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  1. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    Google doesn't use the word "penalty" with these releases and prefers the term algorithm update. Many people mistakenly put their development site up on a server without proper noindex tags or log-in controls and assume that Google can't find the...

  2. Susan Wojcicki Replaces Salar Kamangar as Head of YouTube

    In September 1998, the same month that Google was incorporated, its founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin set up office in Wojcicki's garage in Menlo Park. The leak was confirmed later yesterday in an email from Google CEO Larry Page to Liz Gannes of...

  3. 3 Reasons Why Responsive Web Design is the Best Option For Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Additionally, Google prefers responsive web design because content that lives on one website and one URL is much easier for users to share, interact with, and link to than content that lives on a separate mobile site.

  4. Google's Your Money or Your Life Search Quality Ratings: What Webmasters Need to Know

    Again, while Google has publicly said that how quality raters rate your site won't have a direct impact on your rankings, but these types of things could be incorporated into the algorithm, if it hasn't already been done.

  5. How to Report Organic Search Traffic Gains After Filtering 'Bad' Traffic

    And, the "goals" that had been set up in Google Analytics did little to provide actionable information to really know what's going on, or whether things were "good". There was little standardization to naming conventions of URLs and incorporated a...

  6. How to Create Effective Content to Help SEO & Sales: 3 Top Ideas

    Another well‐known example is from Google. To make it more powerful, they list the suggestions they have incorporated as well and make each person feel their contribution was valuable. We have the added power to attract a large number of potential...

  7. How to Make Video a Successful Part of Your Content Marketing Strategy

    Even if your video attracts a large amount of views, those clicks will end up bringing more value to Google than they will to you and your business. Since Google doesn't crawl through the actual video as part of its ranking process, it's up to you...