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  1. Do Weak Links Reveal Powerful Opportunities?

    The first domain we have highlighted, Dartagnan.com, has strength in specific topics – "home," "recreation," and "shopping. Links pointing to each domain are algorithmically assigned to a primary topic – arts, business, computers, health, home, and...

  2. SEO Is No One-Trick Pony

    And, in some cases, that "one thing" was the fact that their title tags were absolutely horrible (yes, there are still some with the title tag of "home" on their home/index page of their sites). There are currently more than 1 million results for...

  3. How Top Restaurants Serve Up and Stack Up in Mobile SEO

    Click depth warnings, signaling a site buried pages more than three clicks away from the home page Large page size warnings, indicating source code more than 250K The report reiterated that "while missing Meta descriptions and click depth warnings...

  4. What’s the Deal With Links From M.Biz? Should You Disavow?

    However, the reason that there are keywords there is because m.biz is simply taking the title of the page to which they are linking and using it as anchor text: What if I have a page on my site that has a title of "SEO services" and then hundreds...

  5. Social Customer Service Secrets to Avoid Negative Search Results

    They send customers who have booked a trip a link to 27 Things to Do Before Leaving Home. So now, Fabletics has a slightly tarnished page one branded search result. Go beyond the @ mentions and page tags when responding to customer service queries.

  6. How Google Pigeon Impacted Local Queries, and What You Can Do

    Those who are following the algorithm agree: the Pigeon update has not quite settled into its new home. Utilizing traditional on-page SEO tactics English queries. Local businesses have been scrambling to adjust, as some deal with the fact that they...

  7. Google Informs Webmasters of Faulty Redirects for Mobile Users

    This is what happens, for example, when a desktop site redirects smartphone users to the mobile site’s home page, no matter what URL within the site they are trying to access. Google sent an email telling a site to stop redirecting its mobile users...