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October 2, 2013

Google Authorship: Step-By-Step Setup & Troubleshooting #smx #23C

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Authorship is a structured markup that can give you a click-through boost and thus more traffic when an author photo shows up in a SERP, but which, in my own experience, can be finicky for implementing. One of the key players in developing the authorship markup at Google is on the panel. Other members of the panel will come from the publisher perspective and the agency side.

Elisabeth Osmeloski (@elisabethos, Director of Audience Development, Third Door Media, Inc.) is moderating and the four speakers are:

John Carcutt, Director of SEO and Social Media, Advance Digital (@johncarcutt)
Janet Driscoll Miller, President and CEO, Search Mojo (@janetdmiller)
Pierre Far, Webmaster Trends Analyst, Google (@pierrefar)
John Shehata, Executive Director of Search, Social Media, ABC News (@JShehata)

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October 1, 2013

Glass Act: Search Marketers Talk Google Glass at SMX East 2013 – Liveblog #smx #14B

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The future is now and Internet you wear on your face into Men’s rooms (…and other places) exists. (Still no hover skateboards as promised by Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future… but Internet head-ware is a step in the right direction.) In this session we’re going to get a “heads on” live demonstration of the Google Glass experience, and then, according to the conference agenda, we’ll discuss “the ramifications of this new way of interacting with the Internet, from how it changes search behavior to SEO implications to all-important privacy concerns.”

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September 19, 2013

#SMX East 2013 Interview Series: Google Glass with Matt McGee

Matt McGee wearing Google Glass.

SMX East 2013 hits New York Oct. 1-3 and search marketers the world over are gearing up. The SMX East agenda is filled with more than 50 highly anticipated sessions covering everything SEOs and SEMs are passionate about, including Google Glass.

Glass Act: Search Marketers Talk Google Glass will feature speakers with “heads-on experience” and include a live demonstration followed by a discussion on this “new way of interacting with the internet.

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September 18, 2013

What Is Google PageRank and How Is It Earned and Transferred?


When a user types in a search query, the search engine’s number one goal is to return results that are high-quality, relevant, and able to best give them what they want. One of the 200+ factors Google takes into consideration to determine which web pages best fit the bill is PageRank.

What is PageRank? PageRankPageRank is a link analysis algorithm used by Google to determine the reliability, trustworthiness, and overall significance of web pages and websites.

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September 17, 2013

SEO Newsletter’s Back-to-School Edition: Your Need-to-Know Monthly Industry Roundup

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Take your seats! It’s time for the Back-to-School edition of The SEO Newsletter. It’s chock-full of information that search marketers and SEOs can use to enrich their sites, including an in-depth look at how to generate engagement objects (for content marketers) and a guide for 101-level SEOs on how to set up Google Webmaster Tools, plus this month’s top internet marketing news.

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August 8, 2013

Manual Penalty Actions Reported in Google Webmaster Tools

Google Webmaster Tools manual actions report

Gone is the mystery of blackbox manual action penalties levied by Google against your site. Today Google announced a new section in Google Webmaster Tools called “Manual Actions.”

If you go to the Search Traffic navigation and click on “Manual Actions” you’ll see a listing of site-wide matches (spam found across a whole domain) and partial matches (spam flagged on “specific pages, sections or links”) of your site.

In Google’s Webmaster Central blog post, the example screenshot shows a manual action listed as “User-generated spam. Pages from this site appear to contain spammy user-generated content.” Along with the versions we have seen, that makes three types of reported webspam:

– Comment spam (user-generated spam)
– Thin content
– Unnatural links

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July 31, 2013

The New Google Maps App: 5 Reasons Local Businesses Should Care

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This month Google released new Android and iOS versions of the Google Maps app. If you are a local business owner interested in first-time and return patronage, this affects you. Here are five reasons why, and five-plus things you can do to get your brand represented above the competition.

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July 1, 2013

Google Places Help: Optimize your Local Business Listing with this Guide

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Are you a local business owner who is eager to get into the SEO game? Good for you! Establishing a local online presence is definitely a great way to grow your business. Google Places for Business is the perfect place to start your SEO campaign — by establishing your business’ identity on Google Places, it can show up in Google searches, Google Maps and Google+ Local. The following guide will help you create your local presence.

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June 12, 2013

SMX Advanced 2013: Maps and Metros – Surviving And Thriving In Local Search

Anatomy of a Google Local SERP

The house is packed with local marketers at SMX Advanced 2013. @Matt McGee opened the Maps and Metros local session by noting that “local is still a mess like it used to be!” Mike Blumenthal (@mblumenthal) of Blumenthals started off this session addressing his title of “Professor Maps.”

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June 11, 2013

SMX Advanced 2013: Authorship: The Deep Dive

Authorship & AuthorRank - What

The first morning of SMX Advanced in the SEO promenade room has been rockin’ with lots depth of data, rich nuggets. The room is packed with people wanting the latest in the world of authorship and AuthorRank. Mitul Gandhi of SEO Clarity is the opening act …

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