By now, most SEOs are familiar with the Right to Be Forgotten legislation in Europe, which allows individuals to request removal of content surrounding their name from Google's index.
You may remember that Firefox began blocking Flash by default back in July. I've personally been gettin
An interesting facet of negative SEO is that the definition isn't nailed down.
Just a few days ago, Imperva’s Application Defense Center (ADC) research arm unveiled its August Hacker Intelligence Initia
John Mueller announced on Google+ that the Python script which has been used to download and export query data in Google Webmast
You might have heard that Google is sending Wikipedia less traffic these days. This was probably put to you in unnecessarily explosive terms.
That's a lot of "lost" income!
Maybe this is old news for some of you but I found the study and experiment itself to be an interesting read, so I thought I'd share
Google recently filed for a
Google is reorganizing under the umbrella of a new parent company called Alphabet, hoping to keep its eclectic ducks in a row.
Anyone out there have a favorite "Youtuber" personality? No? That's ok - it's mostly for the younger kids these days.
It seems Google's local 7-pack has been replaced with a 3-pack, according to Mike Blumenthal. I looked and confirmed that it's a three-pack on my SERPs.
I just heard about the Firefox explot, in the wild, which has been patched by Mozilla, so they, and I encourage you to update to V 39.0.3 right away.
As Panda 4.2 rolls on, there's an interesting discussion happening on WebmasterWorld. It's about eCommerce and traffic.
Rand Fishkin quietly added the word "feminist" to his twitter bio with sadly predictable results.
I loved this comment by Tom Bishop (you may want to scroll down a bit if the permalink doesn't work) and it brings up great points:
Everyone knows that link juice from forums dried up years ago and it's just spam now - but in some corners of the net, the juice may still flow.
Dr Pete tweeted about Google testing removing the map and pins from local listings. So far, the test is only in San Francisco.
I haven't experienced this myself, but a user on SEO Chat seems to feel that the only way to get links is to pay for them.
Panda 4.2 is going to be a long-term roll-out, which means that following its gradual impact is going to be interesting!
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