Google+ Timing

Google+ Timing is a web application which tells Google+ users more about the impact of timing on post popularity among their circles. It breaks up your posts and orders them by popularity (best hours and days of the week to …

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March in Keywords

Keyword visualisation compiled from the most frequently asked SEO questions and issues webmasters faced in March 2012.

March SEO Keywords

 In the period between 1st and 20th of March there were 330 questions asked while only 30 marked as answered.

Prominent keywords and …

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Error URLs Lose PageRank

We knew it already but now Google confirms. Pages which give errors such as 404 or 500 eventually drop out of index and lose PageRank and are unable to accumulate or pass any search engine signals.

crawl errors filter

“If a URL becomes

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Google+ Hangout Updates

One of the most popular features unveiled along with Google+ last year was the company’s innovative “Hangouts” feature which allowed up to ten friends to video chat with each other simultaneously in a conference-like format. It was so popular and …

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Google Logo Depicts Sydney Harbour Bridge


Today, Australians will see a fun new logo on Google’s home page. The new Google Doodle has been designed to celebrate 80th birthday of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

The logo links to the following search query, which invites users to …

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Avoiding Duplicate Content Issues

Duplicate content is not a recent SEO issue, although the Google Panda update in February 2011 certainly upped the potential adverse effects duplicate content can have on a webmaster’s SEO efforts. Prior to the Panda update, the crawlers in Google’s …

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History and Identity in the Blogosphere


Blogs have become a part of our culture in the 21st century, and they are indispensable for people belonging to different walks of life. Blogs can be used for a variety of purposes, like advertising, sharing news, views and opinions, …

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