Posts Tagged ‘results’

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Google encrypted keyword data – what are the consequences for SEO?

25 November 2013 | Valentin Boulan

In the early days, SEO was a straightforward industry, based on peppering your content with popular keywords, with the aim of significantly boosting rankings. However, recent Google algorithm updates have aimed to put the final […]

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Why all marketers should be doing video optimisation

3 May 2011 | Annie Wakefield

I begin this blog post with the following prediction: Video listings will increase in prominence within Google’s search engine results page (SERP), in the near future (next 18 months). This is likely be in the […]

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Breadcrumbs – in the SERPs? SEO Cordon Bleu?

18 November 2009 | Alex Christie

The latest change in testing at Google is the removal of the classic green URL in the Search Engine Results Page. The new intended display will be almost like the breadcrumb trail on a website. […]

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Vince, I feel a bandwagon coming along

4 August 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Hop on board with Vince There have been lots of views on the Vince update, a lot of them guesswork. And sometimes with a lack of specific information and evidence that’s all you have to […]

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Why you should change from Google to Bing

3 June 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Not that you will, at least, not straight away So Bing is live, or live in Beta but that’s just a smart get out clause we all use. Anyway, ignore the hype and the cynicism, […]

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Wolfram Alpha – first light

20 May 2009 | Alex Christie

I waited till Wolfram Alpha (I will call it W(α) from now, because “Wolfram Alpha” is fairly cumbersome) was live before I started slating it. I had a stockpile of ammunition ready for its deconstruction, […]