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Google Answer Box Strategy: The Dos and Don’ts

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There is significant evolution occurring, on an almost daily basis, when it comes to Google’s search engine results page (SERP). Recently, Google’s SERP has gone through yet another evolution, with the addition of a rich featured snippet known as Google’s Answer Box. Since its initial launch, the Answer Box Snippet has …

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Should Google be more transparent with its updates?

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It might seem hard to recall now, but there was a time when Google would regularly announce updates to its ranking algorithms, confirming what they were and how they would affect websites. During these halcyon days, information about Google ranking updates was generally delivered via Google engineer and head of …

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8 technical issues holding your content back

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Technical SEO has certainly fallen out of fashion somewhat with the rise of content marketing, and rightly so. Content marketing engages and delivers real value to the users, and can put you on the map, putting your brand in front of far more eyeballs than fixing a canonical tag ever …

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Rank Checker Update

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Recently rank checker started hanging on some search queries & the button on the SEO Toolbar which launched rank checker stopped working. Both of these issues should now be fixed if you update your Firefox extensions. If ever the toolbar button doesn’t work one can enable the Menu bar in …

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How to identify and fix indexation bloat issues

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Image by Loren Javier, available via CC BY-ND 2.0 Indexation bloat is when a website has pages within a search engine “index” that should not be indexed, and can cause issues if not monitored and policed properly. It is an extremely common SEO problem and affects all websites, ranging from …

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The State of Schema.org: What are the biggest challenges surrounding Schema markup?

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Using Schema.org markup, a form of structured data which helps search engines to interpret your webpages, is widely agreed to be beneficial from an SEO standpoint. While it may not correlate directly to an increase in ranking, using Schema.org markup allows search engines to pull through rich snippets and rich …

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How to use Search Console for quick SEO wins

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SEO doesn’t have to be complicated. Here’s how a closer look at Google Search Console can lead to quick SEO wins. There’s no need to have a lot of technical knowledge to achieve quick SEO wins. Google’s Search Console, for example, can lead to great insights, provided that you’re eager to …

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4 things to note when optimizing for local SEO in 2017

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SEO for businesses in 2017 will be revolutionary. Within the space of 3 years, it has become significantly easier to find businesses, stores or items nearby, creating a shift in user’s intent and search behavior. Users no longer have to include their location in search queries, such as inputting “coffee shops …

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Mobile-First Indexing: Everything we know, and how it could affect you

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Image by integratedchange.net, available via CC BY 2.0 For the past five to six months the search industry has been buzzing with talk around the biggest change to Google search results for quite some time – the mobile-first index. In the midst of this noise, it is very easy to …

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A visual history of Google SERPs: 1996 to 2017

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Over the past 20 years, Google has revolutionized how we source information, how we buy products, and how advertisers sell those products to us. And yet, one fact remains stubbornly true: the shop-front for brands on Google is still the Search Engine Results Page (SERP). The original lists of static …

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