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Google Panda 3.4 Updates Roll Over Blog Networks

I had a feeling this day would come, and Google lowered the Panda boom on Friday, March 23. Late in the day, Google tweeted: “Panda refresh rolling out now. Only ~1.6% of queries noticeably affected.” To Google, this means it was a minor change. To those of you working with blog networks, it may have […]

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Search News for Last Week

What happened in search during the week of Feb. 17, 2012? Here’s some interesting info from Barry Schwartz at SEO Rountable.

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Does Wikipedia Take Up Too Much Space?

When you search for something and Wikipedia comes up in the top spot, are you happy or pissed off? Here’s why Wikipedia ranks so well, and why it really shouldn’t.

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Directories: Are They STILL Relevant?

The answer is Yes and No. Watch this video to find out which ones to target and which ones to avoid.

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Rich Snippets Info from Google

Google allows webmasters to control their search results listings in several different areas. It’s time to get with the rich snippets! Here’s more information about them…

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Google Algorithm Changes for December 2011

Ah, yes, we’re in a new world of search — one where everything changes all the time. Oh, wait… That’s the OLD world of search, but the changes are coming more rapidly ever since our friend “Panda” came to town. It’s hard to keep up with all of it, but Google is doing a pretty […]

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The 7 Commandments of Google+ Pages for Your Business

Last week, Google+ added another “Facebook-y” feature. You can now create a Google+ page for your business. Why would you want to? Well, let’s think about this… It’s Google. You want to show that you’re participating in social venues, especially Google’s own. Google+ is becoming more popular every day. Don’t you wish that you had […]

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