Search Results For: "authorship" ( 18 articles found )
I want to begin this post with its high-sounding title by bucking the trend regarding what the worldwide SEO community says and regarding what I generally claim. In a certain sense I am going against what I myself believe, but …Read more →
TL;DR: A little-known property of Google Books search highlights co-occurrence as a ranking signal.
The concept of co-occurrence (not to be confused with co-citation) has been on the radar of many search professionals for a while. I accepted the idea …Read more →
[blockquote type="blockquote_line" align="right"]I tried Google+ but it looks like nobody is using it yet, why should I spend extra time on yet another social network?[/blockquote] Understanding Google+
Google has been aggressively attempting to diversify away from search. Over the years …Read more →
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 …Read more →
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 …Read more →
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.…Read more →
Author Rank is a popular concept in the SEO industry and one of the hottest topics in 2012. What I find strange about …Read more →
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Search result hijacking is a surprisingly straightforward process. This post will go over theory, test cases done by Dejan SEO team and offer ways for webmasters to defend against search result theft.…Read more →
We’re seeing signs of thin-repetitive content finding its way back into Google’s index in the last couple of days. Is this a sign of a gentler, more forgiving search quality algorithm?
There are a few search queries which I perform …Read more →