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Scientists Use AuthorRank-Like Logic to Assess Article Quality on Wikipedia

The results suggest that it is useful to take into account the contributor authoritativeness when assessing the information quality of Wikipedia content.

Xiangju Qin and Pádraig Cunningham from UCD have just published an interesting paper which discusses the challenges in quality assessment of Wikipedia articles.…

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Webmaster Tools Changes Bring Schema Into Focus

Rich SnippetsThe Changes

WMT Menu

Changes to webmaster tools now bring Schema markup features heavily into focus. The menu structure (shown on the right) now contains a new category “Search Appearance” immediately below messages, putting it above other tools in WMT.

The Search Appearance category contains the Structured Data, Data Highlighter, HTML improvements, and Sitelinks management tools.…

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Is There Such a Thing as a Safe Link?

Good LinksIn the months behind us more and more blogs closed their doors to guest posting. More and more clients ask about safety of links, will they get penalised? All of that is understandable; however, in light of these questions and happenings I’ve seen certain SEO’s promote safe links on their website.…

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A (not so) subtle ad for ads on Google+

In January this year we spotted signs of first (though internal) advertising material on Google+. Today we saw a rather prominent call to action in Google’s new “Dashboard” feature on Google+.

Dashboard Adwords CTA

The dashboard itself doesn’t really offer that much and it seems to replace the “Home” option for individual users.…

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Cheating Penguin is Easy

TL;DR: Google’s latest Penguin update doesn’t seem to detect unnatural link surges or anchor text abuse from expired domain link networks.

After Venice-like update in Australia, we had a rather uneventful week. Google started warming things up again on May 21 hitting orange alert on Algoroo on the 22nd of May.…

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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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SEO Q&A: Bloggers Edition

Answering SEO questions with focus on bloggers and blogging:

- Technical optimisation
- Content
- Authorship
- Guest posts
- Safe link practices
- Latest algorithms
- Blogging platforms

You’ll be able to watch the event live on this page:

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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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Mixed Up Image and Web Queries in Google Webmaster 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.…

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There is no such thing as Author Rank. Yet.

Author Rank? Hold your horses.

Disambiguation: This article is about Author Rank. For our Authorship related articles click here.

Author Rank is a popular concept in the SEO industry and one of the hottest topics in 2012. What I find strange about the whole thing is that nobody has any shred of proof that Author Rank plays any role in Google’s search algorithm today.…

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