PageRank Split Experiment

PageRank Split Experiment

One of the commonly circulated SEO theories is that links from pages with many outgoing links are not worth much. Dejan Labs team put this theory to a test in hope to find out what really happens.

The Experiment Setup…
 

Google Ignores Hidden Content – Including Tabs?

Google on Tabbed ContentIn today’s hangout with John Mueller from Google we found that Google tends to ignore content which seems to be off-screen (e.g. -9999px). We asked whether a portion of a website could be accidentally treated as hidden content and not …

 

Rejuvenating Old Links

Rejuvenating Old Links

I’m pleased to announce that we’ve commenced another search experiment. We’re investigating the impact of link rejuvenation on page’s performance in search. More specifically, we’ll be changing the format of existing links to create new ones.

Background

When Google re-crawls …

 

How I Hijacked Rand Fishkin’s Blog

Search Result Hijacking

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.…

 

Impact of Follower to Following Ratio on Google+

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The objective of this experiment was to determine whether there is a connection between the ratio of “circled” and “in circles” and page position in internal Google+ search. Often you will find that very popular pages follow only a handful …

 

Next Panda Update: More Forgiving?

Panda Google

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 …