Mobile Movement, NoFollow Links, Quality Updates, & More!

This Week In SEO 91 Mobile Movement, NoFollow Links, Quality Updates, & More!   Quick note to start. This weekend Supremacy SEO is sponsoring the DCBKK event in Bangkok. If you’re one of the many readers who are attending please stop by at our table during breaks. Travis, Nick and Sean will all be there. […]

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Site Quality, SEO Fallacies, More Site Quality Penalties, and More!

This Week In SEO 90 Site Quality, SEO Fallacies, More Site Quality Penalties, and More!   The Presence of Low Quality Content Affects Overall Site Quality https://www.hobo-web.co.uk/dyk-low-quality-content-on-part-of-a-web-site-can-affect-rankings-for-the-same-website-on-more-important-keyword-rankings/ One bad apple spoils the bunch, right? According to John Mueller on a recent webmaster hangout, that is most likely true for your site’s quality rating: QUESTION – […]

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Google Pays Apple, AMP, Hidden Content, & More

This Week In SEO 89 Google Pays Apple, AMP, Hidden Content, & More   It’s Estimated that Google Pays Apple About Three Billion Dollars to be Default Search https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/14/google-paying-apple-3-billion-to-remain-default-search–bernstein.html When all you have is a hammer 90 billion in cash, everything is a nail for sale. Here’s the gist of things: “Court documents indicate that […]

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Search Console Positions, Long Tail Strategy, and More!

This Week In SEO 88 Search Console Positions, Long Tail Strategy, and More!   Why Your GSC Position Data (Probably) Dropped http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/analyzing-position-in-google-search-console This is a post about using Search Console to analyze your position data–some really heavy stuff. Mostly I stick to page optimizations and link building strategies. I don’t dig too deeply into Search […]

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The Consequences of SEO, E-commerce Tips, and More!

This Week In SEO 87 The Consequences of SEO, E-commerce Tips, and More!   Why Link Spam is on the Rise Again: Because It Works http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/ignoring-link-spam-isnt-working You guys/gals, this is a good post. Before Panda and Penguin, you could throw crappy links and thin content at your site, and it might rank fine. But if […]

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Special Edition: A New Google Algorithm Update

This Week In SEO 86 Special Edition: A New Google Algorithm Update Big SERP Shakeup It’s been a damn interesting week. How’s your organic traffic doing? It looks like there’s been a very significant Google algorithm update that started rolling out around June 23rd. Here’s a couple of questions you may be wondering about, and […]

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Aggressive Ads, Unique Content, Ranking Fluctuation, and More!

This Week In SEO 85 Aggressive Ads, Unique Content, Ranking Fluctuation, and More!   Your Site + Aggressive Ads = ↘Rankings https://www.semrush.com/blog/types-aggressive-advertising-from-sites-negatively-impacted-google-quality/ Interesting post on site that are hitting the (mobile) user with some heavy ads, and suffering in organic rankings for it. From an aggressive advertising standpoint, I have seen disruptive, annoying, and deceptive […]

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Exceptions to SEO Best Practices

Exceptions to SEO Best Practices   During my research this morning, I came across a very interesting niche, with some very interesting top-ranking sites. Though I’m not going to reveal niche OR sites (this isn’t intended to be some kind of hit-job), I wanted to share something that I don’t see talked about very often: […]

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Google Announcement, New Patent, Pinterest Traffic, and More

This Week In SEO 84 Google Announcement, New Patent, Pinterest Traffic, and More   Google’s Recent Announcement About Linkbuilding http://webmasters.googleblog.com/2017/05/a-reminder-about-links-in-large-scale.html Google recently published a blog post recently on the (continued) rise of guest posting specifically for links or, as they neatly summed it up, When link building comes first, the quality of the articles can […]

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Facebook SEO, Content Strategy, WordPress Safety, and More!

This Week In SEO 83 Facebook SEO, Content Strategy, WordPress Safety, and More!   Facebook SEO https://cognitiveseo.com/blog/13884/facebook-seo/ Facebook SEO — a bigger ROI than Bing… Though some of these 10 points are a bit… obvious, this is still a pretty helpful post about something I don’t read much about: Facebook SEO. From exact match vanity […]

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