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Should You Use The Vary HTTP Header On URLs That Redirect Based On User-Agent?

In the mind of Google, what is their position about continuing to recommend the HTTP Vary: User-Agent header for specific mobile websites after big players like Akamai said they don’t cache the URLs that include it?

What Does Google Think About Search Quality When It Relies On Subjective Signals?

In this video, the question is asked, “How can Google be confident with their SERPs, when relying on inherently subjective signals that influence which sites display?” In other words, using human ‘quality raters’ to evaluate entire domains.

Lessons To Take Away From A 100k Pageview Post

If you’re a blogger, I’m sure you’ve tried your best to gain the notoriety of have thousands of blog post views on at least a few of your posts.  Well, unless you’re really lucky, or really good at writing, well known, and use social media, that’s probably not always going to happen.  There are lessons …

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Penguin 4 Is Live: Uses Penguin 2.0 Generation Spam-Fighting

Penguin 4, the fourth and newest release of Google’s Penguin Update is now live.  Penguin 4 actually contains a technology from an older update, Penguin 2.0.  Google stated that this is a new generation of tech that should help better stop spam.  Matt Cutts, who heads the web spam team at Google, had announced the …

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Three Steps To Making Multi-Device Search Successful

The Three Steps For Success In A Multi-Device Search World Do you remember the days of old when your customers could search for content on their computer, and you could focus on just that?  Now, with today’s advancements in technology, we have seen an incredible boom in other sources of devices being used in web …

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Why Does Google Display Multiple Results From The Same Domain?

In this video, by GoogleWebmasterHelp, a question was asked. Why does Google show multiple results from a single domain on a single search result? Meaning, you would really benefit from having three or more search results coming from a single search query in Google? Does it really benefit you?

11 Google Analytics Segments That Can Help Out Your Website

When looking at the data that comes from your website using Google Analytics, you need to be able to differentiate between what is worthwhile data, and useless garbage.  Figuring out what’s good data and bad data, it’s like mining for gold.  According to Josh Braaten, he says, “Advanced prospectors profit because they know where to …

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What Can You Expect In SEO for Google In The Next Few Months?

A round of webmaster videos have been taped, and we’d like to bring to you a video that will tell you about what we can expect from Google in the world of SEO in the coming months.

Site Audits: Dealing With Deliverables, The Follow Up, and Implementing Your Work

In the world of SEO, you could put in hours and hours of work to piece together the best recommendations for your clients, but if those recommendations aren’t presented and communicated correctly, nothing good can come out of all that hard work.  Here, we can show you what it takes to spell the difference between having a …

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Are Guest Bloggers Incurring Penalties?

It seems that after the penguin update in Google took place, people looked for different ways to obtain links.  The link building tactic that many people have utilizing since penguin has been guest bloggers posting.  Guest blogging can be a dangerous tactic to do. Of course, not all guest posting is a bad thing.  Not …

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