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Google Announces 10 New Algorithm Changes!

By: | November 14, 2011 | View: 7235

Google has just announced 10 new changes to their algorithm and corresponding search results. In this post we will review these changes and how they will impact SEO best practices and strategy. Cross-language information retrieval updates In certain cases there is a limited amount of information listed on the internet for specific languages. When this […]

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You may have noticed that information in the Google search index can seem stale in regards to the content you are searching for. For example, say you search for San Diego Aztecs Football. In this case, you may be looking for recent information, not a webpage from 10 years ago that talks about one of […]

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Google is now making those who are logged to Google search from a secure connection. As a result, Google Analytics data will suffer.   Google Begins Hiding Information in Google Analytics   OK, you read the title and are probably wondering is this for real? I am sorry to say that yes it is. If you are […]

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When you lose traffic from search engine optimization it can hurt your business. The first thing you want to know is, “What Can I do to get my Traffic Back?” In this video by Matt Cutts, Head of WebSpam at Google, we hear how to deal with a loss of SEO traffic from Mr. SEO […]

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A report on Google +1 research data pulled from 41 non-publisher websites in different industries. From the time period of 8/20/2011 to 9/20/2011 Search Engine Optimization Inc. performed an analysis of Google +1 data on 41 websites. This research was focused on the number of Google +1s each of these websites received during the time […]

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As an SEO company, we run into questions like, “Should you use a rel=canonical or a 301 redirect” all of the time. While we are quite versed in answering these topics, it is always nice to hear information straight from Google. In this video, we hear Matt Cutts, head of WebSpam at Google, address the […]

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