Bing’s FrÃ©dÃ©ric Dubut posted on Twitter that his company, Microsoft, is looking to hire a new project manager to work on the “secrets of the Bing ranking algorithm.” Specifically they are hiring a PM to work on the 10 blue links that show up in the Bing search results. He calls them Bing’s “crown jewels.” […]
This is a bit heartwarming – to see John Mueller back up Joost de Valk and Yoost when someone incorrectly claimed their was a bug with the Yoast SEO plugin causing major Google issues. John from Google came in and backed up Joost, confirming Joost and telling the plugin creator his plugin is not needed. […]
Aaseesh from Google responded to a complaint about Google not picking up on a web site’s canonical tags. He said that “even if you setup the canonical tags properly, other signals like inconsistent redirects can make Google not select your preferred URL.” Aaseesh said this in a Google Webmaster Help thread and added here’s a […]
Google’s John Mueller asked SEOs on Twitter to describe what they do, to a developer/coder/engineer. It looks like Google is looking to add more information about why developers should hire or consult with SEOs to their developer docs, maybe the do you need an SEO document? John wrote “One of the things front-end developers ask […]
Google’s John Mueller wrote in a Reddit thread that link spam in forum comments work “very badly.” He posted this based on after someone asked if Reddit comments are dofollow. The guy wrote: I recently commented on another thread regarding this, and I just did a double-take and reddit comments indeed appear to not have […]
Bill Hartzer posted about a “new undetectable negative SEO tactic” last week, which was a pretty significant blog post title to use because it is a very strong accusation. First, we’ve covered the topic of redirecting penalties from bad sites to new sites several times, including the canonical method – so the concept of negative […]
A few weeks ago, I conducted a poll asking SEOs how they do their job with or without log files. I discussed how log files can be an awesome way to uncover SEO issues including crawling, indexing, and even some ranking issues. The poll showed that most SEOs, 68%, are doing their SEO services without […]
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