Tag Archives: Channel: SEO

Naturally Generated Links? Hey, Google Might Still Hate Them!

Let’s say you have a manual penalty… not a nice way to open a post, I know, but it’s the reality for many site owners. What if Google shows you an example of one of your problematic links, and it’s one that sends you some really great converting traffic? What if, upon conducting a...

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Google Researchers Introduce System To Rank Web Pages On Facts, Not Links

Will Google someday rank web pages based on how accurate they are? A new paper suggests they might. The post Google Researchers Introduce System To Rank Web Pages On Facts, Not Links appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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What Can Businesses Do About The Knowledge Graph Dominating Search Results?

The expansion of Google’s Knowledge Graph may threaten the volume of organic search traffic to websites. Columnist Nate Dame explains what's changing and what marketers should do about it. The post What Can Businesses Do About The Knowledge Graph Dominating Search Results? appeared first on Search...

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How I Lost My Clients Their #1 Ranking And Their Profits Exploded Overnight!

Columnist Stoney deGeyter shares the ups and downs of his longest-standing SEO client -- including a rather surprising result to site architecture tweaks. The post How I Lost My Clients Their #1 Ranking And Their Profits Exploded Overnight! appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Search Algorithm Adds Mobile-Friendly Factors & App Indexing To Ranking

Google's mobile ranking algorithm will officially include mobile-friendly usability factors and app indexing. Making sure your site is mobile-friendly is now more important than ever. The post Google Search Algorithm Adds Mobile-Friendly Factors & App Indexing To Ranking appeared first on...

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Study: Google Now Displays Rich Answers For 19.45% Of Queries

Rich answers are now displaying for targeted queries at a rate of 19.45% for targeted queries, according to a new study by Stone Temple Consulting. The post Study: Google Now Displays Rich Answers For 19.45% Of Queries appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How To Use Fetch As Googlebot Like An SEO Samurai

For those of you not familiar with this feature in Google Webmaster Tools, contributor John Lincoln explores its capabilities in depth. The post How To Use Fetch As Googlebot Like An SEO Samurai appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Testing A Red “Slow” Label In The Search Results For Slower Sites

Is your site unusually slow? Google is testing a red slow label in the search results that will warn searchers before they click over to your web site. The post Google Testing A Red “Slow” Label In The Search Results For Slower Sites appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Yes, Google Is Testing Green Star Reviews In The Search Results

Google says expect more experiments with the colors of the stars in the search results over the next few months. The green starts some of you are seeing is indeed a test. The post Yes, Google Is Testing Green Star Reviews In The Search Results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SEO Platforms: How To Get The Most Of The Demo Call

Getting ready to demo some SEO software platforms? Be sure to come armed with questions, from the newly updated SEO Platforms 2015: A Marketer's Guide The post SEO Platforms: How To Get The Most Of The Demo Call appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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