Every time I create a “top” list, I start to hear Casey Kasem’s voice somewhere saying “now let’s get back to the countdown.” Creating this list is important because whether you’re an SEO expert or a beginner, these accounts below will help you gain a firm grasp in the voodoo art that is SEO. The [Continue reading]
Posts Tagged ‘google webmaster tools’
December 12, 2012 by pbuckley
Google’s Data Highlighter makes technical SEO less technical as Google tries to give searchers less reason to click through to your site.
April 17, 2012 by mtraphagen
Starting last December Google Webmaster Tools included a “labs” prototype feature that displayed rudimentary analytics for any indexed results on the web that were connected to your Google verified authorship (content tied to you Google+ profile using any of these methods. Being aware of how your author-identity-related content was performing was gaining importance as the [Continue reading]
January 26, 2012 by ekoppel
Google announced, via its Webmaster Central Blog, that it was making an update to the “Top Search Queries” data. Beginning today, Google Webmaster Tools Top Search Query report will take the average of a site’s top URL rankings for a query versus an average of all results for a site’s URLs on a given query. [Continue reading]
October 12, 2011 by mtraphagen
Google has handed a graduation diploma from Google Labs to its Page Speed Online tool, which is now “in the wild” as they say. Find it at https://developers.google.com/pagespeed/. It’s home page couldn’t be more simple: just enter your site’s URL and click “Analyze.” Once inside, Google Page Speed Online offers a number of suggestions for [Continue reading]
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