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  1. Bing Strives Toward Mobile Friendliness

    The recent update marks the beginning of our journey toward increased mobile relevance and is now improving a small but steadily growing percentage of our mobile queries," wrote Mir Rosenberg, principal program manager, in a blog post, promising...

  2. Twitter Lets Users Search for Every Public Tweet Ever Sent

    Twitter engineer Yi Zhuang said in a blog post that the improved and enlarged search required a lot of work. Twitter has opened up its whole catalogue of messages to a search engine, meaning that its entire content, around 500 billion documents, is...

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  3. Bing Adds Auction Insights to Web Interface

    Insights from ad auctions will empower you to make smarter decisions and stay competitive in the dynamic marketplace," wrote Rachel Li, a program manager for Bing Ads in a blog post Monday. Bing's Auction Insights, the process that determines which...

  4. Mozilla Celebrates a Decade With New Feature Release

    In a post on the Mozilla Blog, Johnathan Nightingale, vice president of Firefox, reminds users why Firefox was built in the first place.years ago we built Firefox to give you a choice. Ten years after its initial launch, Firefox from Mozilla is...

  5. The Big Burden of Backlinks for Small Businesses

    In fact, Google responded to a question on its webmaster blog in 2006 saying that "in general, linking to web spammers and 'bad neighborhoods' can harm your site's indexing and ranking. This year, Google delivered right on time with Panda 4.1...

  6. Thanksgiving 2014 - What I’m Grateful for in SEO

    I’m not going to spend time on an industry blog ruminating on these personal inspirations for gratitude, though. I think it’s a fair assessment to say that the SEO industry can be pretty negative. By that, I don’t mean negative SEO.

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  7. Matt Cutts Extends Leave From Google Into 2015

    On his blog, Cutts announced that he would be extending his leave into 2015. He took to his blog to share the news with his readers: Matt Cutts stunned digital marketers when he announced that he would be taking a leave of absence in July 2014.

  8. Writing Your Way to the Top of Search and Social Results

    Let’s face it - as brands and marketers we are writing all forms of content ranging from 100-character tweets to 600-2,000+-word blog or news articles. After all, don’t we want to influence the quantity and quality of traffic to a website or blog...

  9. Financial entity definition worries US utilities

    Many commercial manufacturers, producers, shippers, energy firms and others use those exact products to hedge and manage their risks and in an incidental or ancillary role to their commercial activities," noted Pennsylvania-based law firm Reed...

  10. Your Guide to 301 Redirects for SEO

    That’s because the www part of the URL is actually considered a subdomain, much like blog.example.com, login.example.com, etc. Ever since Web addresses started appearing in print, it’s been tempting to lop the "www" off to make the URL easier to...

  11. Penguin 3.0: A Proven Roadmap to Recovery

    This site had more than 6,500 referring domains, many that were low-quality links acquired through private blog networks, article marketing, and directory submissions. Many wondered if recovery from Penguin was even possible; in this case study, we...

  12. Dealing With Onsite Duplicate Content Issues

    SmallSeoTools: To check for plagiarism, copy and paste your blog post in the box and the tool will tell you how original is your content. Duplicity can be both onsite and offsite: Onsite duplicity is when the same content is seen on multiple pages...

  13. The Private Blog Network Purge - Are You at Risk?

    Google recently started to take action against private blog networks (PBNs). Basically, a private blog network is a gray hat/black hat tactic of using a set of sites under your control to implement links to other sites (your "money sites").