Introducing: HyperPagerank


A ‘traditional’ link graph is a directed graph which consists of nodes connected by edges, a schematic representation of a document collection connected by directional links (A → B). Link-based search engines (such as Google) rely on directed link …

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Cognitive SEO

Hangout on air with Razvan Gavrilas, the founder of Cognitive SEO.

  • What is Cognitive SEO?
  • Features & Functionality
  • Usage Examples
  • Tactics

Thursday, 7pm AEST, 1 August 2013, On Google+

Want to participate?

There is a limited number of spots …

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Google SERP Curve Ball – Test?

SERP Curveball Google’s latest curve ball in the SERPs with ‘Product Listing Ads‘ being tested!

So is what sort of impact this may have on the look of Serp’s and most importantly the impact to real world business, time will tell. …

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The Guest Post Request Zombie Apocalypse

The Guest Post Request Zombie Apocalypse

Zombie apocalypse

If I’m honest, I was guilty of some ignorance. I didn’t realise the mountains of crap that blog owners are subject to. It’s like hordes of the un-dead have somehow got access to the internet and are making their way …

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Adwords – Enhanced Campaigns

Enhanced Campaigns

Google released Enhanced campaigns way back in February (by the way, February is way back in internet years) as a way to: simplify AdWords, improve usability and add a few new features. Most importantly however, this introduction was primarily due …

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Webmaster Tools Changes Bring Schema Into Focus

Rich SnippetsThe Changes

WMT Menu

Changes to webmaster tools now bring Schema markup features heavily into focus. The menu structure (shown on the right) now contains a new category “Search Appearance” immediately below messages, putting it above other tools in WMT.

The Search …

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