Archive for ‘Research’

How I Accidentally Conducted My First Panda Experiment

Taking a look at an old search experiment with some interesting observations in the light of recent algorithm changes.

Note: I welcome all input, feedback and constructive criticism. However, if you’re of the opinion that SEO experiments are pointless, then please leave now before you get deeply upset by the ‘speculative’ nature of this post.

 

Open Linked Data, DBpedia, Serendipity, and the Future of Web – Interview with Kingsley Idehen

Being a Semantic Web, Open Linked Data, Open Source enthusiast, and at some point the contributor to the AP for the FOAF and other metadata standards, recently I had an opportunity to talk with Kingsley Idehen on his current projects,  views on the use of the Web technologies, Open Linked Data,  WebID, serendipity, and certain aspects of the Internet that influence our everyday lives.

 

Smart Link Building With Referrer Traffic

Referrer traffic monitoring. A great tactic for building good links which won’t harm your website.

New link and old links hitting the target

This one is real nice and easy, and everyone can do it. The chance is, your website likely already earns real natural links (if it doesn’t then you may have to look at what you’re doing wrong with your content anyway).…

 

SEO Experiment With Non-Link References

Does Google use written (non-linked) URLs as a ranking signal? Dejan SEO team investigates with a simple experiment.

Link and URL reference

The Almost Link

The web is full of plain text URL references and to me they are the missing link in the link graph.

 

Nikola Tesla and the magic of science

Science is but a perversion of itself unless it has as its ultimate goal the betterment of humanity – Nikola Tesla

One of the greatest people in the history of science, and the greatest inventor of the post industrial society, Nikola Tesla, is the visionary that many people have never even heard of or about his work.…

 

Do you want to contribute to the Australian Science knowledge community?

(For those drawn here from blog posts and other social media sites, Australian Science is a science and technology magazine and blogging network covering new technologies, web, education, scientific materials, and other related fields.)

We are expanding our blogging and network activities to cover more scientific fields.…

 

Social Signal Consolidation

Is consolidation of social signals possible? Dejan SEO team investigates with a simple test including the rel=”canonical” element.

One of our recent fun graphics got a respectable amount of exposure in social media, however if we load a comment # for that URL the likes, +1′s and Digg counts would reset to zero.…

 

Survey Results: Users Prefer Post-Penguin Google

We asked 2,190 Google users if they noticed any changes in Google results since Penguin. This is what they said.

Yes 22.7% - No 77.3%

Google implements countless changes and tweaks to their search results over a single year and most users don’t notice more subtle changes such as order of websites in search results.…

 

PageRank Modelling Study

This is an academic study of controlled PageRank modelling of a simplified link graph in a collection of three documents.

Key Observations:

  1. Introduction of a new document into the existing collection reduces the PageRank value of existing documents
  2. Differences in PageRank value of chain-linked documents vs.
 

Google Knowledge Graph: How did this happen?

Google goes one step further in attempt to become an intelligent search engine by introducing their knowledge graph results. “Search is a lot about discovery—the basic human need to learn and broaden your horizons.”, Google.

Knowledge Graph

Predictions for 2012

Earlier this year I predicted the three key improvements in Google’s algorithm will be improved spam detection, social graph and knowledge graph.…

 

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