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Google Currents Now Available Worldwide

For the past few months, Google Currents has been in various states of testing and review while its parent company irons out the wrinkles. Only US customers have had access to its web-based and mobile service, at least until now. That all changes with the debut of Google Currents for international users, which delivers Currents to UK readers for iOS and Android.…

 

Google Sends 20,000 Hacked Website Notifications

Matt Cutts from Google has just announced that they have sent out 20,000 messages to owners of websites which may have been hacked.

As part of Google’s search quality efforts, strong communication with the webmaster community continues via numerous on-line channels.…

 

Link Spam Detection

In this article we describe quantitative metric-based link spam detection in a collection of analysed domains. Accuracy and co-relation ranges from 60 to 90 percent with adjustment of different quality parameters. Our technique is still considered to be ‘work in progress’ and may not be fit for accurate automated action.…

 

Google Plus Gets a New Design

Google Plus gets a brand new design featuring a complete layout and look & feel overhaul. The rapid design changes and releases at Google are nothing new and their new attitude towards product release is to get things out there and see what happens.…

 

Canonical vs. Hreflang

Google clarifies webmaster questions around potential conflicting nature of rel canonical and hreflang annotation.

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Briefly about rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x”

Websites which serve the same content in multiple languages can utilise the rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x” annotations to help Google decide which version to serve to which language group.…

 

Google Consumer Surveys Explained

Google recently introduced another new product called Google Consumer Surveys. The premise of this new service is to allow users to create their own consumer survey and Google will then distribute it across their publisher networks including, online news sites, video creators and app developers.…

 

NETT

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Now you can mention: NETT QR on the phone and get 10% discount on your first month of SEO.

Dejan SEO Team

NETT

 

Search Quality: The Link Graph Theory

Theory behind evaluation of search result quality through algorithmic treatment of the web index. Read on and discover some of the fundamental forces behind search engine rankings.

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Part 1 of the Search Quality Series by Dejan SEO

Introduction

There are different types of graphs on the web, useful to search engines in processing and evaluation of relevance and reputation of pages in their index. …

 

Google: Providing Endless Possibilities

Google and other search engines have become a part of everyday life. Long gone are the days where a person would need to learn things from experience or from experimentation. The Internet, Google, Wikipedia, and all of these sources of information have changed the way people learn and have brought it to an unimaginably easy, quick, and accessible level.…

 

The 4th Search Quality Alliance Hangout

Recording from the 4th Search Quality Alliance Hangout, live with webmasters from around the world.

 

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