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The holidays have come to the world of search engine optimization! This year, we’re giving back to the one who makes all the magic happen (and, no we don’t mean Santa Claus). That’s right, we’re talking about Google. Google is like that close relative who’s always on your mind but is just impossible to buy […]

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Right before writing this article, I posted something on Facebook about how much I enjoy reading peoples’ negative comments on Instagram sponsored pictures / ads. We’re all so sensitive… Anyway, if you’re like the apparently-large number of people who abhor online ads, Google Contributor will be something to take note of. So what is Contributor […]

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Somebody’s planning to spook our search engines silly at the Halloween party. Who could it be? We know Google’s no stranger to mixing things up and keeping people guessing. (Panda, anyone?) And we know Yahoo’s got an eye for fun. I mean, come on, she’s got an exclamation point in her logo! Could it be […]

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Stick a fork in it – the smartphone wars are done. That’s what Google would like, anyway. Not content with only an operating system, Google’s latest gadget seeks to crush Apple with the ultimate convenience: an Android device that does it all. And hot on the heels of the iPhone 6, it’s bound to be […]

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SEO News: Google Authorship is Dead

By: | August 29, 2014 | View: 6419

The ever-changing machine that is Google has changed another feature in its quest to make a smoother user experience. On the chopping block this time? Google authorship. As of yesterday, Google authorship tags no longer show up in search results. Most likely you’ve seen the authorship tag when looking something up on Google. It is […]

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Big news just announced on the Google Webmaster Central Blog: Google has updated their robots.txt tool. They are now allowing websites the opportunity to test their robots.txt files after making changes, and before pushing it live. You know the robots, right? As a refresher: the robots.txt file essentially tells the search engines which pages on a site to crawl […]

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