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Bing Predicts More Than 95% Of The Senate, House & Governor Elections

While some may be surprised with just how red the U.S. elections went last week, it appears Bing knew all along. Following last Tuesday’s national elections, Bing announced it had predicted more than 95 percent of the called races for state Governors, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives…. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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The New Positionly – More Beautiful and Better Than Ever

We are very exited to announce the big news! After gathering feedback from you, hours of brainstorming, research and analysis we are proud to present you the new version of Positionly. More beautiful. More simple. Better than ever before. State-of-art Design We are obsessed with the design. By creating Positionly we wanted to provide our… …

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Apple Webcrawler: More Potential Evidence Of Search Ambitions

Apple Insider reports on the discovery of a web-crawling bot originating from Apple’s servers. It was first “outed” by developer Jan Moesen. This is what Moesen saw: Moesen reports that the bot is only crawling HTML, “not the CSS, JavaScript or image files.” Then he… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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How to Drive More Sales with Google Shopping Campaigns

This guest post was written by Elena Terenteva, Senior Content Marketing Manager at SEMrush, a competitive research software that provides data on competitors’ online marketing activities.   More sales and revenue, gosh, that’s every online retailer’s dream. For that to happen, though, you need people to visit your product pages. But how do you get more eyes …

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Google Confirm Penguin Update Still Rolling, IP Filtering, Algorithm Notices and More

A new post from www.davidnaylor.co.uk. BAZINGA! The post Google Confirm Penguin Update Still Rolling, IP Filtering, Algorithm Notices 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 Mobile’s Flash Warnings Now Rolling Out To More Languages

In July, Google began labeling the mobile search results that had results from Flash enabled sites with mobile warnings. The warning cautioned mobile users from clicking to the site, by showing a notice that reads “Uses Flash. May not work on your device. Try anyway | Learn more.”… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Largest CTR Study Ever Finds Mobile Rankings Are 3 Times More Valuable by @mattsouthern

Click through rate (CTR) studies are an important source of data for marketers when forecasting results, projecting ROI, and building models for estimating the market size. seoClarity took it upon themselves to take on what they say is the largest CTR study ever in an effort to better understand the current performance of organic search rankings …

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More than Keywords: 7 Concepts of Advanced On-Page SEO

Posted by Cyrus-Shepard “What is this page about?” As marketers, helping search engines answer that basic question is one of our most important tasks. Search engines can’t read pages like humans can, so we incorporate structure and clues as to what our content means. This helps provide the relevance element of search engine optimization that …

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How to Generate More Web Content from Google Hangouts on Air

Google Hangouts on Air have been the best thing Google Plus has given to us. The ability to set up video conferences with multiple participants, the easiness of set-up and the "live streaming" option: There's simply no alternative for this product. Google HOA is also a great way to generate some pretty sweet web content …

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After More Than Two Years, Google Finally Releasing New “Pirate Update” To Fight Piracy

In August 2012, to stem accusations that it doesn’t do enough to fight piracy, Google released what’s known as the Pirate Update, a system that penalized sites deemed to be violating copyright laws. Next week, Google is finally going to refresh that system to catch new offenders and… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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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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Live At #Pubcon Day 1: Facebook Audience Network, Google Chaos Theory, Writing For SEO, and More! by @mattsouthern

Legions of passionate marketers who eat, sleep, and breathe SEO, content, and social media filled the Las Vegas Convention Center today as Pubcon Las Vegas kicked off for its 15th consecutive year. Pubcon founder, Brett Tabke, began the event with an audience poll to find out how many Pubcon events everyone has attended. A handful …

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Google’s “In The News” Box Now Lists More Than Traditional News Sites

Google has confirmed that new “In The News” box appearing in some of its search results now lists content from more than just the traditional news sites. Discussions at Reddit, blog posts, videos and more from non-news sites may turn up. Earlier, Search Engine Land reported how content… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Google: More First Page URLs In Search Results Are HTTPS Relative To The URLs On The Web

At Search Marketing Expo East, Google’s Gary Illyes presented on an HTTPS panel and shared some very interesting data and history on Google’s HTTPS ranking signal. Page One Search Results More Likely To Contain HTTPS Urls Gary explained that while only 10% of the crawled and discovered… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & …

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More Google Answer Boxes, with Bonus Experiment!

Posted by Dr-Pete Last week, drowned out by the Panda 4.1 rollout, the  MozCast Feature Graph detected a significant jump in the presence of answer boxes (+42% day-over-day, up to +44% on September 30th): This measurement includes all types of “answer” boxes – direct answers, stock quotes, weather forecasts, box scores, and even the new, …

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