All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘PubCon’

Google Is Apparently Reducing Authorship In Results

Matt Cutts spoke at Pubcon in Las Vegas, discussing numerous SEO topics as usual. Bruce Clay has a pretty good basic recap here. You can see 25 minutes of his speech here: There doesn’t appear to be a whole lot of big news to come out of the keynote. He discussed a lot of the things Google has been doing …

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Jim Boykin (Internet Marketing Ninjas) Buys WebmasterWorld Forum

WebmasterWorld and Pubcon founder Brett Tabke has sold WebmsaterWorld to Jim Boykin, who runs Internet Marketing Ninjas. The announcement was made today at PubCon, which Tabke will continue to run. “Internet Marketing Ninjas, led by company founder Jim Boykin, is the ideal match for WebmasterWorld,” said Tabke. “I couldn’t have asked for a better situation than a long-time member acquiring …

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Matt Cutts Finally Announces Link Disavow Tool For Google Webmaster Tools

After months of anticipation, Google’s Matt Cutts, at PubCon in Las Vegas today, finally announced a new tool in Webmaster Tools to disavow links. Cutts made comments at SMX Advanced back in July, indicating that a tool would be on the way, and it is now here. In text on the tool itself, Google says, “If you believe your site’s …

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Google’s Link Disavow: Google Answers Domain Related Questions

Google launched its Link Disavow tool today. If you haven’t read about it yet, you can do so here. There are a few things Google mentions about it at the end of a blog post, I think are worth highlighting, with regards to international domains, subdomains and www vs. non-www. Google ends its announcement with a Q&A section, and the …

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