something new showing up in the results pages. As of early this year, Google has included brands’ social profiles outside of Google+ within the …

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