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Guide: Cleaning Up Search Results on Google

Google search engine | July 27th, 2012 | Comments Off on Guide: Cleaning Up Search Results on Google

Since the latest algorithmic updates the SERP (search engine result pages) are coming up more annoying then ever with same sites getting multiple listings (and I am not referring to site links), more ads appearing on high commercial intend keywords and the Google’s own properties racking up on top of the SERPs that result in […]

Google Searching Tips

Google search engine, Open topic | December 7th, 2008 | 3 Comments

Today’s post is an interview made with Matt Cutts (Senior Engineer at Google Inc) where he shares some of the Google search tips. What you will see in this video might not look something new to you, indeed I have already blogged about it in the past like here, here, here and here. But however, […]

Google SERPs – Title’s Highlighted

Google search engine, SEO Tutorials | March 13th, 2008 | 2 Comments

There are couple new things going on at Google, some smart moves and some interesting changes. I have used Google for the whole day already and everything seemed just as always, until later tonight when I saw a major change on the Search Engine Page Results (SERPs). What I saw after performing a search is […]

Absurd Presumption Of The New Google Algorithm

Google search engine | March 10th, 2008 | 4 Comments

Myth or fact? Presumption or just bull**** ? I still have no clue but someone came out with an idea that Google search engine is changing their algorithm and the new algo would base on visitors number, time spend on site, bounce rate etc. It all makes sense and the rumors are nothing new, but what I find is absurd to determine the rankings based on such data, especially if you are not sharing any data with Google (through their services/products) about your site and its users behavior.

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