Google+ Hashtags: Initial Observations

One of the more interesting aspects of Google+ redesign in my opinion is the new way of #hashtag handling. This short post goes over a few basic observations I’ve made so far.

Triggering

What I find interesting is that certain keywords trigger the tag, while others do not.…

 

Link Networks Massive Hit

According to Matt Cutts tweet Google has laid a massive link network hit. It just goes to show that what Matt talked about in his video recently is not to be taken lightly. If you weren’t sure when Google will start rolling up these updates, this is the last alert you will get, as they have started working on what Matt promised that we will see in the future.…

 

Interview with ABC: Mars One

Dan Petrovic, ABC TV Interview

Link of the interview: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-15/an-ethical-questions-over-one-way-mars-mission/4690824

Dan Petrovic appeared on ABC’s Newsline as a representative of Australian Science and one of the first five sponsors of Mars One initiative. The interview also features comments from the founder Bas Lansdorp, Jonathan Nally from SpaceInfo and Dr.…

 

Penguin 2.0 and Matt’s overview

Penguin 2.0 update

Algorithm Update – the next leap!?

Called Penguin 2.0 internally at Google, the latest updates to roll out in the next week or so aim to have a significant impact on web spam tactics and the value these methodologies impart to SERPs and a sites authority, even more so than the last major update.…

 

Crowdsourcing: Googler’s Examples of Bad Links

Bad Links

Google’s webspam team consists of people who look at spammy links on a daily basis and can recognise bad links quickly. These people also help webmasters recover from penalties by guiding them through the reconsideration process. Part of the process often includes examples of remaining bad links and this is what we’re interested in.…

 

Fundamentals of SEO – Webinar

Seo FundamentalsRecently the Printing Industries Association of Australia in conjunction with the Graphic Arts Association of Australia asked for us to hold a webinar for their members on SEO.

The aim of the webinar was to give a general overview of what seo is, what are some of the key elements involved in an effective online solution and greater considerations for further discussion.…

 

May 2013: A Massive Algorithm Update at Google?

It started in Australia as many webmasters and SEOs noticed a Venice-like update and now it looks like we’re looking at a global algorithm change.

mozcast

Mozcast shows a very turbulent 5th of May.

Jim Stewart was one of the first Australian SEOs to spot the change saying “ They’ve replaced places for organic…”.…

 

An Interview with Rand Fishkin

How can we help our clients & move forward as an industry? Whilst presenting at SMX Sydney last month, Dan had the opportunity to speak with Rand Fishkin and ask him just that. Rand also gave us a brief overview on SEOmoz’s new(ish) tool, Fresh Web Explorer.…

 

Tracking Rankings With Google’s Referrer URL

Earlier this year I wrote about the problem of diminishing keyword data and offered a number of solutions to overcome this problem. Today I will highlight one specific method of keyword and position mining – server log files.

These days there is no such thing as an absolute ranking position.…

 

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