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Google Settles UK “Defamation” Suit, Agreeing To Remove Malicious Links

Google has long maintained it’s not responsible for third party content in its index. And that’s the law in the US. However increasingly in Europe authorities and individuals are seeking to make Google legally responsible for the content in its search results. The latest example comes… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Knowledge Graph Carousel Gains “Breadcrumb” Navigation Links

Google has quietly added a small but important feature to their Knowledge Graph Carousel – a breadcrumb navigation link. If your search brings up the carousel and it references back to a higher-level knowledge graph panel, Google may show a link to the knowledge graph panel details. For… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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How to Successfully Build Links with Content Outreach in 2015

Say Hello to Neo Link Building! We add “neo” as a prefix to a theoretical concept to indicate a shift from its traditional meaning. This applies, for example, to neo-liberalism and liberalism – two different approaches to the same idea. Anthony Long recently wrote a concise article on “neo-content marketing” , a shift characterized by …

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Why Social Signals Haven’t Killed Links Yet

Countless articles have been written over the past few years about the influence of social signals on SEO, with many site operators completely changing their strategy as a result. But what role do social signals play? Are they a significant ranking factor or just another industry buzzword? It is quite easy to want to dismiss… …

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How I Know Which of Your Links Are Bad – Link Profile Review Tips

Link profile maintenance is an unavoidable, recurring task important to the health of your website. Even if you haven’t done anything shady in the past, it is well worth it to pop open the links pointing to your site in Google Webmaster Tools to find out what Google is looking at in regards to your …

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Earn With Useful #Marketing, How To Build Google-Safe Links, and More From #Pubcon 2014 by @mattsouthern

Jay Baer of Convince and Convert kicked off the final day of Pubcon as only he could, and luckily for him, three days in Las Vegas didn’t stop anyone from getting up early and packing the convention center. With the exhibition hall closed on the last day, that left a full day devoted to keynotes …

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How to Acquire Anchor Text-Rich Links Without Resorting to Spam or Manipulation – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish All signs point to links with exact match anchor text retaining the huge value we’ve seen throughout the years, but many of the techniques for acquiring those links are spammy. There are a few, though, that not even Google would frown upon, and in today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows you what they …

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Promoting Local Content For Local Links

In my experience most businesses in North America undervalue the power of local search. There are approximately 30 million small businesses in the United States and Canada. In Canada, small businesses account for over 98% of all businesses. The beauty of local search is that it often translates into offline purchases, and rather quickly as …

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Google Updates, Links, Content Marketing: @JimBoykin at #Pubcon

If you rank for a commercial phrase, you are much more likely to be under radar (the more valuable phrase, the more chances are you may be penalized) The data takes time to refresh. Panda Updates Penguin Updates (Penguin 3.0 is due any time now. October, 4 is the last time Google made a Penguin …

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Why SEOs Need To Stop Automating Email Outreach For Links

Link building is a time-consuming process, so it may be tempting to take shortcuts. But email outreach is one area where you should always invest the time. The post Why SEOs Need To Stop Automating Email Outreach For Links appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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It’s Not (All) About The Links: Communicating For Outreach

You’ve researched and identified your link building targets, but what’s the best way to speak to them? The post It’s Not (All) About The Links: Communicating For Outreach appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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‘Un-link’ Building: How To Successfully Remove Penguin Links

Lost your rankings in Google? Built some dodgy links in the past that you're now worried about? Been a victim of a competitor attack? Google's Penguin update, first released in April 2012 changed the face of link building as we knew it. Prior to that, sites linking to yours did little harm, at least not …

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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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How to Build Landing Page Links With Content Hosted on Your Blog

We frequently get the comment from clients that they don’t want “blog links”. This means that many businesses are on to the content marketing game, but they understand that they still need links to their “money” pages in order to rank well – that is, the commercial landing pages that are increasingly difficult to build natural, sustainable …

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How to Build Landing Page Links With Content Hosted on Your Blog

We frequently get the comment from clients that they don’t want “blog links”. This means that many businesses are on to the content marketing game, but they understand that they still need links to their “money” pages in order to rank well – that is, the commercial landing pages that are increasingly difficult to build natural, sustainable …

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