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Google Penguin 2.1

The latest iteration in what is now Google’s series of search engine algorithm updates, known as Google Penguin 2.1 was released for application into the market a couple of days ago on October 4. The update, just like its predecessors is aimed at providing a better filtered search result listing on the mega giant of…

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Google HummingBird

It has taken nearly a decade for Google to finally bring about a big change to its search functionality, with the launch of Hummingbird. Gone are the days when a search online incorporated a number of processes, from booting your bulky computer, to dialing up on your squawky modem, which would then require you to…

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Google 15th anniversary

In 1995, the brains behind Google, Sergey Brin and Larry Page met at Stanford University while doing their PH.D. What began as a research project in January 1996 by the two students is now one of the go-to places in search for internet related services and products. At the time, search engines ranked results by…

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Sitemap – An Effective Web Traffic Tool

Sitemap is known as the record of website pages, available for the Internet users. It is a significant element of a website. In fact, it acts as a means of communication between search engines and a website. Sitemap designs a path to correspond with the world’s famous search engines like Yahoo, MSN and Google etc….

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Authorship is not used by Google for ranking

Google Webmaster Tools Analyst, John Mueller has put to rest the belief that Authorship is used for ranking. That’s what he said in a Google Webmaster Central Hangout broadcast on 27th September 2013. He went on to add that just because it looks like the content has been written by a “well-know author” it doesn’t…

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Robots.txt File

It is extraordinary when web indexes much of the time visit your webpage and record your substance, yet frequently there are situations when indexing parts of your online substance is not what you are actually in need of. Case in point, in the event that you have two forms of a page (one for survey…

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Google’s Matt Cutt-No Follow Links has nothing to do with Website’s Negative Ranking

Google is always in quest of bringing the best features for its web users and is always willing to assist them if any of the announced features or in use applications appears to them as a big threat especially in terms of ranking. The same kind of ambiguity was recently erased by Google’s Distinguished Engineer…

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Mozscape Index

Mozscape is a toolset and data repository that was built by Moz. It is made up of a frequently updated index of the World Wide Web, an index which can provide you with link metrics enabling you gain insight into the links to your competitor sites. With its core feature of accurate and fresh link…

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Domain Authority and Domain Trust

A number of people use search engines to search for information on the internet. With the search comes a level of trust on search engines to direct them to websites that will provide them with credible or relevant information about their queries. Search engines in turn want to provide the most accurate and credible information…

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Bing is improving

Bing is a web search engine from Microsoft that was unveiled on May 28, 2009, and whose engine powers Yahoo search. Previously, Bing was known as MSN search, Windows Live Search and Live Search. In the search engine world, Bing is competing with other search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Yandex, Baidu, AOL, and Ask….

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