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05 Jan Google, SEO | Comments

Optimize your Website: Ditch the World Wide Wait

In the not so distant past, web designers happily went about their business building websites and, as long as the pages loaded within the golden two seconds, they were as happy as a seven-year-old finding a furby under the tree on Christmas morning. Fast-forward just a few years and, according to Microsoft, that magical number […]

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13 Dec Google, SEO | Comments

The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them

The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them   The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them[/caption]   Search queries – the words and phrases that people type into a search box in order to pull up a list of results – come in different flavors. It […]

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15 Nov Google, SEO | Comments

SEO Shows Google Results Can Be Hijacked

People have been claiming to see scrapers of their content showing up in Google search results over their own original content for ages. One SEO has pretty much proven that if you don’t take precautions, it might not be so hard for someone to hijack your search result by copying your content. Have you ever […]

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In Case You Were Wondering, Quoting Isn’t Duplicate Content

“Google’s Matt Cutts has put out his latest Webmaster Help video. This time he takes on a pretty classic topic – duplicate content. There’s not much here that any industry veterans will find to be of particular interest, but he is answering a user-submitted question, so clearly there are people out there unsure of Google’s […]

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Google EMD Update: What Is Its Real Impact?

A discussion with Stuntdub As you may have noticed, Google has been announcing a lot of algorithm changes lately. This big round of “weather reports” kicked off a couple weeks ago, when Matt Cutts announced the EMD update. He described it as a “minor” weather report, indicating that that it was a “small” change designed to […]

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