Google – The Internet Police; Cross Marketing SEO with Social; Exact Match Press Release Links Still Count
Google – The Internet Police; Cross Marketing SEO with Social; Exact Match Press Release Links Still Count. Plus, Ross and guest host Scott Van Achte discuss a listener question on main problems/pains in running an SEO business or being an SEO consultant.
Facebook Home Sucks! eliminates Google Search on non-Facebook Home Partner Android phones; Both Google and Bing now recommend using HTML5 pushState to allow for SEO friendly crawlable AJAX; How do you explain SEO to a teenager? Better yet, to a business prospect who has no idea what you are talking about?
Bing Showing Authorship! Does anyone really need more proof that authorship is a huge part of the future of rankings? Google has Improved Recording of Users and Method of Verification; How to get Googles index of your website into Excel.
Eric Schmitt Quoted in WSJ About Authorship, and that you can boost your rankings by using Google authorship, and that Google+ has been designed to be an identity verification network. Plus Google is Looking to Stop the Money Stream to Download Sites, Ross and guest Scott Van Achte have the details.
Talking Best Practices for Structured Social Sharing with SEO Consultant and Founder of Yo! Yo! SEO Dana Lookadoo.
She recently spoke at MozCon 2012 and shared 10 best practices for optimizing social sharing for Facebook, Google+, and Twitter by way of theStructured Social Sharing Formula.
Google reveals government censorship requests are on the rise; Bing Does Local Content Deal With Yelp; Google Panda 3.7 Update.
March of the Google Penguin Update and how this highlights the need to have access to your Google Webmaster Tools account and view it regularly; Google Goes after Links in WordPress Themes; Google Drive? Does it matter?
Ross and John discuss the newest Google algorithm update that plans to penalize websites deemed too optimized for SEO. They also run through what some types of over optimization may be flagged.
Reports are out that Google bypassed privacy settings in Internet Explorer and Safari web browsers. Ross and John discuss this plus listener questions about SEO for Drupal and best practices for delivering the best content to the end user without sacrificing Google placement or usability.
Google to Penalize Too Many Ads Above the Fold as they announce a planned update that targets sites with too many ads above the fold.
Also, Ross and John discuss Jerry Yang leaving Yahoo and a shakeup at Blackberry maker as RIM loses the co-founders and their COO takes over.