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  1. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    What tools and processes does [VENDOR NAME] have to mitigate duplicate content when it comes to location pages. What is the average page load time for the location pages? Not all of the questions below might be applicable to your business, but...

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

    Identify and improve low performing pages. On Page Optimization of HTML Pages If you want to be the most relevant resource for a particular keyword, you have to provide the content, and ultimately the supporting business model, that justifies your...

  3. PPC Management Operations: The Ultimate Guide

    But if you're managing PPC on behalf of a company, a monthly check-in is a must, and can go a long way when you learn about something the client or team is working on that you can assist with. When things change on the website (for example, sales...

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

    For example, I've seen a range of issues trigger Panda hits, including duplicate content, thin content, doorway pages, low-quality affiliate content, technical problems that caused thin content, cross-linking of company-owned domains, etc.

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

    Pages used for monetary transactions, on which users might give their credit account or bank account information; for example any page that allows you to buy something. Pages offering medical or health information that could impact your physical...

  6. The Impact of Penguin 2.1: Recovery, Knockout Punches & Fresh Hits

    Based on links downloaded from Google Webmaster Tools, Majestic SEO, and Open Site Explorer, the company tackled its unnatural link situation the best it could. After getting pummeled by Penguin 2.0 on May 22nd, the company gathered its troops...

  7. Become a Leading SEO Mechanic with Both Google & Bing Webmaster Tools

    You can visit the sitelinks tab to demote a certain sitelink (one of the links under your company homepage shown on a search results page like in the screenshot above). Here, you can look at the top pages as well as the top queries for your site.