Tag Archives: search rankings

Google Suggests They Use Off-Site Sentiment Analysis For Ranking

Gary Illyes from Google was quoted by several SEOs as saying at the State of Search event that Google uses a form of sentiment analysis for search rankings. He said that Google looks at off-site sentiment to find supporting signals about quality of a site...

How to use AI for link building and improve your search rankings

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to grow in popularity among consumers, marketers working in search engine optimization must consider how it can make their work easier and help them get better results. The post How to use AI for link building and improve your search rankings appeared...

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Designing content for the mobile-first index

Your mobile pages will soon become the default versions used in Google search rankings. How can you make sure they provide good content that's easy to read on a smaller screen? Columnist Patrick Stox has some ideas. The post Designing content for the mobile-first index appeared first on Search...

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8 Local SEO Hacks You’ll Actually Want to Use by @ab80

Make these easy improvements to boost your short- and long-term local SEO efforts – and your search rankings.

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Your Rankings Have Dropped – 10 Things to Do Now by @SEOBrock

This 10-step process will help you identify why your organic search rankings have dropped – and fix it.

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Google Uses ccTLDs and Search Console Settings to Geotarget Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google recently revealed how it currently geotargets search rankings to users in different locations around the world.

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How we hijacked Google’s SEO guide search rankings

Contributor Dan Sharp shares an experiment in which his company was able to hijack rankings -- from Google itself. See what they learned in the process. The post How we hijacked Google’s SEO guide search rankings appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google: No comment on possibility of a Feb. 7 algorithm update

Did your rankings in Google get better or worse over the past week? Many webmasters and SEOs are noticing some significant changes in Google's search rankings algorithm. The post Google: No comment on possibility of a Feb. 7 algorithm update appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How “Condensed Content” Helps Your Mobile SEO Game by @SEOBrock

A big SEO trend in 2017 could include condensed content for better search rankings.

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Why SEO & lousy content don’t mix

Content is an important part of search rankings, but columnist Ryan Shelley reminds us that quality trumps quantity. The post Why SEO & lousy content don’t mix appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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