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Best SEO Practices After Google Panda Update

The SEO model has changed with Panda

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Google Panda Update

The SEO model has changed with Panda in that, rather than getting as many URLs as you can indexed, you now want only your highest-quality, most important URLs indexed. Great post by Search Engine Land.

What Does This Mean For SEO?

It has been common practice for many years to monitor overall site indexing in each of the major engines (mostly focusing on Google, naturally). Sites that weren’t being indexed deeply would need specific tactics to push that number up, and sites well indexed would be monitored closely to ensure that was sustained.

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The Google Caffeine Effect

Google Caffeine New Search Indexing System is Live

The Google Caffeine Effect

Google has officially announced today (June 8th 2010) the completion of their new web indexing system called CAFFEINE.

Caffeine is a revamp of Google´s indexing infrastructure and not a change in Google´s ranking algorithms. It is live across all data centers, regions and languages.

So what are the effects of Caffeine:

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Top Search Engines Rankings Myths Exposed

Trues and Lies about “Google” rankings demystified by Jonathan Leger

I have found an interesting free PDF document to download from Jonathan Leger: “Search Engine Myths Exposed”. On it Jonathan goes through top Myths about Search Engine Rankings, especially Google rankings and tries to demystify them, he uses lots of graphics, images and examples.

The following are the Myth discussed in the document:
Myth #1: Google Knows All and Sees All
Myth #2: Google Will Not Rank Duplicate Content
Myth #3: You Must Get Links from Related Subject Sites to Rank
Myth #4: Your Site Must Focus On One Subject To Rank
Myth #5: High Page Rank Means Good Rankings
Myth #6: To Maintain Good Rankings, You Must Add New Content
Myth #7: The Biggest Myth: Ranking in Google is Hard

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Free 40 page Guide to Google AdWords 2009

Catch up with the latest thinking on Google AdWords By Andrew Goodman

Free 40 page, PDF Guide to Google Adwords by Andrew Goodman: “Google Adwords: A Brave New World“. Starting right with AdWords is vital to succeed, don’t waste time and money, get it right from the beginning, you’ll find great tips on this PDF guide.

Andrew Goodman is the founder and Principal of Page Zero Media, a consulting firm, based in Toronto, Canada, that provides search engine marketing services and strategic advice to companies seeking an online presence…

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Google Saids: Buy Quality links to Increase page rank

Google Saids: Buy Quality links to Increase page rank

Through Adwords Google Consents to Link Buying Business

When searching for a reason why Google lowers Page Rank of sites, I have found this beauty in an Adwords sponsorship text ad:

Increase page rank
Buy quality text links for better search engine results.

Google Chrome Beta – Google’s Browser Launched for Windows

Google Chrome Beta for Windows Only

Google Chrome: Now Available for Download Only for Windows

Google has made their new beta web browser Chrome available for download (Windows only).

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to “make the web faster, safer, and easier” as they mention. Maybe we should learn to develop Websites with such characteristics.

Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. One box for everything: Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages. You can also type in the browser your search keywords and get results.