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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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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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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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Google Penguin Wages War on Links

When Google released its Panda update, it was impossible not to notice the initial impact it had on search engine results pages. It periodically rolled out new updates thereafter, but like a shockwave, each subsequent release was less significant than

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Blogging on the Post-Penguin Web

Today, many webmasters utilize blogs to keep their viewers updated on new offerings or events and to help generate feedback from that audience.  However, blogs have also been used by online marketers as a tool to build authority in the

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The SEO Era

It seems like with every big technological innovation that some technologies, products, and methods are bound to be left in the dust.  Once automobiles became mass produced and affordable the unofficial reign of whips and buggies ceased, and the advancement

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Google Gives More Insight Into Further Penguin and Panda Algorithm “Jolts”

Google’s Spam Department head, Matt Cutts took to the mic at the SES San Francisco conference Thursday to discuss further changes to Google’s algorithm. As many small business owners have noticed, Google updates have come in the form of animal-themed

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