The Top Reasons Why Google Isn’t Indexing Your Site by @neilpatel

“Why is my site not indexed?!” This is the most essential SEO feature of all time. Google must index your site in order for your site get any organic traffic from Google. If your site isn’t indexed, you are lost. No one will find your content organically, because it’s not part of Google’s search index. The first step to fixing an indexing issue is diagnosing the indexing issue. This list will help you do just that. I’ve roughly organized this list from most common to least common. You can work through the list from top to bottom, and you’ll find […]

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Momentology’s @DannyNMIGoodwin on Tired Marketing Trends, Leaving Search Engine Watch by @wonderwall7

Danny Goodwin has had an illustrious career in marketing, editing, and search. After leaving Search Engine Watch, where he was associate editor, in August 2014, he joined Linkdex to launch Momentology, which is described as, “[a] leading digital marketing strategy and news resource for senior marketers who believe in a strong customer-centric focus and want to learn how to be visible and persuasive in the moments that really matter.” Below I interview Danny on Momentology’s goals and direction, what marketing trends are over-hyped and what marketers should be paying attention to instead. What are the current goals for the recently-launched Momentology and […]

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SearchCap: Halloween, Google Tax In Spain & AdWords Features

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Following Germany’s Lead Spain Passes Misguided “Google Tax” Anti-Piracy Law Given the saga of Germany’s ill-conceived and poorly…



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SEO Rank Correlations and Google Ranking Factors 2014 (Infographic) – Business 2 Community

SEO Rank Correlations and Google Ranking Factors 2014 (Infographic)
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As Google continues to roll out updates to its algorithm, this interesting infographic from SearchMetrics lays out the SEO rank correlations and 2014 ranking factors. Even if you are not doing the search engine optimization (SEO) work yourself, it is

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ReadFright Celebrates Horrifyingly Techie Halloween Costumes

Silicon Valley Street Style is a regular  feature that looks at the intersection of fashion and technology culture.

Here at ReadWright—make that ReadFright—we live for all things ghoulish and sp00ky. And what could be more terrifying than slapping on a tech-related costume for Halloween? 

Here are some of  the best techie costumes circulating Silicon Valley—some a last minute quick-fix, some that would take weeks of planning. Whatever your tech vice, be it social media apps, Web bugs, or even emulating your tech CEO hero, you can find it all here and maybe even try it for yourself. Happy Halloween! 

New York City’s Silicon Alley celebrated a day early at the Hallowmeme party by Forced Meme Productions.

Meanwhile, on Pinterest …

Don’t be suprised if you get Zucker-punched in this get up!

Steve Jobs costumes only work if you can nail the steely laser-beam eyes. This kid nails it.

Costume or marketing spiel? Why not BOTH? Carting around a big sign for a hook-up app is like the worst of both worlds. But hey—at least you have a shield if people throw garbage at you.

Ironically, this Pinterest costume’s not likely to wind-up on a lot of pinboards. But it will do in a pinch. (And pinch is what you’ll get, if you forget to slap another board up in the rear. You’ve been warned.) 

For a topical tech costume, this Instagram outfit is kind of old-timey … which works if you think about it. 

This super-sized iPhone looks a little worse for wear.

Expect this costume to trend!

Yup. That’s SnapChat alright. 

There’s more than one way to get loaded. 

The ultimate effort to look effortless!

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This Was #Pubcon – Reminiscing On 2014’s Biggest Marketing Convention [VIDEO] by @mattsouthern

It has been three weeks since Pubcon 2014 ended, and not a day has gone by during that time where I haven’t thought about it at least once and smiled thinking about all the memories. The people met, connections made, things learned, panels attended — everything! I miss it all, and I know I’m not the only one. Our whole team has the fondest memories of Pubcon, which is why we have put together this video to give you a glimpse of what you missed. If you were there, then enjoy reminiscing with us. If you weren’t there, then if […]

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Spooky Google Doodles for Halloween 2014

Just as Halloween has seen some evolution over the years, so have the holiday-themed Google Doodles presented each year on the Web.

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Following Germany’s Lead Spain Passes Misguided “Google Tax” Anti-Piracy Law

Given the saga of Germany’s ill-conceived and poorly implemented “ancillary copyright law” one would have thought that another European government wouldn’t immediately duplicate the mistake. But that’s exactly what’s happened in Spain. Spanish…



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Your not-so-typical SEO Twitter rant by Lyndon Antcliff – KnowTechie

Your not-so-typical SEO Twitter rant by Lyndon Antcliff
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I met Lyndon a few years back in London at one of the many SEO conferences that are held annually. Lyndon didn't know me at the time, but he welcomed my questions with open arms. We naturally hit it off. Lyndon has a good pulse on the SEO industry, one …

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An Open-Source Standard Could Spur Drone Development

On October 13, the Linux Foundation launched Dronecode, an open-source project to unite coders working on a software standard for unmanned aerial vehicles.

See also: The Era Of The Drone Has Arrived

Drones have different manufacturers and hardware, but generally the software that’s good for one drone should be good for another. Dronecode will keep software developers from having to reinvent the wheel as they build programs for basic drone behaviors.

“Dronecode will encourage the development of open source consumer and commercial UAV software by building and supporting a community of developers and providing them the resources and tools to help them innovate,” the project’s about page reads. “The ultimate goal is to maximize adoption of the project’s code for the benefit of users with cheaper, better, and more reliable UAV software.”

The project is granted legitimacy by founding members deeply rooting in drone production and open-source development, including 3D Robotics, Baidu, Box, DroneDeploy, Intel, Qualcomm and Walkera. As these partners pool their resources, the project will have the starting code it needs to create basic programs for drone delivery, firefighting, filmmaking, and agriculture, among many of the other implementations drones are increasingly used for.

Now, more than 1,200 developers have joined the project, making about 150 code commits per day, sUAS News reports.

See also: How An Open Source Operating System Jumpstarted Robotics Research

A few years ago, the adoption of a uniform programming language for humanoid robotics did wonders for speeding up robotics development. Open-source software like Dronecode hopes to develop may do the same for unmanned aerial vehicles.

Photo by Don McCullough

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