These days, many webmasters are finding it difficult to figure out what’s still important for SEO and what’s no longer relevant. In an effort to clarify important trends in the SEO industry, I published “The Top 7 SEO Trends Dominating 2014.” Now, I’d like to explore the best practices associated with [...]
The thunder clap of Google’s Matt Cutts’s Twitter post could be heard across the web this week with the announcement of the search engine’s latest update, Panda 4.0.
Of course the type of Panda I’m talking about isn’t a cute bear from China. It’s the name of an algorithm used by Google to filter out low quality content from search results.
The first Panda update in Feb, 2011 was fairly aggressive, affecting about 11% of queries on Google and millions of searchers. Panda also had an impact on more than a few website owners who fell from the search results like hail from the sky...
Google has taken over the lease at the airfield that houses Hangar One -- the giant eight-acre aircraft hangar that was built in 1933 to house massive dirigibles and now is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Silicon Valley.
It’s November, which means it’s time for my annual SEO Playbook for the coming year. Thanks to Google’s Hummingbird, Internet marketers and search engine optimization professionals are thinking a lot about content and authority, as well as what this new algorithm means for keyword relevance and link building. At the same time, SEOs seem to […]
Major 2013 changes included additional releases of Panda, Penguin and preparations for Hummingbird, this gave away shift from providing keyword data based on encrypted search. Upcoming upgrade is changing critically existing SEO. Here are some tips and hints on how to prepare your online business in 2014 Google Algorithm:
Have you ever been to a slow site and it felt like it took hours to load? You look down at your computer clock and really only 30 seconds have gone by. That's just the user experience on a slow site- the real question is “Does your website speed effect your ranking?” Will your slightly slower site be penalized by Google and other search engines when you clients are even looking for you?In this easy to understand graphic, we see that 1 second makes all the difference in the world. And after just 6 short weeks of poor load times, your site can lose 75% of it’s traffic to that page.If you have a low ranking you might want to follow some of the Google Guidelines to pre-load your most popular pages to increase your site’s overall performance.
Via Lauren Moss
Says Cutts: "As far as doing special specific work to say 'you have this many followers on Twitter' or 'this many likes on Facebook', to the best of my knowledge we don't currently have any signals like that in our web search ranking algorithms."
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