SEO Q&A: Bloggers Edition

Answering SEO questions with focus on bloggers and blogging:

- Technical optimisation
- Content
- Authorship
- Guest posts
- Safe link practices
- Latest algorithms
- Blogging platforms

You’ll be able to watch the event live on this page:

How to join?…

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BBC Penalised on a Granular Level

Last week, SEO Roundtable reported1 an interesting story about BBC seeking assistance with locating the source of the unnatural link notification2.

“I am a representative of the BBC site and on Saturday we got a ‘notice of detected unnatural links’.

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Content Rejuvenation

Content rejuvenation describes the process of further development of existing content on your website, specifically targeting pages which are already popular in search engines. The idea is to maximise the benefits to your authorship and the website you write for.

 Content Idea

Today I had a look at my author stats in Google Webmaster Tools and found some ordinary pages doing surprising well in search.…

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Panda Update Integration into Search Algorithm

As reported by Search Engine Land, Panda update, which is a manual update, will soon be integrated into Google’s search algorithm. Their source is Matt Cutts, and this was stated at SMX West conference.

What this means is that Panda which was a manual update will no longer be pushed in sequences when Google sees fit, but will be a part of Google search algorithm and as well one of the rankings factors, and one of the most important ones.…

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Surviving Penguin

Penguin Banner

Matt Cutts has announced a fierce new iteration of Penguin search quality filter. This hangout is about survival techniques for websites which may be at risk.

- What is Penguin
- Preparing for Penguin
- Post-Penguin Cleanup
- Free Discussion

We welcome all real examples and cases.…

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