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The Collateral Damage of Google’s Link Policy

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While big brands and authoritative websites are doing fine, smaller SEOs continue to struggle with the changes Google has made to its link policy over the last two years. While big brands and authoritative websites are doing fine, smaller SEOs continue to struggle with the changes Google has made to its link policy over the last two years. 0 Comments

Linkophobia: Fear of Link-Building

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Though Google has warned people against link-building, it's a helpful practice that many people fail to differentiate from link-scheming. Though Google has warned people against link-building, it's a helpful practice that many people fail to differentiate from link-scheming. 0 Comments

Can You Reavow Links You Have Previously Disavowed?

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If you disavow a link on Google and remove it from Penguin algorithm, it is possible to reavow it. However, it may take a long time and come back with a lower page ranking. If you disavow a link on Google and remove it from Penguin algorithm, it is possible to reavow it. However, it may take a long time and come back with a lower page ranking. 0 Comments

SEO, the SERPs, and Your First Impression

First impressions aren't just for first dates anymore. Taking advantage of free tools, smart thinking, and your visitor's best interests can be key to converting visitors into customers. First impressions aren't just for first dates anymore. Taking advantage of free tools, smart thinking, and your visitor's best interests can be key to converting visitors into customers. 0 Comments

AltaVista Lays Off Staff, Promises Profits, New Direction In Search

AltaVista has tightened its belt in the quest to become profitable by letting25 percent of its staff go today. The company expects the restructuring andother changes will help it become profitable by the end of next January.Simultaneously, the company announced that it would continue to focus more onsearch, aiming for a "third generation" service that wouldintelligently determine what information best satisfies a user, such asautomatically providing shopping results rather than web page matches or servingup different results based on a user's past queries AltaVista has tightened its belt in the quest to become profitable by letting25 percent of its staff go today. The company expects the restructuring andother changes will help it become profitable by the end of next January.Simultaneously, the company announced that it would continue to focus more onsearch, aiming for a "third generation" service that wouldintelligently determine what information best satisfies a user, such asautomatically providing shopping results rather than web page matches or servingup different results based on a user's past queries 0 Comments

Getting Away From Words-On-The-Page Relevancy

HotBot's move to using Direct Hit's popularity results makes it the second major search engine to radically break from the words-on-the-page ranking system that has dominated the industry. HotBot's move to using Direct Hit's popularity results makes it the second major search engine to radically break from the words-on-the-page ranking system that has dominated the industry. 0 Comments