Morning! Here's the news of the day: Facebook is holding its first developer conference since 2011 on April 30. Google is trying to figure out how to do search for mobile apps. It's harder because apps aren't connected like websites.
Le référencement naturel, appelé parfois référencement organique ou SEO (Search Engine Optimization), c’est l’ensemble des techniques non payantes qui vont permettre à votre site d’être le mieux positionné dans les moteurs de recherche (Google, Bing, Yahoo…) par un mot-clé (ou une expression) renseigné.
On June 7, 2011, Google announced support for a new type of markup called the Authorship Tag. This was the rel=”author” tag. It did not take long before the speculation started — when would Google start using data from this new tag to impact rankings? The industry took to referring to this concept as AuthorRank. […]
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