Archive for ‘Web & Technology’

Link Cleanup Tips

Luke Chapman started an interesting thread on the SEO Hangout Panel today asking community members for link cleanup tips.

SEO Hangout Panel - link cleanup tips

In short, his manual removal attempts were futile, I guess we can all relate to that. He then turned to the disavow tool, but obviously didn’t go deep enough.…

 

Guerilla SEO: Turn Your Blog into a PDF

Two weeks ago Dan wrote an article titled Guerilla SEO: BitTorrent, it explains how someone would go about creating and uploading their BitTorrent file and for what purpose to some extent. Well, I’ve decided to push you a bit in that direction by showing you how you can automate the process of PDF creation from your own blog.…

 

Yandex Webmaster Tools: Another Link Data Source

Webmasters and SEOs often rely on link data from well-known third party tools such as Majestic SEO or SEOMoz but forget to dip into search engines’ own data. Google and Bing Webmaster Tools show a representative chunk of your link data.…

 

Low-Confidence Knowledge Graph Results

I haven’t seen this feature before, but it looks like Google now displays “low confidence” or borderline cases in the knowledge graph results.

I tested this on a person search (“Mike Hudson“). What comes up is “See results about” with a generic image and no actual face:

Mike Hudson Knowledge Graph

When you roll over with a mouse, it changes the style and encourages a click.…

 

Guerrilla SEO: BitTorrent

Guerilla SEO Cat

TL;DR

  1. Download BitTorrent
  2. Something, Something.
  3. Profits!

Part I: Download BitTorrent

Marketing professionals and SEOs, tend to hop on their rails and churn tasks on autopilot. Although this saves time and energy, it also makes you grey. You want to be purple.…

 

Conversations With Google

conversations with google

Google is undoubtedly the world’s most sophisticated search engine today, yet it’s nowhere near the true information companion we seek. This article explores the future of human-computer interaction and proposes how search engines will learn and interact with their users in the future.…

 

Baraza

While looking for unusual Google URLs I found a curious little Google project which has, until now, failed to grab my attention. Essentially Baraza is a knowledge market packed in a Q&A community, driven by a point system.

“Baraza is a free service that enable users to get their questions answered by the community.

 

Experiment With Tabbed Content

 

Switch Off Impressions in Google Webmaster Tools

How do you switch off impression data in Google Webmaster Tools traffic graph? You can’t. And it’s annoying.

When I go to GWT I like to check my traffic data by going to “Search Queries” section. What I typically see is a flat clicks graph as impressions data always outperforms the clicks.…

 

Google Introduces Data Highlighter to Webmaster Tools

The last few major updates revolved around structured data or equally important parts that make Google understand our pages better and in return provide better and more detailed results. One such update is the addition of Data Highlighter to Webmaster Tools as announced on the Google’s official blog post.…

 

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