Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
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It’s important for SEO professionals to be well-versed in search, but columnist Nathan Safran reminds us that true leaders understand the bigger picture as well.
New to content marketing and not sure where to begin? Columnist Eric Enge provides a helpful outline for SEOs (or anyone) looking to start incorporating this crucial digital marketing tactic.
We SEOs can sometimes get a bit overzealous when disavowing links. Columnist Glenn Gabe outlines his process for carefully reviewing your disavow file to ensure that strong domains haven’t been added in error.
Was Reddit the biggest loser? Early results say yes, while TV Tropes and Entertainment Tonight are seen as winners.
VentureBeat chronicles another episode in the sometimes delightful, sometimes cringe-worthy history of off-color, user generated content on Google Maps. The subject of the hack today is the image of an Android mascot urinating on an Apple logo. Here’s the image as it appeared earlier today via VentureBeat: Google subsequently removed the image. The company also […]
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