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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 …


SEO Myth Busted: Bounce to Results is a Negative Signal


In today’s hangout with John Mueller we busted another SEO myth – negative impact of bounce-back to search results.

If people return to search result after visiting your website that is not a reliable negative signal for your website. The …


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 …


Google Knowledge Graph: How did this happen?

Google goes one step further in attempt to become an intelligent search engine by introducing their knowledge graph results. “Search is a lot about discovery—the basic human need to learn and broaden your horizons.”, Google.

Knowledge Graph

Predictions for 2012…

Google Semantic Search: It’s Alive!

We’ve been waiting for more semantic results from Google since the acquisition of Freebase. Well now it’s here!


State of Search reported on interesting types of search results starting to show in Google so we went to investigate further.

Our …


Canonical vs. Hreflang

Google clarifies webmaster questions around potential conflicting nature of rel canonical and hreflang annotation.


Briefly about rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x”

Websites which serve the same content in multiple languages can utilise the rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x” annotations to help Google decide which version to …