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Facebook Launches Call-To-Action Buttons For Business Pages by @mattsouthern

Facebook is on a roll right now when it comes to introducing useful new tools for business pages. In case you missed it, yesterday the company announced audience targeting for organic posts and improved insights. Today Facebook announced the launch of call-to-action buttons for business pages. Pages are an important destination for people on Facebook, and …

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Facebook Introduces Organic Post Targeting, Along With Other New Tools For Pages by @mattsouthern

In an effort to help publishers better connect with their audience on Facebook, the company announced today a new set of tools and and improvements to insights and analytics. Here is an overview of the new tools: Interest Targeting Facebook is making it easier for Pages to target posts more precisely. Similar to how you …

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Bing Reveals What It Looks For In Content Quality When Ranking Web Pages by @mattsouthern

In a blog post published this week by Bing’s Senior Program Manager, Michael Basilyan, we learned how Bing’s algorithms assess content quality when ranking web pages. Bing’s algorithms look at not only how relevant a web page is to a specific query, but also the authority, utility, and overall presentation of the content. Behind every …

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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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Quickly Unfollow Pages And People With New Facbeook News Feed Settings by @mattsouthern

Facebook launched a new News Feed settings tool today that will allow you to quickly unfollow people and Pages without unfriending, or unliking them. In a brand new News Feed settings area Facebook will display a list of the top people, Pages, and Groups you have seen in your News Feed over the past week. …

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Google Reclassifies Certain Types of Thin Content Pages

We have new data which shows that the 25th October spike wasn’t part of the gradual Penguin 3 roll-out. It appears the update had a lot to do with on-page factors and is (among other things) related to how Google treats thin content pages and soft 404s.… The post Google Reclassifies Certain Types of Thin Content Pages appeared first on DEJAN SEO. …

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Groupon Pages Part Of Company Evolution Into Local Search Site

Depending on your viewpoint, Groupon’s new Pages offering is either a helpful new tool for local business owners or a bid by the company for more search exposure and a new way to gain sales leads. Indeed, it probably qualifies as both. Groupon stresses Pages’ value for business owners… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Introducing Followerwonk Profile Pages

Posted by petebray Followerwonk has always been primarily about social graph analysis and exploration: from tracking follower growth, comparing relationships, and so on. Followerwonk now adds content analysis and user profiling, too In the Analyze tab, you’ll find a new option to examine any Twitter user’s tweets. (Note that this is a Pro-only feature, so you’ll need …

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Scaling Geo-Targeted Local Landing Pages That Really Rank and Convert – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish One question we see regularly come up is what to do if you’re targeting particular locations/regions with your site content, and you want to rank for local searches, but you don’t actually have a physical presence in those locations. The right track can depend on a few circumstances, and in today’s Whiteboard …

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Google + Local Pages No Longer Supporting GA Tracking Codes

Historically if you wanted to measure traffic to your site from Plus page for local you could add a Google Analtyics tracking code to your site’s URL. Whether this is a bug or not or permanent change is not yet clear but since around the first of the month if your link in the G+ …

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Extracting Semantic Classes and Corresponding Instances from Web Pages and Query Logs

In creating a knowledge base, there seem to be a number of approaches that can be used to supply entities and facts from sources like web pages and query logs. In my last post, I wrote about how search queries might be used, along with linguistic patterns, to extract attributes about facts from those search …

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Verify Analytics Accuracy With Google Webmaster Tools Top Pages

Especially when beginning an SEO engagement, it’s helpful to ensure tracking is as accurate as possible. Having the ability to compare analytics to external sources can give us something to point to when tracking doesn’t seem right. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Google My Business Now Allows Deleted Plus Pages to Be Recovered

Kaleh Kohler, a top contributor in the Google And Your Business Forum and a very astute student of all things Google Plus, has pointed out a new feature of Google My Business (aka Google Pages Dashoard) that allows the user to recover (undelete) and manage pages that have been deleted. It would appear that it …

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Facebook Bans Like-Gating, No More Incentivizing Users To Like Pages by @mattsouthern

Facebook recently published a small but important update on their developer blog where they effectively put the ban on like-gating content. According to Facebook themselves, the definition of like-gating is: “when you force a Facebook user who has not already liked your Page to like your Page before they can see content on a particular custom tab.” …

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