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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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Google Offers Advice On Faceted Navigation & Infinite Scroll Web Pages

Google has offered up two very technical blog posts on SEO topics covering infinite scroll and faceted navigation search engine friendly techniques. Infinite Scroll Web Pages Infinite scroll is what you see on a lot of newer style web sites such as Pinterest, Google Image search results, many… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Matt Cutts Explains How Comments With Bad Spelling and Grammar Affect A Page’s Ability to Rank by @mattsouthern

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about spelling and grammar in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in to ask: Should I correct the grammar on comments to my WordPress blog? Should I not approve comments with poor grammar? Will approving comments with grammar issues affect my page’s …

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25 Creative and Engaging About Us Pages by @albertcostill

Whether you’re building your own website or are just browsing for information on a business, organization or individual, the ‘About Us’ page is a vital part of every website and blog. Why? Because it’s usually one of the first destinations that visitors will click when arriving to a site. If they aren’t impressed, you can …

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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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Google’s Matt Cutts: We Don’t Use Twitter Or Facebook Social Signals To Rank Pages

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, released a video today answering the question, “are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm?” The short answer was no. Matt said that Google does not give any special treatment to Facebook or Twitter pages. They are in… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & …

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Facebook to Begin Showing Less Text Posts From Business Pages by @mattsouthern

In an announcement made today on the Facebook Newsroom blog, an update to the News Feed algorithm is being rolled out that will result in less text posts being shown from business Pages, and more text posts being shown from friends. Facebook details the reasoning behind this algorithm update saying they ran some tests that …

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Improving high-traffic, poor user-experience mobile pages

How to improve high-traffic, poor user-experience mobile pages with data from Google Analytics bounce rate and events Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1itnlBohS_UxxhL8luQHMzxLLmJ4CzK7lsQoYxs_UD1s/ This video is part of Google’s Checklist for mobile website improvement: https://developers.google.com/webmasters/smartphone-sites/website-improvement-checklist Uploads by GoogleWebmasterHelp

support.google.com/webmasters - 1 year ago Loading+Bookmark  

How Google Plus Profiles & Pages Gain Search Authority

At SMX East this past October, I gave a presentation titled, “Putting the SEO Power of Google+ to Work.” The centerpiece of that presentation was a first peek at a study I’d conducted that seemed to confirm my hypothesis that Google+ profiles and pages gain authority for ranking… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Bing Webmaster Tools Adds Connected Pages Dashboard

Duane Forrester, the Senior Product Manager at Bing announced a new feature within Bing Webmaster Tools named the “Connected Pages Dashboard.” Formerly known as linked pages, connected pages is a way for Bing to allow you to tell them what pages you own under your social network. Once… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Free Tool ‘HowsThisLookin’ Allows Webmasters To Perform Remote Global Searches & View International Results Pages

Those internet marketers who work across multiple countries and languages may struggle with accurately tracking campaign performance in foreign countries. Webmasters can login to Webmaster Tools to filter search queries by country, but this doesn’t provide the full picture of what is… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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