Posts Tagged ‘google’

Here is a great and direct explanation and attractive visualization of the Google Panda update. We all love infographics, I do more than most people, so I can’t resist posting a good infographic when I see it. The infographic was sent to me by Carlos Vidal Paulinich from AttachMedia. Thanks Carlos. Infografía por Attachmedia The […]

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August 12, 2011 @ 11:28 am | Category:SEO World | Tags: +1, google, real time, social

For Searches, It Really is About Who You Know Much has been made about the Independence Day de-tethering of Twitter feeds from the search engine leviathan, Google. The event, which resulted in the also much-talked-about demise of Google Realtime Search, (which was dependent upon the now expired contractual relationship with Twitter), is but one of […]

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July 1, 2011 @ 11:09 am | Category:SEO World | Tags: +1, google, google plus, google updates, rel author, updates

Google has rolled out some nice changes over the last few weeks, as an SEO and as a search user I have to say that I am really pleased and satisfied with their updates. So what are these updates I am talking about and what can we do with them? +1 Global Webmaster Tools and […]

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April 27, 2011 @ 5:41 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: google, history, search, seo, seo.com

Here is an amazing SEO inforgraphic by SEO.com presenting the 20 year old history of search starting from the first search engine created back in 1990 up to this very moment. It shows how search started and how it gradually took a part of the market and than with Google moved to dominate it, and […]

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April 19, 2011 @ 4:14 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: failures, google, graveyard, infographic, Infographics, wordstream

There is not a soul in the modern world that hasn’t heard about Google. We as web masters and SEO’s heavily depend upon the all might Google for our piece of income and out future, so what would happen if Google itself was to become another Google failure and join the already full Google Graveyard? […]

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April 13, 2011 @ 8:00 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: +1, google, network, seo, social

Those of you a little intolerant to technical jargon and mathematical algorithms may be forgiven for thinking that Google +1 should be left to the ‘experts’ to understand.  However the concept is not too dissimilar from one most of us have become accustomed to – ‘like’ and ‘dislike’. Google +1 are continuing in their attempt […]

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March 15, 2011 @ 3:16 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: article, content, farmer, google, marketing, page, panda, quality, rank, seo, smx, update

SMX West didn’t bring many new things to the table, but it did explain a few things better for everyone to understand, especially regarding the Farmer/Panda update. We have Matt Cutts and Danny Sullivan and other SEO experts to thank for that. You can read the detailed post on Search Engine Land if you want, […]

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December 20, 2010 @ 6:53 pm | Category:SEO Basics | Tags: campaign, company, google, long, natural, organic, plan, seo, short, term

Both bloggers and website owners tend to think between long term SEO vs short term SEO. Are there benefits to one opposing the other, and if there are what are they? Well I’m here to tell you that short term SEO doesn’t exist. Short term SEO is only one small campaign inside the large one, […]

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