Neutrality

Internet is a wonderful medium where human kind exhibits its best and its worst. But every now and then a new social phenomenon pops up, this time we spotted an amazing mutual communal agreement by fans of Futurama series.…

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Author Stats Available in Google Webmaster Tools

author stats in gwtMost recent update from Google yet again improved the authorship annotations, this time not just by adding more to the serp, but allowing the authors to look at the statistics about their author profile in Google Webmaster Tools.

As you can see from the announcement on Google Webmaster blog[1] it is very easy to connect your GWT account with your Google+ profile and enable the stats to show up in GWT, which will allow you to see clicks and impressions for your author profile.…

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How to stake ownership in the content you create

There is a fast growing change on the Internet for even better, more valuable content written by real people with a public face. Google is a notable proponent of this push to get content creators to claim their content more publicly and focus even more on producing content of the highest quality.

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Authorship Markup Benefits

Google’s message is clear: “We want real authors to produce real content.”

In a recent post on the Webmaster Blog, Javier Tordable (Google Software Engineer), writes about recorded cases where authorship enhanced search results attract more impressions and clicks [1].…

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Synonym Anomaly in SERPS

This is a transcript from a Google+ discussion on a recent anomaly we spotted in Google search results. Two separate but obviously linked terms (“temporal” and “dreaming”) are bolded when adding the word “plot” afterwards. AJ Kohn (blindfiveyearold.com) and Bill Slawski (seobythesea.com) provide some insightful hints as to why this might be the case.…

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