Google appears to have given its competitors more ammunition in their fight over its "biased SERPs" when a "code push" appears to have demoted its competitors in mobile SERPs, and favouring its own
Google's recently released Search Quality Rater Guidelines emphasize user satisfaction and usability more than they have in the past, it seems.
It's a big ol' 160 page pdf but according to SEL it's a pretty good read. If
Zombie traffic in the world of organic search, not to be confused with the different species of zombie that plagues the world of PPC, is still a problem for many webmasters.
Just because something can be automated doesn't necessarily mean that it should be.
Dust off the ol' disavow document, you should check your backlink profile and make sure your site is not at risk.
Gilgamesh and Ulysses got nothin' on these seven line snippets that Google is testing.
Recent comments by Gary Illyes have stirred up some confusion about the upcoming "real-time" Penguin update.
Bing is profitable at last - at least for Microsoft. Does that mean SEOs should give it another chance?
Google Search Powered by Artificial Intelligence, RankBrain https://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4774728.htm
What do you think, is this anything to do with zombie traffic?
When Google hits a site with an outbound link penalty, a site can nofollow the links to get recovery, then dofollow them again later.
This is a hot topic right now, and has been a discussion topic for a while. Google Zombie traffic.
I wonder if major sites realize that when they choose to nofollow all links that will impact not only every small business, blogger, freelancer, and other entity ever linked to from their site, but
301 redirects are permanent, 302s are temporary. This is something we all learned in SEO 101.
Black hat SEOs across the interwebs are reporting a drop in rankings and the common factor seems to be that they used the underground link network SAPE.
For some of you, I know that this will seem like it's been a long time coming.
A tweet from Gary Illyes has some webmasters speculating about a future "mobile only" index.
News so nice, Search Engine Land had to print it twice.
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