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Is Google’s Cache Your Traffic or Google’s Traffic?

I have real-time analytics on my wall in the office and every now and then I bump into an odd case of search traffic. This time I spotted a very unusual keyword:

cache:http://dejanseo.com.au/anchor-text-proximity-experiment/

keyword

It’s impossible to search Google for the above as a regular query (unless you use quotes) and users are taken to Google’s cache of the page and not your own site.…

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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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RankTrackr Review

RankTrackr

Whether you are working on your website or providing SEO services as a consultant or for an agency, one of the things we need to keep our eyes on are rankings. Rankings are usually a dead giveaway that something is wrong or good.…

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Viral Search by Microsoft

Viral content, a phrase we all want to hear. When is something viral and who can help us push something to the limits to be called viral at all? We did a few test of our own in the past, few of them with success, but to completely make that success happen again we would need to understand crucial parts of the campaign itself, and seeing that there are tons of information to digest like who peaked the crowds interest, where did the accumulation come from, what were the sources that drove the mass sharing, which is beside the quality, in house marketing and other angles that we have to look at.…

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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.…

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