Tag Archives: DMOZ

Google Stops Support For NOODP Robots Directive & Taking DMOZ Description

Google announced this morning that they are no longer supporting using the description and title from DMOZ, the Open Directory Project. Why...

Google officially stops using DMOZ for source of search results snippets

With that, you no longer need to worry about using the NOODP directive to prevent Google from using your DMOZ description. The post Google officially stops using DMOZ for source of search results snippets appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SearchCap: DMOZ officially closes, Google dilutes Exact Match in AdWords & more

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: DMOZ officially closes, Google dilutes Exact Match in AdWords & more appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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DMOZ has officially closed after nearly 19 years of humans trying to organize the web

The closure marks the final end of a chapter of humans trying to organize the web. The post DMOZ has officially closed after nearly 19 years of humans trying to organize the web appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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The End of DMOZ and the Evolution of SEO by @RyanJones

Beware the Ides of March. In case this is all Greek to you, it won’t soothe you to hear me say that DMOZ – the open directory project – the noblest directory of them all – once king of directories and championed by Google- will cease to exist mid-March. While some SEOs are taking this announcement as a final stab in the back from Google, others welcome it as a long overdue succession of SEO strategy. The death of DMOZ brings with it the end of an era of SEO. As SEOs we are sometimes masters of our own fate […]

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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Penalty, Google Shabbos Rules, SEO, Emojis, DMOZ & More

This week in search news we posted our monthly Google webmaster report. Natural News is back in the index after a rare public penalty by Google. Google offers tips on what to do when you close your site. Google Panda does take into account site architecture...

After 18 Years, DMOZ, The Web Directory, Is Closing Down

DMOZ, one of the oldest and most trusted web directories announced on their home page yesterday that they are closing up shop. The site is going offline March 14, 2017. DMOZ launched on June 5, 1998...

RIP DMOZ: The Open Directory Project is closing

As of March 14, DMOZ will no longer be available. The post RIP DMOZ: The Open Directory Project is closing appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Shifts, AdWords Green Ad Label, SEO Tips & DMOZ

This week in search, I explain that this may be the last week I try this new microphone...

DMOZ Redesign On 18th Birthday

Few people noticed and you can't blame them, but back earlier this month, DMOZ announced on their 18th birthday that they have redesigned their old and legendary web directory DMOZ.org - the open web directory. Here is the new look...