May 2015

Phone Support Available for Google My Business Users

From duplicate listings to sign-in difficulties and everything in between, many issues can arise while creating or managing a Google My Business (GMB) account online. Most business owners, marketers, SEO managers and the like spend unnecessary time troubleshooting their GMB issues or waiting for slow-moving Google processes that could take weeks. Luckily, there is an easy

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How Can I Reavow Links?

If you have previously disavowed links through Google’s disavow tool, you always have the option to change your disavowed filed. Reavowing a link is as simple as removing the link from your disavow file and then resubmitting the file. Here’s an example: #unnatural links to disavow domain: really-spammy-directory.com domain: spammy-directory.com domain: another-spammy-directory.com Perhaps one of

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How Can I Add Annotations to Google Analytics Graphs?

Sometimes you want to note when significant changes happened to your website, or to Google’s algorithm, in order to analyze how your traffic was affected. A convenient tool in the Analytics toolbox is the ability to add annotations to your graphs. Here’s how: Open one of your Google Analytics properties. Go to the ‘Reporting’ screen.

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Google’s Doorway Page Update Begins Affecting Search Results

Two months ago, while everyone was distracted by the run-up to Mobilegeddon, Google announced that they would be updating their definition of “doorway pages”, and adjusting their algorithm appropriately. They also published updated guidelines for SEO professionals and webmasters to follow. We’ve recently begun to see search results affected in a way that suggests this update

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Will other Search Engines follow Googles Mobile Friendly Ranking Algorithm?

Last month on April 21st, Google rolled out their mobile friendly algorithm. They are the first major search engine to include mobile friendliness in their mobile search ranking factors. Bing has just announced that they will be releasing their own version of the mobile ranking factors. Unlike Google who set a specific date for launch, Bing

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