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Google’s New Disavow Tool: Why and How to Use it

Much to the excitement of webmasters who have been antagonized by Google Penguin, Google has made a peace offering: its new disavow tool. As you probably know, the reason so many sites are losing their formerly prestigious search engine rankings

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Google Changes you Might not have Noticed

SEO marketers know that it’s been a rough year in their field; the Google algorithm undergoes up to 600 changes per year, and most SEO aficionados try to keep tabs on specific dates and functions of the changes. This way,

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Matt Cutts does Q&A on Disavow Tool

We discussed how Google has released its link disavow tool a few weeks ago and how it will be beneficial to anyone who has unknowingly hired black-hat SEO companies or who has been sabotaged by competitors. However, despite the fact

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Foursquare and SEO

Social media enthusiasts have most likely heard of – if not avidly been using – the app known as FourSquare. This app allows people to “check in” using the GPS function when they go somewhere. At the bowling alley? “Check

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Google Updates AdWord Policy

Google has dropped the hammer on a variety of SEO practices —  excessive keyword use, spun content, and the like. Ever watchful, it has knocked down poorly optimized website after poorly optimized website, leaving guilty webmasters to fumble for their

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Google’s New Sitelink Policy

The people over at Penguin Watch are gearing up for a new Google policy change.  They’re at it again with another policy update, but this time it’s about sitelinks.   According to Google’s new policy each sitelink within a campaign now

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The SEO Problem of Unfamiliarity

With the online community shaken by Google’s recent slew of updates, we can expect, in the near future, a number of SEO companies to drop off the grid. Why? Well, Google has been hinting for quite some time that, moving

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Penguin Algorithm Update to affect even SEO Companies

“You don’t want the next Penguin update.” This is what Matt Cutts, Google’s SEO specialist, stated during the most recent Google announcement. He didn’t quite specify what he meant by that, but it certainly left webmasters anxiously wondering.   We’ve

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Post Penguin Update Strategies

By this point, we all know the basics about the goals of the latest Google changes and what to do to rebuild from their effects. Most webmasters are taking the proper actions: assessing the damage, getting rid of harmful backlinks,

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Unexpected Google Algorithm Update Released August 28th, Webmasters Suspect

No one was quite prepared for it, but it seems that on August 28th, there was yet another update to Google’s algorithm. Webmasters all across the web noticed huge changes in their sites’ traffic – some for the better, and

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