Clarifying ‘Your most linked content’ in Google Webmaster Tools

A lot of webmasters judge the popularity of their content by observing the number of links pointing to their pages. The problem is that a footer link from a single domain can create 100,000 links. This does not carry the same value as if 100,000 websites linked to your page.…

 

Matt Cutts Clarifies Unnatural Link Notifications

Here’s our digest of the most important clarifications from the most recent post on unnatural link notifications.

Matt Cutts: Good & Bad

Recent unnatural link notification messages [2] issued by Google caused much confusion among webmasters and few were certain of their purpose and severity. Last week Matt Cutts offered a brief explanation in his Google+ post [3], and later in the week a post was published on Google’s “Webmaster Central Blog” [1].…

 

How big is the internet?

Russian website http://internet-map.net/ offers an interactive browse through the web, search and find your website and zoom out for a humbling experience.

This is what we’ve done to understand what place our website takes on the web. A grain of sand…

 

Index Status – New GWT Feature

If you ever wondered or tried to check how many of your pages are in Google index you might have come into a dilemma here and there. If you check Google search that number may change daily, and is never substantial.…

 

Alternative Open Source Platforms

Open source platforms have become very popular today. It is very clear that it is not only the price of these solutions that make them an attractive choice for businesses and organizations. Quality open source systems have become popular because of the countless benefits they can give to users.…

 

How I Accidentally Conducted My First Panda Experiment

Taking a look at an old search experiment with some interesting observations in the light of recent algorithm changes.

Note: I welcome all input, feedback and constructive criticism. However, if you’re of the opinion that SEO experiments are pointless, then please leave now before you get deeply upset by the ‘speculative’ nature of this post.

 

Server Wars II: Attack of the Clouds

Storage has always been a static concept. Whether you are looking to put away those ancient vinyl records or decade old annual reports, storage has been viewed as a tiresome necessity dressed in a guise of unimportance. However, the growth of online storage devices is not only providing new options, but seeking to change the way we envision and use storage.…

 

False Alarms: OMG, It’s a Google Penalty!

Why is it that the first thing we think of when traffic goes down is that we’ve been penalised by Google?

Scream: Penalty!

Penalties are a relatively rare thing and apply only to a very tiny fraction of the web, when a penalty strikes though, there is no doubt about it – the effects are devastating.…

 

Google Sends Out ‘Unnatural Inbound Links’ Notifications

Some of your links are being ignored, says Google, but we won’t penalise you as you may in fact be innocent.

Unnatural inbound links

On Jul 19, 2012 Google Webmaster Tools issued a scary notification to numerous webmasters advising that their website was in breach of Google’s quality guidelines.…

 

Open Linked Data, DBpedia, Serendipity, and the Future of Web – Interview with Kingsley Idehen

Being a Semantic Web, Open Linked Data, Open Source enthusiast, and at some point the contributor to the AP for the FOAF and other metadata standards, recently I had an opportunity to talk with Kingsley Idehen on his current projects,  views on the use of the Web technologies, Open Linked Data,  WebID, serendipity, and certain aspects of the Internet that influence our everyday lives.

 

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