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5 Less Common Link Building Mistakes You Might Be Making

Even the most advanced link builders can sometimes make simple mistakes. Are you one of them?

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Sellers Choice Storefronts: Readers Less Satisfied with SEO – EcommerceBytes (blog)


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Sellers Choice Storefronts: Readers Less Satisfied with SEO
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1. Create your own website. I use Weebly but NOT the Shopping Cart option. I do not need all that functionality and monthly cost to sell my unique one of a kind items. 2. Explore cart options and remember for "one of a kind" unique handmade items and

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Google Showing Far Less Video Snippets in Search Results

If you use rich snippets to markup your videos, you may want to double check that Google is still showing them. Reports indicate a huge reduction – with estimates as high as 44 percent – in the number of video snippets from Google’s search results.

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Moz Link Building Study: SEOs Spending Less On Link Building?

Moz has published their second annual link building results for 2014, surveying over 300 SEOs on questions around link building. The big question is how are SEOs and agencies changing their link building efforts and spend over this and next year. You’d think with all the penalties, both…



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Yahoo Retires Less Popular Products to Make Room for New Innovation

Yahoo is shutting down a range of its not-so-popular products, in order to focus on its more popular ones. Included in the cull is people search, Xobni, toolbar on Chrome, and Shine.

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SearchCap: Google Webmaster Tools Removal Notices, Panda Slaps Yahoo & Changed Links Less Trusted

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Panda Strikes Again: Yahoo Voices & The Yahoo Contributor Network Closing Down Yahoo has announced another round of product cuts and changes, all part of…



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Former Googler: Links That Change Are Trusted Less By Google’s Algorithms

A former member of the Google search quality and web spam team, Pedro Dias, said publicly on Twitter yesterday that “Google is less likely to trust a link once it has changed from the first time it was seen.” So if you changed the anchor text or URL path of the link, the value and…



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Gender Bias in Marketing: Women Seen as Less Valuable Than Men [Research]

WordStream released findings of a research study that examined the gender gap that may exist in a business environment where Web marketing clients are serviced by both female and male representatives, and their respective client satisfaction scores.

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Google’s Matt Cutts: Over Time Backlinks Will Become Less Important

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, said in a video that backlinks, over time, will become a little less important. Matt did say that backlinks in the Google ranking algorithm still have many years left in them. Matt explained that Google is focusing a lot now on working on ways to…



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Help! I Raised My AdWords Bids and Got LESS Traffic!

If you’re a reader of this blog, you’re probably familiar with the basics of the Google AdWords auction. You […]

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