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Google+ and the Knowledge Graph – Applied to the Top Brands of 2012

By | October 4, 2012

The Google Knowledge Graph is a relatively new addition to Google’s SERPs that aims to provide searchers with a more dynamic experience when searching the Web. The simplest explanation of this feature is that it is an attempt to provide information instead of websites, as it relates to search queries.

When most SEO professionals learned that Google was including a new information set that will occupy valuable SERP real-estate, some of the first questions that came to mind were:

“Where will the information from the knowledge graph come from?”
“Will this information include links to the sources?”
“How can I get information about my clients included?”

 The information that displays in the Knowledge Graph can be as simple as a one line answer to a query, or as complex as a micro-biography about a person or organization.… Read the rest

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Rich Snippets and – SEO in the Semantic Web 3.0

By | December 22, 2011

Each December, when the year comes to a close, it’s custom to look to the new year and things the future will bring. While there is a great host of things we can look for in the world of SEO, one of the most interesting studies is the topic of rich snippets, and the role of the semantic Web – or Web 3.0.

What are Rich Snippets?

Snippets are additional bits of information from your website that Google, Yahoo!… Read the rest



Google “Freshness” Update – 5 Action Items

By | November 4, 2011

Yesterday, Google’s search quality master Amit Singhal made a post on the Official Google Blog that raised more than a few eyebrows across the search engine universe – especially in the SEO field.

Already being deemed the “Freshness” update, the blog post explained that Google has made some updates and changes to the algorithm to complement the Caffeine web indexing system – one of the major updates in the past 18 months. The original Caffeine update set up to provide “50 percent fresher results.” Yesterday’s update aims to up the ante.… Read the rest

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Lessen the Impact of Google Search Privacy Changes on Your Analytics

By | October 26, 2011

Last week, Google announced on its blog that it was making some changes that will affect the availability of search engine data. Google claims that these changes are being made in an effort to make search more secure.

What is Changing?

Essentially, users who are signed into a Google service on their browser will be redirected to the secure version of Google search ( Searches made from this secure version of Google are encrypted, so the keyword terms that users type in their search are “protected” – sort of.*

How Do I Know If I’m Signed In?Read the rest

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Zanesville, Ohio Wild Animal Outbreak; Real-Time Conversation Monitoring

By | October 19, 2011

Wouldn’t it be great if you could monitor a conversation online: in real time?

With Webbed Marketing’s Spiderfly, real-time social media monitoring is a reality. Keep track of social media posts, press releases and more and sort them by tone of voice, author gender and other important factors!

Below is a dashboard depicting the online conversations around the Zanesville exotic animal escape. This information is updated in real time (hit “refresh” on your browser to update the information).… Read the rest

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