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  1. 14 Top-Notch Resources to Help You Become a CRO Expert

    At the end of each chapter, you're also given links to 3-5 complementary blog posts on other websites that are sure to help you as well. After you devour each one, come back and let us know which one was your favorite or other resources you found...

  2. How to Detect and Deal With Toxic Content (That Could Poison Your Entire Site)

    Does it have inbound links? It's difficult to get links into deep pages on your site naturally, so you want to think long and hard about deleting content with links. Bounce Rate: Whether a user returns to or "bounces" back to the search results...

  3. Google Webmaster Tools Adds International Targeting Report to Show hreflang Errors

    Google simply explains this by saying "If page A links to page B, page B must link back to page A, otherwise the annotations may not be interpreted correctly. Missing Return Links This creates a problem known as "missing return links".

  4. Influential Twitter Accounts Indexed More in Google [Research]

    The accounts studied with the most followers and most inbound links included: However, those tweets coming from accounts with high followers that were of a more "newsy" nature, had links in them or had links pointing to them were indexed more, said...

  5. SEO Website Audits: Everything You Need to Know Part II

    For example, if you have a site with 1 million links and your auditor is going to use their own crawlers to pull back every link and hand audit what those links mean and how they should be evaluated (what we do), this is far more intensive then if...

  6. Evaluate Your Surrounding Community to Spark Fresh Ideas

    How do those communities engage with photos, links, videos, and humor? During the course of human events - well, at least when engaging your community - it becomes necessary from time to time to step back and take a look at the network of...

  7. More Panda 4.0 Findings: Syndication, User Engagement, Indexation & Keyword Hoarding

    Some content had links back to the original content on third-party websites, while other pieces of content did not. For example, pages that were ranking well in Google prior to Panda 4.0 had thin content, horrible usability, affiliate jumps so fast...