Getting hit by Google Panda can be confusing for many webmasters. But one important Google Analytics report can help Panda victims get on the right track, and quickly. The post includes detailed instructions for creating and exporting the report.
If your duplicate content is for legitimate reasons, webmasters really shouldn’t be concerned about duplicate content. However if you’re utilizing duplicate content in a spammy fashion, Google certainly can take action against those sites.
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about duplicate content in his latest video where a user writes in to ask: How does Google handle duplicate content and what negative effects can it have on rankings from an SEO perspective? Matt begins his answer by saying it’s important to realize around 25 -30% of […]
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Just a month ago the ephemeral messaging service Snapchat turned down a massive $ 3 billion cash offer from Facebook—a move that left many people surprised, perplexed, and in some cases, downright angry. To many, the unavoidable question was, how could something that’s free to use, that produced no product, lacked any sort of inventory, and […]
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YouTube has released their most watched content lists of 2013. One of the most popular trends this year has been “prankvertising” – online campaigns in which brands play jokes on supposedly unsuspecting members of the public.
In their first attempt to monetize Google+, Google made an announcement today about the introduction of +Post ads. These new ad units allow users to turn Google+ content into interactive display ads that run on the Google Display Network. The announcement was made by Google’s Social Ads Product Manager, Eran Arkin, who describes the benefits […]
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In a recent Google Webmaster Help video, Matt Cutts addressed the question of “stitching” — taking bits of content from multiple sources and putting them together to create a new article or web page. Cutts said this practice does not add value.
Matt Cutts: Not A Good Practice To Create Articles By Combining Content From Other Sites by @mattsouthernPosted: December 6th, 2013 | Author: admin | Filed under: Search Engine Optimisation Company | Tags: @mattsouthern, Articles, Combining, Content, Create, Cutts, from, good, Matt, Practice, Sites | No Comments »
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about content in his latest video where a user writes in to ask: Can a site still do well in Google if I copy only a small portion of content from different websites and create my own article by combining all, considering I will mention the source […]
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Facebook released an FYI on their Newsroom today indicating their intention helping users find more relevant news to talk about in the News Feed. The article states: The goal of News Feed is to show the right content to the right people at the right time whether it’s from a close friend or a news source […]
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In a recent interview from AdTech in New York City, Chris Butlin from Clickbooth.com announced the launch of RevContent, Clickbooth’s brand new content monetization widget. Formerly known as CBCPC, RevContent is the latest expansion of Clickbooth’s cost per click product, and is designed to enable advertisers to reach new audiences. The new widget also features wider reaching functionality and allows […]
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