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  1. 14 Ultimate Link-Building Guidelines to Keep Safe in 2014

    Content that is written by a recognized and authoritative author will often create better links and get more engagement than content written anonymously. Where possible, connect the article to the authors G+ account using the rel=author attribute

  2. The Incredible, Vanishing Authorship Program -- Step Right Up, Folks!

    First, author photos were dropped from search results and now this: it seems as though author stats have gone missing from Google Webmaster Tools (GWT). Author stats used to be available in GWT under the “Labs” section – but that’s no longer there.

  3. SEO Strategies for JavaScript-Heavy Single Page Applications or AJAX Sites

    Author's note: Special thanks to Thomas Prommer, vice president of technology at Huge, for helping author this post. Next to AJAX, a web technology well established to trigger the load of certain page content on demand, so-called Single Page...

  4. Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

    Another interesting question focused on requests received when the data subject is the author of the information or published said information him- or herself. In its opening letter, Google notes it moved quickly to comply with the ruling and...

  5. Content Conundrum: The Vanity vs. Performance Dilemma

    Does every piece of content have value; does it serve a reader, author, and business purpose? The author comes back and says, "This help x customer with this, helped convert x amount of business, helped influence x in their decision making process.

  6. SES Atlanta is Just 3 Weeks Away: Learn Top SEO & Paid Search Tactics, Tips & Tools

    On the paid side you shouldn't miss PPC experts Kevin Lee and the author of this post, who will be sure to bring you up to speed on the state of the art of paid media, as well as hearing the latest on retargeting using data you already have and...

  7. Rachel Louise Carson Google Doodle Honors Marine Biologist, 'Silent Spring' Author

    She also was a best-selling author of "Under the Sea Wind", "The Sea Around Us", and "The Edge of the Sea" in the 1950s. Today's Google Doodle honors marine biologist Rachel Louise Carson, who was born on this date 107 years ago.