6 Reasons for Bidding on your Brands Keywords

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During my career in Search Engine Marketing, one question that keeps popping up every now and again from clients is “should/why are we bidding on our branded keywords, we are at the top anyway”. Yes, I don’t disagree with the

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Google Plus SEO, What Does it Equal?

Google+Google Plus has now been live just over a month. It has amassed over 20 million users since its time of release, even though technically it is still in its beta version and hasn’t even been properly released yet, which …

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Limit of 301 Redirects

In a video session Matt Cutts explains an issue of 301 redirection (permanent redirects) and talks about limits of use and how many redirects can be chained together.…

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SEO Test: Site Command

According to our casual observations site: command in Google tends to sort URLs by their length among other criteria (candicates: indexing/caching date, content, uniqueness…etc). To test how this work with pure URLs and minimal content we conducted a test with …

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New and Easier Approach to Authorship Markup

Google just made our lives a whole lot easier when it comes to displaying authorship in the search results. For non techy people it was not that easy to implement rel=author so they could see the benefits of having their …

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Google Archive News

In their information preservation initiative, Google introduces many pages of books and news materials available for search by public. Although OCR technology has been around for decades we still don’t seem to be able to get it right. …

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PageRank Update: August 2011

Google Pagerank UpdateDejan SEO team reports another surprise  PageRank update at Google. At this stage it’s not clear whether the update is localised to a limited number of results or rolled out globally. Last reported update took place in July after the …

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Search Algorithm Release Process at Google

During the panel discussion at the Churchill Club Danny Sullivan asked Matt Cutts, Ben Gomes, and Amit Singhal about the recent algorithm changes including the famous Panda. Although the answers were not particularly informative they did give insight into Google’s …

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