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SearchCap: Bing & Yahoo UI Tests, Lyric Sites Dive In Google & Google News More Trusted

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

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Report: 2014 Was A Bad Year For Lyrics Sites In Google

2014 was a bad year for lyrics web sites in Google, with 2015 looking to be even worse for this niche.

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Google Issues Warnings About Poor Search Rankings For Non-Mobile Sites by @mattsouthern

Google has been making strides to improve mobile search results to make the SERPS a better place for users searching on smartphones and tablets. One of the more recent changes have been displaying a “mobile-friendly” tag next to sites in mobile search results that have been confirmed to display correctly on a mobile screen. To earn a mobile-friendly label your site needs to pass a set of criteria. You can find out if your site meet’s Google’s standards or not by using the mobile-friendly site testing tool. Now, Google isn’t leaving it up to webmasters to test their own sites, […]

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How Significant is the Removal of Google News for Spanish News Sites? by @HalimiNatalie

It seems like the EU is going out of its way to make Google align with what they think is the correct way to do internet search. It started when the EU asked Google to add competitors to their results whenever they promote their own search products. Then the EU continued with the Right to be Forgotten and the most recent demand with what is referred to as ‘the Google tax’, basically asking Google to pay for aggregating news results in their SERP on Google News in Spain. This is based on copyright laws. The first reaction I had when this law was […]

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Advanced SEO for JavaScript Sites: Snapshot Pages – Search Engine Watch

Advanced SEO for JavaScript Sites: Snapshot Pages
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As JavaScript becomes ever more integrated with HTML on the Web, SEOs need to develop an understanding of how to make JavaScript sites search-friendly. We covered some basic approaches to SEO for JavaScript in an earlier post. However, a complex …

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Advanced SEO for JavaScript Sites: Snapshot Pages

We covered some basic approaches to SEO for JavaScript in an earlier post, but a complex subject deserves an in-depth treatment. So let’s take a deeper look.

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Traffic To News Sites Down After Being Forced Out Of Google News in Spain by @mattsouthern

If you’ve ever wondered how important Google News is when it comes to driving traffic, I’d like to draw your attention to what’s going on in Spain right now. Google was recently forced to drop Spanish news websites from its news index after the country passed legislation allowing newspapers to charge if even a snippet of their content were to appear for free within Google News. Gigaom reports that external traffic to those Spanish news websites has since fallen by 10 to 15 percent compared to a week before the legislation was passed. While external traffic dropped, overall traffic was […]

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Google Blocks Thousands Of WordPress Sites Following Malware Attack by @mattsouthern

Security firm Sucuri reports that Google has blacklisted over 11,000 malware-infected WordPress domains, and over 100,000 sites in total have been affected by a new malware campaign from SoakSoak.ru. By using a vulnerability found in the WordPress plugin RevSlider, SoakSoak modifies a file in a site’s WordPress installation and loads Javascript malware. RevSlider is often used in WordPress themes, so many site owners may not even know they’re using the plugin, let alone that they need to update it to prevent a malware attack. Moreover, it’s not a plugin that’s easily updated, as Sucuri’s Daniel Cid points out: “The biggest […]

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Google Is Experimenting With Special Ranking For Mobile-Friendly Sites

Google already penalizes sites that provide a bad experience to mobile searchers. Now the company has confirmed that it’s testing with what seems like a boost for those providing a great experience. Google said today that it is experimenting with giving sites that have earned its…



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In A Big Shift, Google’s Latest Ad Test Drives Users To Google Shopping, Not Advertisers’ Sites

Google is experimenting with a new format for Google Shopping ads, this time on brand searches. The example shown above showcases products from jeweler David Yurman by category — rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings — on a search for the brand. This screen shot was sent to Search…



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