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Archive for ‘SEO News & Updates’
Bing WMT just launched a Site Move Tool that will help you tell Bing when your site has move or when you move one or more URLs to a new address.
The tool can be found in your Bing WMT account under Diagnostics and Tools.
Results of a recent survey showed that only 50% of webmasters consider Google Webmaster Tools search query data accurate enough to be actionable. Personally, I am a believer in Google Webmaster Tools and and have been quite active building systems around the search query data.
As reported by Search Engine Land, Panda update, which is a manual update, will soon be integrated into Google’s search algorithm. Their source is Matt Cutts, and this was stated at SMX West conference.
What this means is that Panda which was a manual update will no longer be pushed in sequences when Google sees fit, but will be a part of Google search algorithm and as well one of the rankings factors, and one of the most important ones.
Google rolled out another neat feature yesterday, in fact it is a series of articles and videos intended to help webmasters in hacked site recovery. You can find out more about their announcement here or if you need to dive in and go over all of their resources you should visit Webmaster help for hacked sites page.
For all of SEO tools fans there is a new player in town, another cool toy from the crew of SEOmoz. It’s name is Fresh Explorer and it brings freshness to your SEO data.
This tools brings together a few things that we gathered from several different places.
Google just published an amazing large scale interactive infographic titled How Search Works. It is one of their attempts to bring us closer to their work, unweil some mysteries and reassure us once again of their war on spam.
The infographic is divided into three parts:
Along with Gmail, Twitter and Facebook options for sign-in Google released a new way that is said to be more secure, spam free and seeing that Google is the leader in App space, a soon to be most frequently used form of social sign-in.
Most of the talk yesterday revolved around an old myth and a frequent question in the SEO sphere, how do 301 redirects influence page rank and in what measure.
Some thought and claimed over the years that 301 redirect should be avoided as they will lose you PageRank.