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SEO News Roundup: Picking Google’s Brain – Using Click Data For Rankings

Tom Williams brings you the latest in search engine optimisation news, including Google Brain’s announcement in Canada, why boilerplate content isn’t toxic, and changes to Google’s Possum update. Picking Google’s Brain – Using Click Data For Rankings Last week at the Think Auto Google event, TRADER Corporation’s National Director Mike Kilinksi made a discovery. He tweeted:…

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SEO News Roundup: Search Console Open To Further Testers

Tom Williams brings you the latest in search engine optimisation news, including Google’s Search Console invite to more beta testers, ranking and algorithm update chatter, and a look at which ‘How To’ searches are the most prominent. Search Console Open To Further Testers There have been numerous tweets and mentions spread across the internet regarding Google’s…

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SEO News Roundup: SEO Advice For Item Page Updates And Repeat Events

Tom Williams brings you the latest in search engine optimisation news, including SEO advice for item page updates and repeat events; new expandable sitelinks; and why you should stop watching Google’s algorithms. SEO Advice For Item Page Updates And Repeat Events Picture this – you host an annual business event but need to release next…

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SEO News Roundup: Warning Webmasters – Your Forms Are Not Secure

Tom Williams brings you the latest in search engine optimisation news, including Google’s warning to webmasters, more data confirmed for Search Console and an update on mobile traffic increases. Warning Webmasters! Your Forms Are Not Secure As of October 2017, webmasters will receive a notification from Chrome if their web pages have forms, login fields and…

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SEO News Roundup: Latest Google Test Sees Q&As in Local Results

Tom Williams brings you the latest search engine optimisation news, including Google’s latest Q&A test, removing your staging server from Google and Rand Fishkin’s thoughts about blog post length and publishing frequency. Latest Google Test Sees Q&As in Local Results Last month, Google appeared to be testing Q&A sections in its local results. Now, this has gone…

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SEO News Roundup: Aligning Technical and Non-technical SEO

Tom Williams brings you the latest search engine optimisation news, including how to align technical and non-technical SEO with 5 top tips, the secrets behind modern-day SEO and paid links, plus quick wins for getting ‘cream of the crop’ organic traffic. Align Technical and Non-technical SEO with 5 Top Tips Technical and content. Both types of SEO…

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SEO News Roundup: New Update To Quality Rater Guidelines Revealed

Tom Williams brings you the latest search engine optimisation news, including updates to Google’s Quality Rater Guidelines, the new ‘save’ and bookmarking feature, plus how to write with markdown for better content and HTML.  New Update To Quality Rater Guidelines Revealed Following updates made in March and May of this year, Google has released yet another…

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SEO News Roundup: Farewell to Google Instant Search

Tom Williams brings you the latest search engine optimisation news, including the departure of Google Instant after seven years, the new carousel format for Google’s Sitelinks interface and the newest Google mobile test. Farewell To Google Instant: Attempt To Combat Mobile Screen Constraints Seven years ago, Google launched its ‘Instant’ search tool to show results to…

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