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March 2015 #SEJThinkTank Site Audit Sites Chosen by @dantosz

Our next site audit will be Wednesday, March 4th at 10 am Pacific, 1 pm Eastern.

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Mobile Responsive Sites Boost Search Rankings for SMBs

While most SMBs know that mobile responsive sites boost Google rankings, many don’t know that pain points in mobile search could be costing both clicks and rank.

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Google Testing A Red Slow Label In The Search Results For Slower Sites

Is your site unusually slow? Google is testing a red slow label in the search results that will warn searchers before they click over to your web site.

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Google Now Warns You Before You Visit Sites That Contain Harmful Downloads

Google releases a new security measure to warn users before they visit sites that contain nefarious downloads.

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Google To Warn Users Against Visiting Sites With Unwanted Downloads by @mattsouthern

Google recently announced that it’s going to start warning users before visiting sites that prompt unwanted software downloads. Google Search will now be able to identify sites that have automatic software downloads, and present a warning like the one below before you visit it: In addition, these new SafeBrowsing features will be incorporated into Google’s Chrome browser, which means you’ll be protected against against harmful sites accessed from all over the web. The company has also said it will disable all ads leading to sites with unwanted downloads. Just to be sure your site isn’t leading people to download unwanted […]

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Google Is Mislabeling Sites As Hacked, Here’s How To Fix It by @mattsouthern

Google’s John Mueller acknowledged via Google+ today that a small number of sites are getting mislabeled as “hacked” in search results. Currently, Google is in the process of rolling out a new hacked page classifier, and as a result a number of sites are getting incorrectly marked as hacked sites.Obviously this is a problem because it would deter anyone from wanting to visit your site. How do you know if you’re affected? First, do a quick search for your site and see if a line of blue text appears underneath the title tag reading “This site may be hacked.” If you […]

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Google’s New Hacked Classifier Misclassifies Some Web Sites As Hacked

Many web sites this morning noticed Google labeled their sites as being hacked and dangerous in the search results. The issue was not with their web sites but rather the Google hacked sites classifier.

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Google Provides Tips And Case Studies On How To Fix Hacked Sites by @mattsouthern

Today Google provided some tips, complete with case studies, on how to fix hacked sites. After speaking with two webmasters who resolved some complicated hacked site issues, Google decided to share their stories to help other site owners who may be trying to fix similar problems. Google will also be using these stories, and other feedback sent in from webmasters, to continue to improve its documentation on fixing hacked sites. The following are condensed versions of the two case studies. I encourage you to visit Google’s original post for full details. Case Study #1: Restaurant website Problem: Multiple hack-injected scripts […]

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SearchCap: Google Webmaster Data Delayed, Mobile Friendly Web Sites & Search Pictures

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Which Sites Have The Most Valuable Search Engine Traffic? [INFOGRAPHIC] by @mattsouthern

If you’ve ever used the tool SEMRush before, you’ve likely noticed how it assigns a dollar amount to your organic traffic. This value is based on the amount of money people are bidding to rank for the keywords you’re getting traffic from organically Using SEMRush’s Traffic Cost metric, search agency Siege Media combed through the web to find out which sites were generating the most valuable organic search traffic. The findings have been compiled in the infographic below: Takeaways: It’s interesting to note that the site with the most valuable search traffic, Wikipedia, is one that does not attempt to […]

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