Category Archives: Engine News
On January 22nd, Google announced the inclusion of event-related information in their Rich Snippets. The protocol will be based off the hCalendar microformat and will look like this: Now, let’s consider another post that covers Rich Snippets as well as something called “Answer Highlighting” which looks like this: “Consider the example, [empire state height]. The first search result used to … Continue reading
Here are the articles I “starred” in my Google readers lists. January 20th One Giant Leap for Link Data: Announcing Open Site Explorer + Page/Domain Authority Metrics – Awesome tool. Making me consider becoming a Pro Member, honestly. January 19th Keyword Targeting: How to Employ Multiple Keywords for SEO & Conversions – SEOMoz breaks down keyword research January 18th Browse … Continue reading
There seems to be something in the water given to SES panelists that compels them to continue to stress the importance of YouTube being the #2 most popular search engine behind Google. I just saw another article this morning on Aaron Wall’s SEObook.com site. Here’s the quote from Jonathan Mendez, a speaker at SES New York: “…This is clear as … Continue reading
Say goodbye to duplicate content, folks… Basically, all the search engines will let you suggest the preferred URL you’d like them to focus all the SEO juice on: To use Google’s example, all you put in the head tag is something like this: link rel=”canonical” href=”http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish” That’s all there is to it, folks. Here are the links to the new … Continue reading
@onecaseman sent me this video of Google’s Matt Cutts talkin’ ’bout webspam. Check it out!
A co-worker just sent me this link. I read through the article and it’s pretty interesting if you place a lot of value on Page Rank. “The Google PageRank Algorithm” It pretty interesting since he also includes a PageRank Calculator. Check it out folks!
So I was doing a search for a response I posted on this blog to a Search Engine Watch article. When I was logged in to my Google account in Chrome, my article was #1. When I was not logged in and using Firefox, I was #8. Just another example of how using SERP ranking as a success metric is becoming … Continue reading
Google labs has put up some interesting new tools/ideas for enhanced searching functionality… and stuff. Check it out here :http://www.google.com/experimental/index.html