Paid inclusion can take many forms. Examples of paid inclusion include programs where the only sites listed are those that have paid; where paid sites are intermingled among non-paid sites; and where companies pay to have their Web sites or URLs reviewed more quickly, or for more frequent spidering of their Web sites or URLs, or for the review or inclusion of deeper levels of their Web sites, than is the case with non-paid sites. … [Read more...] about Google Product Search To Become Google Shopping, Use Pay-To-Play Model
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Google entirely. The traffic drop had to have been painful. A new report from Hitwise shows that at least for the US, newspapers get 25 percent of their traffic from search engines. … [Read more...] about Belgian Papers Back In Google; Begin Using Standards For Blocking
I’m describing what I do — repair Apples. I’m not saying I sell them. I’m not … [Read more...] about Should Google Pay Off Brand Owners With Cut Of Keyword Sales?
There’s no guarantee that any of this will be successful. Google is trying to make the experience as beneficial to the user as possible, so plastering the SERP with links to your site isn’t going to provide this. Also, if you’re looking to dominate using a specific term (‘chocolate fountain rental’, ‘top 25 slouch rock albums of 2015’) it’s just never going to happen, there are just too many variables at play. In fact the only likely way that total domination is a possibility is with your own branded search term (‘nike’, ‘buzzfeed’) however even these search terms will still reveal results that don’t link to your site. … [Read more...] about How to completely dominate Google’s first page
You can bet, a site that covers SEO best practices like ourselves — and is heavily read by people at Google — has nil desire to be selling links or violating Google’s guidelines. When we set-up our e-Solution Spotlight content area some years ago, I did a careful review of what the ad department was proposing, to ensure we weren’t passing along any link credit. To my horror, looking over at the area today, I can see one of the five pages in that area has some links are passing credit, not tagged as nofollow as they should be (and are on the other pages). … [Read more...] about Will Google Penalize Chromebooks, Google Analytics, AdWords & Google+ For Using Advertorials?