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Local Search Marketers: Optimize Your Physical Location For The Virtual World

Very helpful information here for local search marketers… Never before have the real world and the virtual world been more intertwined. Columnist Chris Silver Smith discusses how the developments affect local businesses. Google is combining Street View images, neural network analysis, and a reverse Turing Test via reCAPTCHA to analyze the exteriors of storefronts. Welcome to […]

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03 Dec Google, SEO | Comments

Learning SEO From Google Employees

Great Article on SEO and Google, insight into the workings there from the source! This article publicshed by  Chris Marentis on November 24, 2014 at 9:30 am What do local marketers really need to know about SEO? Columnist Chris Marentis discusses some tips that come straight from the horse’s mouth. As should be the case with […]

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Google Acknowledges What A Mess This Is

  The whole “right to be forgotten” thing is an absolute mess, and Google knows it. Google always knew it would be, which is why it always opposed the concept, but now it has no choice but to comply with law. The company is still being vocal in its opposition, while also trying to make […]

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10 Jul Google | Comments

Google Continues Link Network Attack

It would appear that Google’s attack on European link networks is not over (if it ever will be). Google has been penalizing link networks on the Internet with a vengeance over the past year or so, with much of the focus on Europe. The company says it has now penalized two more from Poland. This […]

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03 Jul Google | Comments

Former Googler: Links That Change Are Trusted Less By Google’s Algorithms

A former member of the Google search quality and web spam team, Pedro Dias, said publicly on Twitter yesterday that “Google is less likely to trust a link once it has changed from the first time it was seen.” So if you changed the anchor text or URL path of the link, the value and […]

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