One of the more popular questions right? While I am sure the Googlers have been trying to figure out how Tweets can be a proxy for links, even though Matt Cutts claims Google is “leery” of social signals, I thought the social media reactions to yesterday’s post about Groupon SEO could illustrate Twitter’s SEO effect nicely. [...]
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November 14th, 2012 · 5 Comments
July 20th, 2012 · 2 Comments
Matt Cutts’ most recent G+ post: and his latest Tweet: Thing is, the whole “Hobbit-Meets-Google-Maps” thing would probably have a better chance of exposing new users to Google Plus v. the links thing.
May 27th, 2010 · 24 Comments
image liberally appropriated from Roger Hollander Thanks to Vanessa Fox as always for eliciting grains of truth from Google. At last week’s Google I/O conference Matt Cutts confirmed that there was an algo change at the beginning of May that will likely be affecting sites that generate a lot of long-tail traffic: ”this is an [...]
May 17th, 2010 · 1 Comment
I had a lot of fun with using embedded Tweets to extract some useful tips from last weeks LocalU conference in Minneapolis. Here’s a sample: Mike Blumenthal @AaronWeich leading search ranking is like BigFoot….very blurry @Mary Bowling There is no trick to SEO. It’s a process. Make your website unblurry. @Aaron Weiche Oh BOY! @marybowling [...]
March 2nd, 2010 · 22 Comments
The most interesting info in the Real Time Search panel at SMX is how each of the engines looks at RTS data algorithmically and how it contributes to ranking in Web search results. Some real-time blogging: From BING: Sean Suchter The major types of data they look at in the real time search stream: Meta [...]