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On a strategic angle this week, members discuss to what degree you can trust proprietary link metrics in SEO tools. Also, members talk about how the SEO game has changed from the 1990s to present. In the tactical realm, members react to changes in Adsense, Facebook Algo, and consider a of if a site should roll back HTTPS if Google drops your traffic after the migration. Does increase in a... [Read More...]
This week has been rich in interesting updates from search and social platforms. Our forum users have actively discussing Google’s raters getting a cut in hours, Twitter teaming up with Bloomberg, Googlebot ignoring robots.txt directives and more! Please click the links below for more details: Google raters get a cut in hours and start to speak out In this thread, an article is referenced about Google Raters, who work through... [Read More...]
This week members asked tough questions about how to evaluate the quality of your links. Google released features to help combat fake news and what this may mean for SEOs Members also discussed to what degree Alphabet, Googles parent company, is a monopoly and how 5 out of the 10 biggest companies are now Internet or computer companies. How do you find links to boost Google rankings? Over on Webmasterworld,... [Read More...]
Ahoy, and welcome to another weekly update from the Developer Shed Network! Our communities have been positively singing with activity lately – and we’re prepared to relay the song to you here, in blog post form. On WebmasterWorld, forum members are discussing the ad-blocking arms race. Some researchers at Princeton and Stanford think they’ve developed a magic bullet ad-blocker, but will it stand the test of time? In a different... [Read More...]
We’ve got a little bit of the serious and a little bit of the silly for this week’s roundup! WebmasterWorld has threads about Google’s April Fool’s Day pranks that we think you’ll enjoy. Then on SEO Chat, the title thread is an interesting discussion about forum signature links and their potential dangers. In addition to that, we’ve got news about Twitter Lite, Search News Central, organic mobile traffic, and what... [Read More...]
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If you thought this was a slow news week, think again! The whirlwind of great threads and discussion coming out of WebmasterWorld this week will change your mind. Probably the biggest news is the U.S. Senate’s decision about net neutrality. You’ve probably heard about that one on cable news – now you can read about it from the experts who make their living on the web every day. Among other... [Read More...]
Hello again! Since I last wrote an update, Spring has arrived! Hopefully a lot of you are enjoying some slightly warmer weather between bouts of wrestling with Google. We’ve got a lot of great news threads from WebmasterWorld and Cre8asiteforums this week, as well as our title thread from SEO Chat! I think it’s pretty common knowledge in the business and SEO worlds that sometimes people get burnt. Sometimes a... [Read More...]
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The name on every webmaster’s lips this week was “Fred.” Or maybe it was on the tips of their fingers, since we’re talking about forum posts. Or both I guess. Well, at any rate, Fred has been making the rounds and our communities have been busy trying to figure out what, exactly, it is. But if you’ve been reading about Fred all week and are tired of that subject, fear... [Read More...]
Sounds like the opening to a pulp detective novel, eh? Well, that’s what living in the SEO world feels like sometimes! Rumors are swirling everywhere about Google’s recent “Fred” update. Since there are so few concrete details, though, we’ve brought a group of more technical, deeper discussions this week. WebmasterWorld has been extremely busy, and we have threads about Google killers, Phantom updates, SEO weather and climate, fake information in... [Read More...]
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Welcome back to another update from our amazing communities! If you took a break from the news this week then, phew, you missed a lot! But don’t worry, we can get you caught up. DMOZ, a household name among SEOs, will be shutting down on March 14. Google has been busy as well – they released some new benchmarks for mobile bounce rates and discovered a new vulnerability in Microsoft... [Read More...]