Over on Bill Slawski's Google Plus page there's an interesting discussion about what Wikipedia considers "notable" going on.
After Yahoo's renegotiation with Microsoft in April, they've got a free hand to experiment with Google vs Bing search results.
Found an interesting thread on WebmasterWorld today about outsourcing some tasks to places like Fiverr, mturk, cragslist, odesk/upwork,
Once upon a time, a brand's most recent Google+ post would show up in their knowledge panel when it was triggered - no more.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced that Bing w
With the knowledge box and the power of Google's "regulars," it's hard enough getting even close to the top.
In and effort to attract more users, Yahoo has announced a partnership with Oracle so that everytime a user updates Java, they may be switched to Yahoo.
Since the Quality Update, some sites are reporting that they were hit with structured data penalties.
There's an interesting thread on WebmasterWorld about whether we want a Panda refresh, or not.
According to this article, within minutes of Apple posting its record setting quarterly e
Rand Fishkin was messing with click-through data again a few days ago
Wikipedia Break The Internet
Saw this thanks to Kristi Hines: Moz backlinks Google Study >> https://moz.com/blog/backlinks-google-study
A famous ketchup manufacturer let one of its promo domain lapse, and a savvy adult webmaster picked it up.
Some legislation passed in Europe has been hitting the news lately.
Well, that's all she wrote - it took less than a week for Thumbtack's penalty to be lifted. But the story's not over.
There's talk of a Google update going on right now, but my old pal Dixon Jones has pointed out that an update may not be what it first seems.
Do you use hashtags in your mobile strategy to help get your posts noticed? More people may find your Tweets, but they might not be interacting with them quite the way you want.
Exchanging links for content and guest blogging aren't the most squeaky clean topics anymore.
Facebook is making impressive gains with its Custom Audiences platform. I always like an "underdog" story.
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