Isaac Asimov: Letter to Troy Public Library

Here is an awesome and inspiring letter written by Isaac Asimov as part of the “Letters to the Children of Troy” initiative.

Isaac Asimov

This is one of ninety seven letters written by many famous and influential people of their time.

All …

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schema.org

Google, Bing and Yahoo have come up with a new initiative in order to assist with a common set of schemas for structured data markup. This resource is designed for webmasters to enable them to easier present their information to …

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SEARCH Conference 2011: Day 2

Photos From Day 2 #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php…

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SEARCH Conference 2011

Review of the Second International SEARCH Conference

The South East Asia Research Centre for Communication and Humanities

Location: Taylor’s University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dates: 28 May, 29 May 2011
Author: Dan Petrovic

This year’s SEARCH conference featured an incredible number …

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SERPS

August 9th Update: As reported by @alexasigno, Google has just introduced a new SERP layout for branded terms which looks like this:

Sony Serps

More compact version is available for some Australian domains such as Flight Centre:

Flight Centre SERPS

SERPs (Search engine result …

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Boilerplate Content

Google has done a good job with determining what is and what is not boilerplate using algorithms. What this means is there is generally no need to correctly annotate what content is boilerplate and what is not. Whether the on-page …

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No Follow

Since Google began ranking pages, it has always used links as votes. The more links from trusted sources that are directed at a particular site, the higher that site ranks. The “rel=nofollow” tag was introduced so that webmasters could decide …

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Mobile SEO is Local SEO

The number of mobile internet users is increasing each year with great speed, so it is easy to figure out that the search traffic trends over mobile devices have increased as well. Since more and more people are using smart …

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Can Coding Errors Affect SEO?

There are many common misconceptions surrounding SEO; most involve keywords and backlinks but some even include the actual code of the website itself. Does coding have an impact on SEO?

codeMost say that it doesn’t. This likely stems from the …

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