All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Ranking’

Best Law Schools Where Students Enroll

The U.S. News and World Report released a list of the top law schools where students are more likely to enroll in after being accepted. The top three law schools based on this metric are Yale University, Harvard University, and Brigham Young University (BYU). At each of these universities, over 60 percent of students accepted into the law programs enrolled …

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Google News Gets A New Ranking Signal, And It’s A Keywords Meta Tag

Google announced the news_keywords metatag for publishers in Google News to help Google better identify and understand content that is related to things that are in the news. Do you think this is a good direction for Google News? Let us know what you think. Here’s what it looks like: <meta name=”news_keywords” content=”World Cup, Brazil 2014, Spain vs Netherlands, soccer, …

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Google Reveals Some Recent Changes To How It Ranks Results

Google released a giant list of 86 “search quality” changes it made in June and July, beyond the various changes it had already blogged about. We’re breaking down the list by various categories to take a closer look at the kinds of things Google has been up to. So far, we’ve looked at: Quality-related changes Mobile-specific changes Natural language search …

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Remember, Google’s Newest Ranking Signal Is Only 1 Of Over 200

Google announced on Friday that starting this week, it would begin using the number of “valid” copyright removal notices it gets for a site as a ranking signal. This immediately rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. In fact, various groups were quick to speak out about Google’s new policy. The EFF, for example, called the policy “opaque,” and …

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