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  1. So... You Think SEO Has Changed?

    Sure, there is less data to look at (thanks, Google) and there are changes in how the engines deal with some of the technical issues like canonical tags, rel=alternate syntax, and schema mark up to name a few, but it's really no different than how...

  2. Google's Matt Cutts: Here's How to Deal With Short-Term Duplicate Content Issues

    One thing you can do is use the rel=canonical tag because even if you have multiple copies of a short story, you'll be dividing the PageRank between those multiple stories. If it's all on the same topic, or all the stories are on the exact same...

  3. Hit By Panda and Confused About Low-Quality Content? Run This Google Analytics Report Now

    Then you can gather data en masse, like header response codes, title tags, metadata, file size, canonical data, meta robots directives, etc. And I totally get it. It's frustrating, scary, and an all-around horrible thing to happen to a website and...

  4. Google SERPs Updates: In-Depth Articles & Knowledge Graph Results for Car Shoppers

    You can help our algorithms understand your pages better by following these recommendations: use schema.org article markup, provide authorship markup, rel=next and rel=prev for paginated articles (also watch out for common rel=canonical mistakes...

  5. Top Online Retailers Lag in Mobile Experience [Study]

    Using RWD "preserves a canonical URL, avoiding any complicated redirects, and simplifies the sharing of web addresses. RWD eliminates the need to maintain and monitor several versions of the site, and it consolidates traffic and link value to the...

  6. How to Use PPC Data to Guide SEO Strategy in a '(Not Provided)' World

    Sending PPC traffic to organic canonical pages can only increase the possibilities of linking and social sharing, assuming the organic page converts well. As "(not provided)" creeps its way up to 100 percent, so does the lack of our ability to...

  7. SEO Audit Findings: 4 Hidden Technical Problems That Can Send Dangerous Signals to Search Engines

    All of the product pages suddenly included rel=canonical that pointed to the internal search results. Providing the wrong rel=canonical strategy could send all sorts of bad signals to the engines, and could destroy rankings and organic search traffic.