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Google has published some SEO best practices for scrolling websites that gives advice on what you should do to ensure all your content is being crawled, indexed, and ranked correctly, including tips on how to structure URLs and pagination.
Google is continuing to dish out penalties as it wages war on link networks around the world. After repeated warnings in recent weeks, Google revealed it took action against a German agency's link network, as well as its clients.
Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts has announced that a new ranking update, one that targets spammy queries is now live. Separately, Google is warning that if you have a bad mobile website, your search rankings will soon be hurting.
From Google's Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide, to Webmaster Tools, and who to follow at Google, here's a great collection of website optimization tips, guides, resources, and tutorials you can get straight from Google.
Google's Matt Cutts and former ex-Googlers talk spam, rankings, and SEO tips. Google has safer results than Bing, Yandex, and Blekko. GM likes Facebook ads again. Here's a quick recap of search and social marketing news and tips from the past week.
Google will send a message to verified website owners using Webmaster Tools to explain cross-domain URL selections. Google says this will increase transparency and reduce webmaster frustration with their URL selection decision process.
It might be the biggest announcement in the digital world in a very long time -- but both Google and the search marketing community have more work to do to make the most of Google +1.
Here’s a roundup of today’s other search news and headlines from around the web, sorted by category. Search Industry Google VP Says ... read more
With the explosion of mobile users and projected growth showing staggering numbers, it’s a great time for Google to clear the air ... read more