There are content management systems that will allow you to withhold the session IDs from search engines. While this is a good option it still has the potential of creating problems with inbound links. Each link will still pass value to the URL with the session. It'll be up to the search engine to make a determination if the URL with the session and the URL without are the same. … [Read more...] about Why Session ID’s And Search Engines Don’t Get Along (Hint: It’s a Duplicate Content Thing)
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SearchCap: Your Daily Search News Recap You’ll now find a sign-up box at the end of each of our news and feature stories, making it easy to subscribe. You can also subscribe and learn more about the newsletter from the SearchCap page. … [Read more...] about Welcome To The New Search Engine Land!
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From AdWords updates to algorithm changes, the arrival of Expanded Text Ads to the sunsetting of PageRank score… there was a lot going on with the Big G this year. Let's take a look back at the issues and announcements that scored the most social engagement across the board. (Catch up with all of our Search Engine Land Year In Review stories, while you're at it!) … [Read more...] about Search Engine Land’s most engaging stories of 2016: A whole lotta Google
How "Unbiased" Google Should Appear How might "unbiased" search results at Google look, if we could finally get some decent "search neutrality" laws. I'll simulate this for a search on "cars" not with an illustrated mockup but instead actual links that you can click on, so you can experience the better experience searchers would have, if Google wouldn't favor itself. Here's my interactive demo: … [Read more...] about The Incredible Stupidity Of Investigating Google For Acting Like A Search Engine