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Webmaster Tools Offers Up Better Backlink Data; SEOs Rejoice!

Google gave webmasters an early (very early) holiday present - announcing that it is expanding the data it provides about a websites links within its Webmaster Tools platform. Webmasters previously had access to upward of 100,000 backlinks...

10 Popular Google Web Fonts

There's no shortage of "trends' that Web designers must pay attention to, but few are more practical - and impactful - than the use of Web fonts. Many, many Internet years ago, Web designers' choice of fonts were limited...

Advice for a Panda Attack: SEO Quick Hit

If your website was attacked by Google’s Panda update, there is apparently an easy way to heal the digital damage done – just write better content! That little gem of advice came from Google’s Matt Cutts in a recently...

Tracking Offline Sales with SugarCRM & Google

Despite our collective affinity to and belief in the commercial Web, most “sales” actually occur offline. As any good Internet professional might expect however, technology is helping to close the loop. SugarCRM has announced...

Adsense Comes to Content Experiments

Yes, you can make more money with Adsense - but you'll have to put the work in. Fortunately, Google has announced that users of its Analytics product who have linked their accounts to Adsense can now select AdSense Revenue as an...

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Nofollow Links on Blog Comments Will NOT Hurt Rankings

It's not easy building links, but SEOs should know that shortcuts are rarely (if ever) the answer. Blog comments, which can be useful when used strategically and more importantly thoughtfully (contributing to the conversation)...

Google's Anchor Text Updates: Much Ado About Nothing (for the good guys)

by Andy Crestodina, strategic director of Chicago web design company Orbit Media . Each time Google alters the language in its Webmaster Guidelines , I get questions. A new round came last month, when Google updated its Webmaster Guidelines...

Google Disavow and the Damage Already Done

When Google launched its disavow tool over a year ago, few realized the impact that its use might have on their search engine optimization campaigns. But an impact it has most certainly had – and not always a positive one. In...

Google Keyword Planner Replaces Keyword Tool

It’s somewhat of a sad digital time for the SEO community as one of the most popular Web-based tools for Internet professionals has retired. The Google Keyword Tool, which likely suggested search terms and phrases for your own...

11 SEO Tips for Content Optimization

Content – whether it be in-depth articles, short blogs, banner ad creatives, social posts or landing page copy – can always be better or, rather, optimized for both user experience and search engine rankings. As more brands...

Analyze Your "Search Footprint" with Google's Paid & Organic Report

Google has released a new report that will enable digital marketers to analyze and optimize their total search footprint, comparing performance for a query when you have either an ad, an organic listing, or both appear on the search...

Google Adsense Publishers Can Nix Advanced Ad Format Features

Google has announced that it will now allow its Adsense publishers to opt out of many of the newer ad format features. Publishers have seen a steady stream of "innovations" appearing on ads displayed at their websites including...

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In-Depth Articles in Google Search Results

Google's new in-depth articles feature, released early this month (Aug. 2013), promises to increase digital visibility for those that take content development seriously. The aim in providing ( perhaps better said as "featuring"...

Manual Webspam Actions Come to Webmaster Tools

Google has made its disdain for spam in its search results well known over the years. While the company takes a very public stand on the issue, and continually works to improve its webspam algorithms, in some special situations it...

Hey SEO, NoFollow Those Widget Links

If you have placed third party widgets on your site (and who hasn't) or are a distributor of widgets that include hypertext links, you should probably use the rel=nofollow attribute according to Google’s head of search spam...

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