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Latest Google Search Quality Rating Guidelines Leaked
As you may know, Google has a group of people called quality raters, who evaluate the quality of sets of search results. Here’s a video of Matt ...
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Google Updates Guidance On ‘Sneaky’ Redirects
Google announced that it has updated its guidance for webmasters on “sneaky redirects”. It has updated the relevant section in its quality...
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Google Discusses Unnatural Links (On Your Site) In New Video
Google has put out seven new Webmaster Help videos about various types of webspam. I’m not sure how long ago they were recorded, but they all ju...
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Google Discusses Its New Official Link Rules
Google has some new rules for the kinds of links it allows (or doesn’t allow, rather). The concepts are actually not exactly new, but Google has...
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Google Warns Sites About Browser History Spam
Google took to its Webmaster Central blog on Friday to warn webmasters that if they engage in a particular type of deceptive behavior, it “may&#...
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Google Will Not Hesitate To Take Manual Action On Rich Snippet Abuse
As previously reported, Google has updated its Webmaster Guidelines. Part of the update is some new stuff about rich snippets. Google is highlighting ...
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Google May Soon Update Its Webmaster Guidelines
It looks like Google may soon be changing its Webmaster Guidelines. Patrick Sexton from FeedTheBot claims to have spotted an updated version of the gu...
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Google Penguin Update: Don’t Forget About Duplicate Content
There has been a ton of speculation regarding Google’s Penguin update. Few know exactly what the update specifically does, and how it works with...
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Google Penguin Update And Affiliate Programs
In continuing our looks at Google’s quality guidelines, it’s time to talk about affiliate programs. Google, as you probably know, recently...
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Can Machines Produce Authoritative Search Results?
If the future of journalism is machine-produced content, it may face one major obstacle – search engine visibility. We’ve written about Na...
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Matt Cutts: Excessive Blog Updates To Twitter Not Doorways, But Possibly Annoying
Google’s head of webspam took on an interesting question from a user in a new Webmaster Help video: Some websites use their Twitter account as a...
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Google Penguin Update Recovery: Hidden Text And Links
There’s been a lot of discussion about Google’s Penguin update since it was launched. The update, if you haven’t been following, is ...
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Reconsideration Request Tips From Google [Updated]
If you think you’ve been wrongfully hit by Google’s Penguin update, Google has provided a form that you can fill out, in hopes that Google...
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