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Fundamentals of SEO – Webinar

Seo FundamentalsRecently the Printing Industries Association of Australia in conjunction with the Graphic Arts Association of Australia asked for us to hold a webinar for their members on SEO.

The aim of the webinar was to give a general overview of what seo is, what are some of the key elements involved in an effective online solution and greater considerations for further discussion.…

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Link Disavow Placebo

Disavow Links and Relax...

At the moment, nothing is being done with the disavow data and it’s unlikely to happen soon. Similar to the removal request – it’s mainly a way to gather more data but doesn’t have a negative affect. Very big sites find it hard to get rid of all bad links and so the disavow tool provides an easier and more effective way but  it must be combined with re-inclusion requests.

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Content Rejuvenation

Content rejuvenation describes the process of further development of existing content on your website, specifically targeting pages which are already popular in search engines. The idea is to maximise the benefits to your authorship and the website you write for.

 Content Idea

Today I had a look at my author stats in Google Webmaster Tools and found some ordinary pages doing surprising well in search.…

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Google Doesn’t Index Selectively Shared Posts

Excluded Circle

As you can guess from the title, our main discovery (or I should say confirmation) is that Google+ posts you share with limited circles will not be indexed and will not return in Google’s non-personalised search results.

So, if you share a post with two other people, the three of you will be able to see that post in Google’s personalised search (SPYW).…

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High Bounce Rate – What to Do?

SEO Hangout Panel bounce rate issue

Recently the SEO hangout panel on Google+ has been getting a lot of great questions and even better answers, definitely a community to watch out for as you can learn a lot. A recent discussion peaked my interest and I decided to cover it a bit and share a few findings and advice from some great SEO experts here on our blog.…

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Useful Tips Consolidation

 

SEO Cookie Jar

I love the fact that there are more and more quality blogs out there, more new perspectives, people that share their findings and make our lives in the SEO community a lot easier and more fun to work in. But the old guns always have a bit of wisdom to share, it just happened that today 3 of the old guns brought my attention with great posts from which we can take a lot on 3 different fields.…

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Yes, Google May Ignore Some of Your Links

Ignored Links

When Google crawls the web, they try to be smart about how they manage and prioritise their resources. There is variety of clues and signals helping them decide what document to crawl and index and how deep to go on a certain path.…

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Why [Press Release] Submission is a Waste of Time

SEO industry has a knack for turning perfectly legitimate marketing disciplines into… something spammy. This is exactly what happened to the idea of press releases and the way they are distributed and picked up.

Press Release Bot

Googlers are aware of PR submission websites and very likely have ways of algorithmically handling well-known sources (PRWeb, PRWire…etc).  …

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