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Jennifer Slegg

Jennifer Slegg

Search Engine Marketing Consultant

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Articles by Jennifer Slegg

  1. Google Launches Panda 4.0

    It's official. Panda 4.0 has officially hit the Google search results. Google and Matt Cutts have confirmed Panda 4.0 began rolling out yesterday, and it has caused some waves in the search results along with an update targeting spammy queries.

  2. 10 SEO Myths Debunked by Bing's Duane Forrester

    Hot on the heels of Google's Matt Cutts discussing what he feels are the biggest SEO myths, Bing's Duane Forrester has written about what he feels are 10 of the biggest myths in SEO. While some are true SEO myths, a few fall under best practices.

  3. Dorothy Hodgkin Google Doodle Celebrates Biochemist

    A Google Doodle today celebrates the 104th birthday of British scientist Dorothy Hodgkin. The special logo features an X-ray crystallography of 3-D biomolecules, the method used by scientists to determine the 3-D structure of biological molecules.

  4. Google AdWords MCC Scripts Now Available to All Users

    All Google AdWords advertisers now have access to the scripts from within their My Client Center account. Google has released guides and code snippets for the MCC scripts, which can help you manage account changes at scale using JavaScript code.

  5. Matt Cutts: Google Won't Devalue Links Anytime Soon

    With Google stepping up its efforts to penalize link networks and those who buy and sell links, and algorithms like Panda meant to reward sites with high-quality content, how important will backlinks be to Google's search algorithm in the future?

  6. Bing Ads Now Lets You Review 50,000 Keywords

    Bing Ads has made a change to their Keywords Tab to allow advertisers to review up to 50,000 keywords within their user interface. Previously, if you had more than 5,000 keywords, an alert would appear asking you to narrow down the keywords scope.

  7. Why Google Changes Your Titles in Search Results

    How does Google determine what they will use for the title of your page in search results? Is it influenced by schema? Is this influenced by certain headings (H1s or H2s)? Why won't Google just show your title tag? Google's Matt Cutts explains.