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Chameleon’s Tail Chase

 Chameleon's Tail Chase

This article discusses the problem of diminishing keyword data and suggests innovative ways of using the available data in the future.

Key items:

  1. The value of long-tail keywords
  2. Encrypted search gaining momentum
  3. Decreasing amount of available keyword data
  4. Google’s tools process keywords to protect user privacy
  5. Working with available data to make actionable plans
The Value of Long-Tail Traffic

Numerous studies performed around long-tail traffic highlight volumeconversion rate and ranking potential as two of the most significant benefits of this keyword segment.…

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PageRank Split Experiment

PageRank Split Experiment

One of the commonly circulated SEO theories is that links from pages with many outgoing links are not worth much. Dejan Labs team put this theory to a test in hope to find out what really happens.

The Experiment Setup

Number of domains involved: 3 (2 test domains referred to as “A” and “B” and a buffer domain used to bridge PageRank)
Test domain characteristics: Very similar domain format with slight variation.…

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Rejuvenating Old Links

Rejuvenating Old Links

I’m pleased to announce that we’ve commenced another search experiment. We’re investigating the impact of link rejuvenation on page’s performance in search. More specifically, we’ll be changing the format of existing links to create new ones.

Background

When Google re-crawls a page and runs into a link which is slightly changed from the last crawl it will treat it as a new link*.…

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Authorship: Messing Up Your Rankings

Your ranking data could be skewed since the introduction of authorship suggestions. In this article we investigate how this could happen.

Major SEO portals have recently covered the “hidden benefit of authorship” where users who return back to results after reading your article are presented with additional three articles written by you.…

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Dispelling the Myth of Authorship Impact on CTR

I want to begin this post with its high-sounding title by bucking the trend regarding what the worldwide SEO community says and regarding what I generally claim. In a certain sense I am going against what I myself believe, but that is precisely the point: “What we believe in and our general convictions cannot be applied to SEO or to data analysis”.…

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The Future of Search: Our Window to Knowledge

Future of Search

The human thirst for knowledge is an unquenchable one. A desire that is limited by the constraints of time, with volumes and volumes of data to consume, and only one lifetime to absorb it all. An index in at the back of a book, the Dewey Decimal System and the mighty Google: all created to satisfy the need to divide the infinite mound of information, to locate the proverbial needle in the haystack.…

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