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WordPress Plugin: AuthorSure from DIY Webmastery

The new WordPress plugin Authorsure makes creating your author page and using rel=author markup language simple.

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Authority Matters More Than Ever

Google’s special algorithm, known as Panda, has changed things dramatically, especially where duplicate content is concerned. Here’s why…

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What to Do If You’ve Been Bitten By Panda

Earlier this year when Google smacked the dupe content world with their Panda algorithm update, some very high-profile sites felt the bite. Ezine Articles, eHow, and HubPages, for example, had dramatic drops in traffic almost overnight. And they’re not recovering very quickly. I ran into an interview with HubPages CEO, Paul Edmondson over at ZDNet, […]

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Google’s List Function, Me on the Web, and Counters?

Did you know that you don’t have to search individual terms at Google? I mean, if you’re a student and looking for more information on US Astronauts, for example, you can search for “astronauts,” and come up with a whole list of the individual astronauts at the bottom of the page: That’s pretty cool. It […]

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Common SEO Mistakes

I found a really great post over at Search Engine Land, called “25 Super Common Mistakes .” It’s from back in October, and I’m not sure how I missed it. There are some issues that you may not be thinking about when it comes to SEO. For example: Image via CrunchBase Using broad match when […]

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Your Twitter Authority Matters

Wow… I’m stunned. I just read yesterday’s article from Danny Sullivan about the influence of social media, particularly Twitter and Facebook, in Google and Bing.  (What Social Signals Do Google & Bing Really Count?, December 1, 2010) Image via Wikipedia What amazed me most is that Google pays attention to your influence on Twitter! They […]

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SEO: How Many Keywords Do You Have?

If you’ve been a webmaster for a while, I’m guessing that you have lists and lists of keywords that you use for SEO purposes, right? I mean, they’re always changing,  and you have to get them all on the first page, right? Image via Wikipedia Wrong! Don’t ever try to do that! If you do, […]

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