• Home
  • /Articles posted by ' Dan Petrovic '
  • /Page 11

Archives

Google Link Disavow Tool: The Complete Guide

Google has finally released their link disavow tool enabling webmasters to report inorganic inbound links for their domains. This document contains a step-by-step guide with screenshots and a list of best practices including potential problems associated with the use of …

 

Fresh Link Finder

Fresh Link Finder

Dejan Research Labs have created a new type of link research and analysis tool enabling fresh link discovery and record keeping. Fresh Link Finder is designed to assist whitehat SEOs and webmasters in keeping track of newly generated links to …

 

What’s an average CTR for the 1st position in Google?

We analysed 7825 keywords across 172 domains and the average click-through rate (CTR) for the first position in Google was 36.15%.

Average CTR 1st Result

Analysis Explanation

Using a CTR analysis tool which works directly with Google Webmaster Tool data export we observed thousands …

 

Beware: Online Reputation Management Spam

BEWARE: Online Reputation Management Spam

You could be running a 100% whitehat site and still receive a notification of unnatural links, thanks to ORM spam.

What’s ORM?

Show the good stuff, hide the bad stuff – that’s the basic principle of online reputation management (ORM). …

 

How Bounce Rate May Affect PageRank

By factoring in bounce rate data in calculation of PageRank values, Fabien Mathieu and Mohamed Bouklit create a new and enhanced ranking algorithm.

Back PageRank

 

Small-Scale CTR Impact on Search Results

We tested the influence of small-scale click-through-rate on position of two pages on two new domains in Google. Two freshly registered domains (A & B) were used.

What did our test involve?
1. Search Google for “keyword”
2. Click on …

 

Guest Blogging? Exercise Caution!

Have you ever done any guest blogging? Here’s a few tips on how to stay safe and avoid breaching search engine guidelines.

Choose Wisely

Google has 25,270,000,000 pages in their index. Imagine a tiny little fraction of their index to …