Long Tail Search The long tail of search can be a mysterious place to explore, often lacking the volume data that we usually rely on to guide us. But the keyword phrases you can uncover there are worth their weight in gold, often driving highly valuable traffic to your site. Rand from moz.com recently published […]
by DiTesco – published originally on iblogzone.com If you are in doubt about the chances of your site getting compromised, the recent release of Google’s webmaster help for hacked sites should be a good indicator on just how widespread this problem is. If you have a website, be advised that it does not matter if […]
by Taylor Hawes / published originally on hostgator.com If you aren’t yet familiar with the benefits that Google’s free analytics tracking program offers, it’s time to get with the program! Google Analytics is a comprehensive web data tracking suite that – once installed – allows you to monitor the number of visitors your site receives, […]
by Duane Forrester – published originally on Bing.com SEO is a complex and ever changing area but there are some key elements that are still as relevant now as they were a few years ago. One of them is building high-quality XML Sitemaps, a comprehensive and accurate representation of your website. That way, you keep […]
by Matt Cutts, Distinguished Engineer – published originally on GoogleWebmasterCentral Following the Interflora issue, Matt wrote an article on GWC about selling links that passes PageRank. Although, this may appear as a random post, many speculate that it is an indirect response to questions that arose regarding the InterFlora blogger outreach program and why they […]
Learn about how you can use the Data Highlighter feature in Webmaster Tools to show Google patterns of structured data on your website without modifying your pages.
Brought to you by the creators of Google analytics configuration tool and Raven IM tools, this Schema creator is totally free to use. Cool! Structured data is a way for search engine machines to make sense of content in your HTML. Google and other search engines created a structured data standard called schema.org. If you’re […]
by Scott – originally published on SEOMoz.org This is an exceptional post published on SEOMoz which covers virtually everything there is to know about Google Webmaster Tools. It has been separated in different sections and one whose read is highly recommend. With the recent Google Webmaster Tools security bug, I thought a deep dive into […]
This video helps you determine which method of verification in Webmaster Tools might be easiest for you. Please see goo.gl/kQnHQ for more information on site verification.