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Spain’s Newspapers Target Google Tax For Links To News

Spanish newspaper publishers believe they have found a way to get payment for the listing of their online content in Google.

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The Zen of SEO: Earning Links by Helping People

While many people use Zen solely as synonym of “awesome” I’d like to show that you can translate your Zen practice into your work as an online publisher. Helping people without judging them is one of the main tenets of the awakened Zen practitioner. How does it differ from the fake servility of many businesses?… …

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

searchenginewatch.com - Friday, July 25, 2014 - 10:06 Loading+Bookmark  

Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

searchenginewatch.com - Friday, July 25, 2014 - 10:06 Loading+Bookmark  

Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Dear Google, Links from YouMoz Don’t Violate Your Quality Guidelines

Posted by randfish Recently, Moz contributor Scott Wyden, a photographer in New Jersey, received a warning in his Google Webmaster Tools about some links that violated Google’s Quality Guidelines. Many, many site owners have received warnings like this, and while some are helpful hints, many (like Scott’s) include sites and links that clearly do not violate …

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It’s Not Just Links: Why Nothing Is Safe In Online Marketing

Links have been under fire for years. And while I’m someone who provides link development services, I’ve never thought that links are all you need. In fact, if all of my clients would let me become more involved in other aspects of their marketing, I’d be absolutely gleeful…. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Bing Index Quality Team Makes Moves To Filter Low Quality Links In Its SERPs

Bing’s Search Index Quality Team raises its profile and explains the main targets for its assessment and SERPs edits.

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Earning Links Without Content Creation

Now that most SEO experts agree that link building is actually earning links we have to dispel the myth that modern SEO is solely about “great content“. It’s true, you can earn links with exceptional content pieces for sure. You can do it by creating value and encouraging gratitude without acting as a publisher too…. …

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How Buying Links in Public Ends Up – Interview with Vitaliy Kolos

We are happy to host an interview with Vitaliy Kolos, the man behind the famous turmoil with Webdesign.org and T-Mobile. When it occurred it was widely discussed on various websites. 5 days later Webdesign.org was penalized by Google for selling links. Vitaliy decided to shed some light on the situation.   Can you introduce yourself?… …

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Google’s EU Censorship Removes Links For More Than Just Names On Their Own

It turns out that those in the European Union asking Google to “forget” links they don’t like that appearing for searches on their names are also getting links removed for any search that involves their names and additional words, rather than just their names alone. Until now, it… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Why Covering Content Beats Links for Attracting Influencers

For the last few years “link building” has been the magic topic that made a blog post succeed in the Internet marketing arena. Just cover that magic topic without sounding silly and you attract enough influential people to share your article. Now it’s the same mechanism but a different topic. Articles about content beat those… …

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Why Covering Content Beats Links for Attracting Influencers

For the last few years “link building” has been the magic topic that made a blog post succeed in the Internet marketing arena. Just cover that magic topic without sounding silly and you attract enough influential people to share your article. Now it’s the same mechanism but a different topic. Articles about content beat those… …

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Former Googler: Links That Change Are Trusted Less By Google’s Algorithms

A former member of the Google search quality and web spam team, Pedro Dias, said publicly on Twitter yesterday that “Google is less likely to trust a link once it has changed from the first time it was seen.” So if you changed the anchor text or URL path of the link, the value and… …

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