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Google Says Linking To Your Media Mentions Is Fine

There is so much paranoia around linking in the SEO community that some questions seems a bit overboard to me. For example, someone asked if...

Google on Better Search Presentation with Videos

On a Webmaster Help session, someone asked a question related to how videos on web pages might impact site speed and rankings. Google’s John Mueller offered insights into...

3 Strategies to Take Your Personalization Program to the Next Level

You’ve heard it time and time again:Personalization is no longer a luxury.It’s a necessity.But it’s important to understand that when it comes to personalization, your work is never...

SMX West Early Bird rates expire Saturday

Time is running out to save big on SMX® West. Register for an All Access pass by Saturday for $300 off on-site rates. Miss this opportunity and you’ll pay...

SEO Cave

Here is a photo of a cave, I believe somewhere in Vietnam, that is named the "SEO Cave." The photo was taken by Eli Schwartz and...

Bing Reveals the Top Holiday Queries for 2018

Bing Ads has released its list of the top trending searches for the 2018 holiday season.Queries are separated by various categories, which can be helpful for last minute...

Can JavaScript override a nofollow meta tag?

Suppose you find yourself in a situation where you want Google to index certain pages, but you are required to use a template that uses the “nofollow” robots.txt meta tag....

Google Says Links Within iFrames Can Be Interpreted Multiple Ways

Google's John Mueller said that when it comes to links within iFrames, Google can interpret those links in multiple ways. So if you want Google...

Facebook Backtracks on Changing Chatbot Subscription Messaging Policies

Facebook will no longer be changing its subscription messaging policies, which would have affected chatbots.We reported last month that Facebook was making a change to chatbot permissions, and giving pages...

Google testing restaurant booking with both ‘reserve a table’ and ‘tables tomorrow’ buttons

Google is testing the display of two call-to-action buttons in restaurant listings, enabling the searcher to either reserve a table or see tables available tomorrow. The two buttons, which...