Rich Snippet Guidelines Published

As with everything Google does, sooner or later they release a guide or guidelines for the right way of doing things. This time they released the guidelines for something that was long overdue, rich snippets.

rich snippets

The new post published on …

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SEO Industry: Issues and Standards

SEO Industry: Issues and Standards


There are many great SEO companies out there, but for every good one there are two bad ones. How can a business owner make the right choice? How do we ensure the highest possible quality standards in our industry?…

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Google Tag Manager is Here

Google finally got around to address the issues of tags. As you know too many tags are not good for your site, on the contrary a few won’t help you much, well, it seems that Google has found a solution …

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Authorship: Messing Up Your Rankings

Your ranking data could be skewed since the introduction of authorship suggestions. In this article we investigate how this could happen.

Major SEO portals have recently covered the “hidden benefit of authorship” where users who return back to results after …

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SES Hong Kong Day 1 – Mike Grehan

Link building tools and tactics.

Mike Grehan
Global VP Content, Incisive Media

Author of Search Engine Marketing Book: The essential best practice guide

Mike opened his expert talk on link building with a little walk down memory lane, using an anecdote about Alta Vista and how easy it was to manipulate …

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SES Hong Kong Day 1 – Cross-border SEO

Glen Shu

Glen Chu
Co-Founder, Digital Butter

Glen opened up by offering the advice that with content, website owners should write as if they are talking to someone in plain language. I suppose this enhances the users ability to engage with the …

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