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Webmasters Think Google Has Eased Up On EMD Sites

Posted on 18th December 2013

Back in 2012, Google launched the EMD (Exact Match Domain) update, which the company described as a small update, affecting 0.6% of English-US queries to a noticeable degree. It was designed to demote low quality exact match domain sites and in my op...

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Beware of amateur SEO Companies

Posted on 10th September 2013

Unfortunately like any thriving business SEO is open to abuse from the amateur have-a-go opportunists to the downright scams or 'boiler room' agencies, here's the top 3 warning signs you should watch out for 1.Minimum Term Contracts Where companies...

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OPP Connect Launches

Posted on 1st September 2013

OPP (Overseas Property Professional) is a leading global business information and media group.  The company provides essential news, information, insight, data and connections for businesses in the international property sector. Since it was esta...

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Creating great content that performs well in Google search results

Posted on 30th June 2013

What does it mean to create great, user focused content? How do you get started, and what are some great questions to ask yourself? This Google Webmaster help video sheds a little light on the subject.

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What is being done to remove no results pages for Google

Posted on 18th April 2013

What is being done to detect and remove results from larger sites when they don't have unique content that is relevant to a query (e.g. results with no reviews, Facebook "business" pages that weren't actually created by the business)?

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Will Google suspect that useful links on our site are paid?

Posted on 30th March 2013

On our travel site, we recommend and link out to hotels and B&B's in our niche. Our readers find it useful. They're not paid links, so we don't add the nofollow attribute. What stops Google from suspecting these are paid links and penalizing us?

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What does Google think of single page websites?

Posted on 18th March 2013

What does Google think of single-page websites? They are becoming more complex and there are some great websites using only a single page (+lots of CSS and JavaScript) bringing the same user experience as a regular website with many subpages.

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