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Domaining for Links

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Whatever topic you need your future links for, you can acquire domains with a lot of authority links directed at it even before you need the link value. Once you need the link value, you already have a batch waiting to be used. Whatever topic you need your future links for, you can acquire domains with a lot of authority links directed at it even before you need the link value. Once you need the link value, you already have a batch waiting to be used. 0 Comments

Pure Spam: What Are Google Penalties & What to Do to Recover

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Manual spam penalties of any type are difficult to recover from – especially if they are severe. These suggestions will give you places you can start to look, and things to do, to help lift 10 possible manual actions applied by Google. Manual spam penalties of any type are difficult to recover from – especially if they are severe. These suggestions will give you places you can start to look, and things to do, to help lift 10 possible manual actions applied by Google. 0 Comments

Google Display Network Exclusion Tactics: Don’t Drink from the Fire Hose

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People seem to think that the Google Display Network is like drinking from a fire hose: turn it on and get a ton of traffic. But if not managed correctly your campaign will drown in unqualified clicks and poor ROI if not managed properly. People seem to think that the Google Display Network is like drinking from a fire hose: turn it on and get a ton of traffic. But if not managed correctly your campaign will drown in unqualified clicks and poor ROI if not managed properly. 0 Comments

Google Parked Domain Classifier Error Blamed for Lost Search Rankings

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Several websites vanished from Google’s index earlier this week. It wasn’t the much rumored over-optimization boogeyman. Rather, it was a bug involving Google’s classifier for parked domains, as Matt Cutts explained and apologized for on Google+. Several websites vanished from Google’s index earlier this week. It wasn’t the much rumored over-optimization boogeyman. Rather, it was a bug involving Google’s classifier for parked domains, as Matt Cutts explained and apologized for on Google+. 0 Comments