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Social Media and Google – What to Take Into Consideration

by Lyuben Georgiev
Social media and search engines interact more and more with each other as we can see from the new Google update from the 17th of February. The update is a great new feature which allows you to see which of your friends have shared a certain page when searching...

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Is PageRank Still A Valuable Metric?

by Modi Mac
Google PageRank is a notion which very often gets misunderstood by the online community. Unlike to what some web site owners think, PageRank is not a metric of SEO success. It’s really odd that many non-technical people tend to give so much value to a notion which...

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Where have all the keywords gone?

by Nitin Aggarwal
In our quest for high search ranking results, we sometimes lose sight of the ultimate goal. When a person clicks on your link, he must get what you had promised in the description.

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The Page Rank & Public Relations in SEO

by Warner Carter
To have a good PR is to have good public relations. Your PR is your badge to those who judge your site, sending them the message that you’re in the position to talk about your niche. That’s where public relation comes in. What kills a content-loaded blog is the absence of link building in its SEO promotional strategy. Even if you’re the...

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Could Google Goggles Be Optimized for Small Business Marketing?

by Nan King
Google has made a habit of stealing the internet headlines and Goggles just happens to be one of its properties that is currently hogging the limelight. Originally released for mobile devices running the Android platform, the service was recently launched for the new iPhone 4.0 operating system.

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Gaining Important Information In The SEO World

by Ryan Toms
As an SEO I am constantly looking out for new tips across the web to try and stay ahead of the game and if you’re an SEO and you are not doing this then you should be! Reading other peers thoughts on the industry is never a bad idea, even if you think they are wrong.

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The Dirty Secret of Google’s AdWords Inflation

by Amelia Mango
In order to promote the use of AdWords advertising among small business owners, Google has started to offer $75 and $100 gift vouchers and even tech support to help the less computer savvy among us to set up AdWords accounts. Call the 800 number, rattle off your voucher code, and...

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Google Renewing Efforts to Unmask ‘Cloaked’ Sites

by James Barry
There has been a lot of recent buzz on leading SEO news sites about Google re-focusing its efforts to fortify its anti-cloaking tactics. Google’s Matt Cutts twigged the search engine literati to Google’s renewed anti-cloaking efforts with his recent Tweet that...

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Google Launches “Reading Filter”

by Mick Meaney
Google has added a new feature to search engine results pages (SERPs) that allows surfers to check the "reading level" of websites. The new search filter can be switched on via the Advanced Search and websites are rated as; basic, intermediate, or advanced.

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Could Your Web Page Speed And Hosting Be Holding You Back?

by Kara Taylor
In early 2010, Google started using page load speeds as one of the factors in how they determine a website's ranking, making fast, reliable hosting more important than ever. It used to be that the time it took for your website to load only affected one thing: whether potential customers stayed, or left.

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