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Google “mobilegeddon” starts today — are you prepared?

Biznology

If your site isn’t mobile-native today, April 21, 2015, you might lose a little under 50% of all of your search traffic. Blogger. Separate URLs.

Google is a lying liar that lies

Biznology

So, it’s still possible, even in 2014, to drive a lot of organic traffic to your site by just trend-surfing, news-surfing, and headline-surfing your content directly to what’s going on right now. I’m going to get a lot of blowback for this.

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Is Author Rank Really Relevant?

Hubspot

So the millions (or hundreds) of bloggers that validated authorship will no longer see their lovely photo and Google+ circle count presented in search results. I’m NOT saying the authority or influence of a blogger doesn’t factor into search results. Here ye, here ye.

The Biggest SEO Blunders of All Time

Hubspot

Spoiler alert: The worst that could happen is Google lands a direct hit on your search rankings with a flying roundhouse kick, your PageRank drops to 0, and you eventually get featured in a blog post (like this one) that''s filled with examples of companies that broke the rules and paid the price.

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24 of the Best Google+ Guides, Tips, Rants and Raves of 2012

Webbiquity

” He then outline three strategies he says are designed to improve search rank and traffic. This tip from guest blogger Mark Traphagen (again) is almost too good to share. Will Google+ be a “Facebook killer” or just Google’s next failed social network?

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100+ Blog Directories and RSS Sites for Promoting Your Blog

Webbiquity

Over time, the top source of traffic for most blogs is search. social networking profiles, social bookmarking sites, other bloggers). Not only do they provide valuable links, they can also supply direct traffic and help build your RSS subscriber list. The list excludes sites that were, ahem, inappropriate for most blogs, had non-operational submission forms, appeared inactive, required a fee, or had a Google Pagerank of zero. Blog URL (e.g., Feed URL (e.g.,

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Best of 2009: SEO Tips, Part 1

Webbiquity

The brilliant—and entertaining—David Harry provides an exhaustive list of the primary and secondary factors affecting search engine rank, from link-related factors (link text, relevance, PageRank) and header data through trust-related factors (domain history, outbound links) and “dampening factors&# (poor coding, duplicate content and URL issues). Focusing on longer-tail terms can provide respectable traffic and conversions without huge costs.

4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Add subscription will take any a keyword, feed name, feed URL or web page URL and attempt to parse it to find the feed you want. And finally, if you put in a site URL or feed URL, it will add the correct feed for you. s feed from one of the most popular blogging platforms like Blogger or Livejournal , or you can simply type in a keyword to get a list of feeds. Blogger. PageRank. Traffic. Google Tutor.

Best of 2007: SEO Analysis Tools

WebMarketCentral

It provides a score (sent to you by email) that incorporates elements such as website traffic, SEO, social popularity and other technical factors. This tool is useful for identifying quality URL link possibilities.