As a response to similar pushes from Facebook, Apple and Snapchat, Google and Twitter are teami
Russia's largest search engine seems to have finally said "enough is enough"...when it comes to sellers, at least.
They're still limited to the San Francisco Bay, but they're now available to plumbers, locksmiths, house cleaners, and handymen.
What happens when you lose a featured snippet? And why are they taken away?
An interesting facet of negative SEO is that the definition isn't nailed down.
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
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.
As Panda 4.2 rolls on, there's an interesting discussion happening on WebmasterWorld. It's about eCommerce and traffic.
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.
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!
Chatty Googlebot has a new message for you!
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?
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