Update to the Google Cache Disclaimer

Google have added a tip to its disclaimer on cached versions of a webpage:

“Tip: To quickly find your search term on this page, press Ctrl+F or ⌘-F (Mac) and use the find bar.”

Searched terms are still highlighted on the page, but could this be a sign that may be removed in the not too distant future?…

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Celebrating 3000 Followers on Google+

Last week I noticed that my follower count was nearly 3000 and started paying attention in hope to catch the 3000th one and make a little fuss over it. Once you are in the thousands of followers, they tend to jump up and down but Dave Byrne was the one that nudged me into 3000 for the first time.…

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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].…

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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.

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