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Optimizing Your Snippits, What Now?

Optimizing Your Snippits, What Now?

The big news this week in the land of search and honey is the talk of the recent updates to Google and the SERP data searchers are provided.  First searchers will now be presented with longer snippets (the block of text beneath the page link on the SERP) when searching using three or more terms in a query; additionally Google is getting semantic on us and is now displaying even more related terms based on your search.  Some welcome this…

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What The Puck Is Going On With Google Sitelinks?

What The Puck Is Going On With Google Sitelinks?

So over the last couple of months people have been noticing some strange behavior in regards to sitelinks.  In December Search Engine Roundtable made note of sitelinks being cut off possibly due to the use of periods in the text.  Then today, exactly a month after the last sitelinks post, Search Engine Roundtable reported that many sites are seeing their sitelinks disappear and reappear. However, I don’t find any of these things as confusing as the results I discovered last…

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New and Improved Fast Acting Google!

New and Improved Fast Acting Google!

My blog posts are pretty quickly indexed, usually I’ll see posts indexed within a day or so of being posted, but rarely do they tackle any kind of placement early on without any kind of link love.  Tonight Google turned that around by indexing my Twilight Soundtrack Review in just over an hour.  Not only that, but the post was indexed within the top 10 in the Twilight Soundtrack Review SERP holding the #8 position. I’ll be totally honest here,…

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