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Google Algorithm Change History

Google Algorithm Change History
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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. [] 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) [] 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? The PR10 and PR 9 sites are easy. One way of estimating the total number for the lower PR5 to PR8 sites is checking the above mentioned company rankings [] and estimating how many fall into which pagerank value. DMOZ lists 383.000 categories so they claim. Guessing the number of PR5, 6 and 7 sites is much more difficult. Google claims to have indexed approx 2 billion webpages.

Canonicalization - Centre d'aide pour les webmasters This is probably more information about canonicalization than you need to know, so feel free to skip it. However, we'll provide it in case you like this sort of thing. When Googlebot indexes a site, it tries to determine the topics covered in each page. If Googlebot finds multiple pages on the same site that seem to be about the same thing, it chooses the page that it thinks is the most complete and useful, and marks it as canonical. The canonical page will be crawled most regularly; the duplicates are crawled less frequently in order to save crawling budget on your site. Google chooses the canonical page based on a number of factors (or signals), such as whether the page is served via http or https; the user's declared preferred domain; page quality; presence of the URL in a sitemap; and any "rel=canonical" labeling.

Variables personnalisées Google Analytics 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. Les variables personnalisées Les customs variables de Google Analytics permettent d'affiner l'analyse de vos visiteurs, pour pouvoir ensuite agir efficacement sur votre site : ergonomie, graphismes, contenus, campagnes de liens sponsorisées, ... Ces variables personnalisées vont vous permettre de mieux comprendre comment les internautes naviguent sur votre site. Autrement dit, une personne peut être identifié comme étant plusieurs visiteurs uniques (s'il utilise plusieurs PC ou navigateurs différents). Les emplacements

Seo and PPC competitor analysis using SEMRUSH SEMrush our offering a free 14 day trial, link can be found at the bottom of the article. Your competitors are a valuable source of information and data, you should be keeping an eye on them as chances are they are doing the same to you. One of my favourite tools to spy on competitors SEO and PPC is SEMrush. SEMrush allows you to benchmark yourself against your competitors by analysing their organic and paid search activity. SEMRush has a simple intuitive dashboard and for long remained the same, however they are working on a new design which can be accessed immediately. Once you log in, you are greeted with a dashboard where you can manage your projects. Let’s assume I am in the recruitment industry and is a competitor I want to spy on. Immediately you can see the key metrics at the top. Competitor Traffic Overview One of the metrics I like to look at is the organic and paid traffic levels, displayed as a handy graph. There are obvious peaks and troughs which stand out. Staff

Using the Hidden Google Analytics Feature to Find Pages You Need to Fix If you’re in online marketing, you always have pages to fix. The problem is, you’re not always working on the pages that are most likely to move the needle. Unless what needs fixing is your home page, you’re almost never working on the most important pages – the ones that you need to investigate and fix now. But when you stop and think about it … It’s bad for SEO. If you need help identifying those types of pages, Google Analytics has a fairly hidden gem that can help you out. Let’s dive in. What are the pages I should be working on? You have high traffic pages, and you have high bounce rate pages. Recommended for YouWebcast: 4 Steps to Creating a Marketing Content Plan When you improve those areas by even a little bit, you are more likely to make an impact on both search and conversions. So what is this feature I should be using? It’s called weighted sort, and Google should really do a better job of promoting it. Why do I need it? That’s useless for analysis. I get it. Author: Tim Ash