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Do Not Track Header

  1. 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 that's why it's critically important to get on the right track quickly.

  2. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google] is pleased to join a broad industry agreement to respect the ‘do-not-trackheader in a consistent and meaningful way that offers users choice and clearly explained browser controls,” said Google Senior Vice President of Advertising Susan...

  3. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    And some day when the do-not-track header actually means something, will IE continue to send it to every website if I turn it on, even sites where I have explicitly turned off Tracking Protection or used a TPL to allow tracking?

  4. SEOs Strike Out as Google Encrypts Signed-in Search Data

    After all, anyone can build a business on the fact that Google typically passes the search referrer header. Ultimately, by encrypting data, Google is saying that they own all the referrer header information they send to other websites and that we...

  5. Who Audits the Auditor?

    Web Site Structure: Does the Web site have a "search engine friendly" structure (navigation -- text/image-based/Flash; URL structure -- keyword usage/dynamic; header tag usage; textual content per page; sitemap; robots.txt)?

  6. Search Engine Optimization: Back To Basics

    You would be best served to include these words that you are focused on within the first paragraph of text, and in your header/H1 tag. If you're still in the early stages of developing a Web site, consider buying a domain that already has links to...

  7. SEO Quarterly Web Site Review: Villas of Distinction

    The Header/H1 is "Dallas Hotels. While this Web site is already doing relatively well for the head terms of search (keywords that are searched much more often, but may not be as targeted as the "onesy and twosy" search phrases), the title tag on...