2013

Kind of feel the tag cloud in Google Analytics is a bit pointless now…

by David Whitehouse

I’d only noticed the tag cloud button in Analytics today, I might have seen it before, but I thought I’d click it and have a play around. The results are below for Dave’s site, a bit disappointing really. The way a lot of reports are looking, there is a good chance they will be turning the whole organic keywords report off soon… (also, why does Dave rank for so many porno terms?)

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Google Reveal Backlinks.com Latest Casualty of Private Link Network Cull

by Alex Graves

Search engine giants Google have been working hard to continue their battle against the buying and selling of links that are designed to manipulate organic search engine rankings and following their reveal of action being taken against ‘Anglo Rank' they have repeated their showcasing with another name added to the

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Google – Secret Santa Search Results

by David Naylor

I thought it might interest a few people out there, when we talk about “Serp Fluctuations”. What we are discussing from a SEO point of view is  NON-signed in users and how Google moves websites around almost daily. Take the small video clip below it starts at the beginning of

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Abuse Guest Blogging and Google Will Take Action

by Alex Graves

With link building techniques changing all the time, the notion of being able to share your opinion or story with another website audience has become a great way to be able to have what you have to say about a topic heard by people that may not have previously found

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Google Take Out More Private Link Networks As Battle Continues

by Alex Graves

Over the past few days there have been a number of blackhat websites complaining that their websites have seen reductions in search engine visibility and it seems that their issues are deeper than an algorithmic penalisation after an official word from Google showed that they have been hard at work

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