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Understanding web pages better

In 1998 when our servers were running in Susan Wojcicki’s garage, we didn’t really have to worry about JavaScript or CSS. They weren’t used much, or, JavaScript was used to make page elements… blink! A lot has changed since then. The web is full of rich, dynamic, amazing websites that make heavy use of JavaScript. …

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Google Adds Ability to Upgrade G+ Brand Pages to G+ Local Pages

Google has announced today in the forums the ability to upgrade Branded G+ Pages to Local G+ Pages.  Read all of the details at the LocalU Blog: Google Now Allows Brand Pages to Become Google+ Local Pages. Additional details: Google For Business Forum post Help Center Files Related posts: Google Adds “Are you the Business Owner?” …

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Rendering pages with Fetch as Google

Webmaster level: all The Fetch as Google feature in Webmaster Tools provides webmasters with the results of Googlebot attempting to fetch their pages. The server headers and HTML shown are useful to diagnose technical problems and hacking side-effects, but sometimes make double-checking the response hard: Help! What do all of these codes mean? Is this …

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Help with (Not Provided): New Landing Pages Report in Moz Analytics

Posted by JayLeary There’s been a lot of talk about what (not provided) means for SEO practitioners, with Mozzers weighing in on broader implications and alternative strategies. When it comes down to it, we’re stuck with a frustrating predicament that’s forcing us to change our process. Activities like keyword gap analysis, editorial brainstorming, basic rank tracking, and  even SEM …

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Remove Page Elements For Higher Converting Pages

People often talk about including elements on a page to improve landing page conversions and user experience. I know I’ve personally written a lot on this particular topic. But, did you know that removing page elements can be just as effective at increasing conversions as adding or tweaking… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Less Is More When Writing for Landing Pages

by Mike Fleming Yes, I know why you include so many words on your marketing landing pages. It’s because you really, really, REALLY want your visitors to get it. You want them to understand all that it is you have to offer them and how choosing to do business with you is really going to …

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Wayback Machine Adds 160 Billion Indexed Pages In A Year, Surpasses 400 Billion Indexed Pages

The Internet Archive announced that the Wayback Machine, a huge internet archive of web pages dating back to 1996, has surpassed 400 billion pages indexed. In January 2013, a little over a year ago, the Wayback Machine said they had 240 billion URLs indexed and since then, they have added another… . About SEO, PPC, …

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Optimize Your Landing Pages For User Intent: Interview With Jonah Stein by @johnrampton

As part of our SEJ interview series, I caught up with Jonah Stein of ItsTheROI to discuss conversion rate optimization. Jonah has 17 years of online marketing experience and specializes in ROI driven SEO and PPC initiatives for both established brands and startups. I took this opportunity with Jonah to ask what are some of the …

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How Google Uses Taxonomic Classifications to Better Understand the Meanings of Words on Pages

Many words found on a web page are much easier to understand given the context of the page itself, as described in a Google patent granted last week. For example, take the word “bank,” which can mean a financial institution, one side of a river, or the turning of an airplane. Without the context of …

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Has Advertising Information Been Used by Google in Ranking Pages in Search Results?

In January of 2011, Google’s Matt Cutts published a blog post on the Official Google Blog, titled Google search and search engine spam, which told us: One misconception that we’ve seen in the last few weeks is the idea that Google doesn’t take as strong action on spammy content in our index if those sites …

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How To Tell Search Engines What “Entities” Are On Your Web Pages

Search engines have increasingly been incorporating elements of semantic search to improve some aspect of the search experience — for example, using schema.org markup to create enhanced displays in SERPs (as in Google’s rich snippets). Elements of semantic search are now present at… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Has Advertising Information Been Used by Google in Ranking Pages in Search Results?

In January of 2011, Google’s Matt Cutts published a blog post on the Official Google Blog, titled Google search and search engine spam which told us: One misconception that we’ve seen in the last few weeks is the idea that Google doesn’t take as strong action on spammy content in our index if those […] …

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What your Company can Learn from these Bloggers’ About Pages

Ever hear how the About Page is “one of the most visited pages on your website”? I’ve done some digging, and it turns out, that statement is not just an exaggeration. Out of slightly over 2 million total pageviews Distilled.net got in 2013, the About Section had 96 thousand of those views, coming in as the …

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Why Red Bull Has Two Verified Google+ Pages

Google+ wants real identities for both humans and organisations. There can be only one! That said, look what happens when you search for “Red Bull” in Google Plus: We’re seeing two official Red Bull pages, both verified. So which one is real?… The post Why Red Bull Has Two Verified Google+ Pages appeared first on …

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Google Adds, Then Pulls, Advice Not To Block Ad Landing Pages From Its Crawler

On Wednesday/Thursday of last week, Google added a new guideline to their Webmaster Guidelines to “not block a destination URL for a Google Ad product” via your robots.txt file. 24-hours later, Google reversed that guideline and put the webmaster guidelines back to exactly how they were… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search …

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