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SEO Quake Just Got a Whole Lot Better

SEO Quake is an amazing extension for Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or Safari that gives you a great SEO snapshot of whatever page you’re on.

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What’s a “Good” Link?

Not all backlinks are created equally. If you want to be sure that you’re getting links that Google will love, follow these simple rules…

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Bing and Anchor Text Ranking Factors

In late September, Bing filed a patent regarding the relationship between similar anchor text and the relationship among the sites where it lives and yours.

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25 SEO Questions to Ask Your Domain

I’ve decided to share with you some of the points I take into consideration when I’m evaluating a client’s website. I spend a great deal of time analyzing the site before I ever make a proposal because it’s the only way you can come up with a solid plan to either fix what’s wrong or […]

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Google Says that URL Shorteners Don’t Hurt SEO

Everyone wonders about those nifty URL shorteners like Bit.ly, BudURL and TinyURL to name just a few. I know that they might stop your email from getting through because some mail carriers see them as “spammy,” but when it comes to using a short URL on a web page, you’re probably OK. Here’s Matt Cutts […]

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SEO News Tidbits for June 7, 2010

Pat Marcello talks about movements in SEO and social media over the past few days.

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Page Rank Is Back!

I’m very pleased to type that the SEO News Blog has finally re-achieved page rank after all these months without it. At one time, we had a PR 4, but then, Google came down on paid linking. It’s understandable. They don’t like manipulation of their results like that and who can blame them? They want […]

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