Twitter Launches Official Tweet Button

Twitter LogoTwitter announced this week that they have launced their own official “Tweet” button. Websites such as Facebook and Google have already had a button that allows their users to share information for quite some time now, and Twitter has now …

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Google Analytics Update

Google AnalyticsGoogle Analytics: 7 New Features

The web is changing and webmasters have to change with it. That’s why Google Analytics has recently unveiled several features that promise to give webmasters a new generation of tools and information. These will allow …

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New Google Toolbar Feature

Click and Share with New Google Toolbar Feature

Google Incorporated is always developing additions to their online platform in order to enhance the Web experience for its users. With the update of Google Toolbar to version 6.4, Web surfers will …

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Real Time Search

Google and Custom Search results Zero to First Page in 10 Seconds

Dejan SEO, 29 December 2009 It was many years ago that one had to “submit to search engines” and today it is enough to just get a single link or link out and …

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Webmaster Tools Favicon Update

Google Webmasters Tools: Favicon Feature

Google  Webmasters Tools & New Favicon Feature

Dejan SEO, 14 January 2010 As of today, we’re starting to notice little favicon.ico next to both verified and unverified domains in Google Webmasters Tools. This not only looks pretty but also makes it easy …

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Google and Blog Spam

No Follow Attribute: Google Is Against Blog Spam for SEO

No FollowNot long ago, word went out across the Internet indicating that bloggers would receive high-traffic benefits if they started to leave their links on other blog sites. While this statement …

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Managed Services vs IT Support

IT SupportAn article released today by channelprosmb.com revealed that 30% of Small-to-Medium sized businesses plan to adopt some form of managed service offering for their IT in 2010. Research has suggested that today, as little as 10% of SMB devices are …

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Low Quality Backlinks?

SEOmoz Whiteboard Friday – Interview with Google’s Maile Ohye from Scott Willoughby on Vimeo.

Getting solid information on SEO from Google is much like drawing blood from a stone but every now and then they slip up and say a …

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