There's an interesting screenshot shared by Darren DeMatas
Google announced yesterday that Panda 4.2 began rolling out this past weekend and that it will be slowly rolled out over the course of "months." This means that websites recovering or being filtere
Search marketers and brands alike have been up in arms over gen
...in that there are a TON of pieces to put together and the instruction manual looks like it got dropped into a puddle.
Where do all of these SEO myths come from?
Google Portugal has said - "do not buy, sell, exchange, or ask for links."
What links are good ones is easy for most people to see, but how to get them is harder - especially if you only see black or white.
After Yahoo's renegotiation with Microsoft in April, they've got a free hand to experiment with Google vs Bing search results.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced that Bing w
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.
Rand Fishkin was messing with click-through data again a few days ago
Saw this thanks to Kristi Hines: Moz backlinks Google Study >> https://moz.com/blog/backlinks-google-study
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.
"Why haven't I seen any progress" is a question many clients have for their SEOs when they're waiting for a Penguin or Panda refresh and it's can be difficult to answer with no algorithm update sch
Google should stop thinking only about the large cor
I actually love how Lauren's intro here:
"Two weeks after MobileGeddon, everyone from Moz to
Blue Nile Research just published a study that showed 27% of search engine queries use question formats ("how," what," "which," "why"
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