There's a "neat" SERPs experiment going on in Google.co.uk for the obviously navigational query
Watch this classic video from no other than Matt Cutts on what a paid link is.. The Video "tries" to explain what a paid link is in the eyes of google / Matt cuts..
My previous share predicting the tide is turning against Google was premonitient.
Barry at Search engine round table has reported how google is now sending out penalty notices to spammy rich snippets
We have all joked about Goolge being one massive scrapper site. But, it looks like we are now starting to see evidence that this is true.
This disavowing and link removing is a total waste of time.
This question has been discussed at Google hangout and brought up to my attention by
Let me begin with a disclosure.
Google's Matt Cutts updates his post:
Specifically how to do this correc
PostJoint has updated their post on what we all need to know: http://blog.postjoint.com/guest-blogging-is-not-dead/
There has been a lot of chatter over the web about Google dropping author pictures in search results. Where did it start and what should you know about it?
Dave Naylor brings up a few good questions on what site owners should do when a website owners wants to migrate to a new domain from an old domain that once had a penalty and utlized the disavow to
Bill Hartzer has published an example of a site ranking #1 for their competitive keyword phrase even though their site has robots disallowed.
Marie Haynes on twitter just tweeted a screen grab of google's new notifications which I haven't seen before asking the webmaster to wait a few weeks before submitting another re-inclusion re
iamlost posted a great thread at cre8asiteforums titled "Hold The Angst And Adapt" talking abou
Spotted via twitter, Google are testing out ads on knowledge graph.
The example makes sense to me. You are looking for x car then why not show a local dealer who has the car?
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