Rap Genius Founders – Rap Genius is Back on Google It takes a few days for things to return to normal, but we’re officially back! First of all, we owe a big thanks to Google for being fair and transparent and allowing us back onto their results pages. We overstepped, and we deserved to get smacked. This post has 2 parts:
Okay so here's the deal: not too long ago, Wikipedia had a page listing known websites with a PageRank of 10, and a large number of sites with PageRank 9. However, for some reason it was decided that the page contradicted Wikipedia's article policy and it was deleted. I decided to put a copy here on my site for anyone who misses the Wikipedia page to view. As Google changes their algorithms regularly, different sites gain and lose PR10 status. List of web sites with high Page Rank
How many sites per pagerank toolbar value? Google Desktop Tools and Google Labs Projects forum at WebmasterWorld Side tracking from Brett's value of websites according to PR. [webmasterworld.com] How about guestimates on actual numbers of sites of which the highest ranking page has a PR of: 10 - Three 9 - About seventy (see this overview of PR9 & PR10 sites) [webmasterworld.com] 8 - about 4.200 7 - about 180.000 6 - about 850.000 5 - about 2.500.000 I am also interested in ways/methods of estimating these numbers - any ideas? and how did you reach that number?.
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2013 Updates Authorship Shake-up — December 19, 2013 As predicted by Matt Cutts at Pubcon Las Vegas, authorship mark-up disappeared from roughly 15% of queries over a period of about a month. The fall bottomed out around December 19th, but the numbers remain volatile and have not recovered to earlier highs. Google's December Authorship Shake-up (Moz) Authorshipocalypse!
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It has been over three months since Google announced the (not provided) update that would protect privacy hide search referral keywords for organic traffic. Since (not provided) results only show up while logged in to Google, the increase to over 60 million Google plus users – and estimates of 400 million by the end of 2012 – indicates that the problem of search referral data is not going away anytime soon. While Google’s own Matt Cutts estimated that “even at full roll-out, this would still be in the single-digit percentages of all Google searches on google.com,” SEOs and web marketers are seeing that percentage grow steadily past initial estimates. While this might hold true when looking at total Google searches, likely it is not true for you or your clients. If you don’t like this kind of uncertainty in a career, then maybe SEO isn’t for you. How to Analyze Google Analytics (not provided) Data - YouMoz
Is This the Birth of a Link Removal Industry I consider quality backlinking to be a factor of volume, diversity, velocity and authority. we create a constant drip feed of contextual backlinks embedded in unique content. My SEO style is natural and organic, I mold your link profile to look natural to Google and use various techniques that I haven’t seen discussed anywhere else
Ecommerce SEO Tips: User-Focused SEO Strategies For Deleted Products The flow of products in and out of Ecommerce websites can be a challenge when trying to retain SEO value, build brand, and satisfy the users intent. The management of this consistent change can sometimes fall by the wayside – causing a loss in value for SEO and an increased frustration for users. This frustration can cause your brand advocates to hit the back button and move on to one of your competitors. There are tactics and strategies to keep both the user happy, and align this fluid change in product set with high-value user-focused SEO to retain search value. Below are 5 options (in no specific order) for handling deleted products on your Ecommerce website. [INFOGRAPHIC] Google Killed The Long Tail For Search | LinchpinSEO: Chicago & Raleigh
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7 ways to maximize your CTR in Search Engine Results Posted byVasilis Vryniotison to Guides, Marketing, SEO It’s a common knowledge that higher rankings lead to increased probabilities of having our pages clicked by the users. Nevertheless the position of the result by itself is not the only factor that affects the Click Through Rate (CTR). Most users take into account several things before selecting the most relevant page of the search engine results.
Many sites make the same HTML content or files available via different URLs. Say you have a clothing site and one of your top items is a green dress. The product page for the dress may be accessible through several different URLs, especially if you use session IDs or other parameters: http://www.example.com/products/women/dresses http://www.example.com/products?category=dresses&color=green&cruel=no http://example.com/shop/index.php?product_id=32&highlight=green+dress&cat_id=1&sessionid=123&affid=431 http://example.com/dresses/cocktail?
Google Analytics est un puissant outil statistique, à condition de bien l'utiliser. Il est notamment possible d'y ajouter des variables personnalisées pour mieux segmenter et analyser le trafic. Mais comment installer ces customs variables, comment en ajouter plus de 5 et comment s'en servir efficacement ? Découvrez le guide des variables personnalisée d'Analytics ! A la base, ce post était dédié uniquement à l'ajout de plus de 5 variables personnalisée dans Google Analytics. Variables personnalisées Google Analytics
This site provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages. Many sites are generated from structured data, which is often stored in databases.
Language: Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites that are available for crawling. In its simplest form, a Sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL (when it was last updated, how often it usually changes, and how important it is, relative to other URLs in the site) so that search engines can more intelligently crawl the site. Web crawlers usually discover pages from links within the site and from other sites.
I’ve previously had a go at creating a website checklist of the things you should pay attention to prior to the launch of a new site, however I haven’t went into great detail on the things which make a difference with regards to search engine optimisation and marketing. So here’s my own personal SEO checklist of things that are likely to increase the effectiveness of your website, and the exposure of your content. Meta Descriptions The Ultimate Search Engine SEO Checklist
Search Engine Ranking Factors # Unique cblocks Linking to the Page # of Unique IPs Linking to the Page # of Root Domains Linking to the Page
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