Something interesting has just come across one of my networks (hat tip to datadial), just a few days after Digg have announced that they are building a replacement for the much loved Google Reader, they have (coincidentally?) disappeared from the primary google index. Is it an SEO penalty for links?
SEO is an interesting game, we know how big brands (like Interflora) sometimes get it totally wrong and buy links resulting in google penalties – and you really shouldn’t play with fire unless you’re either: a) an experienced professional SEO or b) comfortable with having your site removed from Google. I’ve seen
Yesterday evening, well known florist brand Interflora was wiped off the face of the internet. Well, in search marketing terms anyway… Searching for the terms [Flowers], [florist], [flower delivery], [flowers online] and hundreds of other related search terms yielded the interflora.co.uk domain in first place – until yesterday afternoon. Now
This post started out as a tweet, then a comment on inbound.org, but neither really allowed me to vent enough so its ended up here on my blog – (which is unloved to say the least). It is in reference to this thread at Inbound.org which has been getting some heat
Yet again parts of our industry are under fire from algorithmic changes at Google. The focus right now are Exact Match Domain’s (EMD), something that us SEO’s have complained about for years. I’ve lost count of the amount of times that I’ve seen an SEO moan that they site can’t
Hey folks, a bit of a quick and dirty post here, very little prep has gone into this, and the whole point is that I have to have a “give it up” tip at MozCon 2012, and as I didn’t speak about any nefarious or blackhat techniques, here it is!