Guest Blogging? Exercise Caution!

Have you ever done any guest blogging? Here’s a few tips on how to stay safe and avoid breaching search engine guidelines.

Choose Wisely

Google has 25,270,000,000 pages in their index. Imagine a tiny little fraction of their index to …

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The Random Google

Is Google purposely randomizing things just to mess with us? Let’s take a look at one patent and two SEO experiments.

Random Choices

In March 2011, I wrote an article outlining an interesting phenomenon I observed with PageRank distribution in a controlled …

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My First Computer

Orao Computer

My first computer was called Orao (not Oreo), which translates to “Eagle” and it featured a whopping 16K of RAM. According to Wikipedia, this 8-bit computer was a superior version to its predecessor Galeb (Seagull) and was released in 1984 …

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Google Algorithm Updates: June & July 2012 [Organised List]

Google’s massive list of June and July updates: Trimmed, merged and organised into five main areas: quality, query understanding, images, snippets and other.

Google Update

Page Quality:
  1. Several boosts and tweaks for high-quality content from trusted sources.
  2. Several Panda tweaks including algorithm

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Bing & Bing Webmaster Tools Rise to Power

While Google seems to push webmasters to the limit of their patience with new updates and rules Bing seems to be claiming more and more followers with updates that were brought by listening to the complaints of the unsatisfied webmasters …

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