Here at AuthorityLabs, we really like to play with data. Whether it’s checking website rankings or tracking indexed pages, we’re crunching a ton of data all day, every day. Recently, we’ve started playing with some features in Google Spreadsheets that seem to have an almost endless possibility for collecting and manipulating data. Using the functions for external data, we’ve put together a list with a few ways to help speed up common tasks related to SEO. While it’s not a new feature, I think it’s probably underused. [Read more...]
I’d been making some updates to the blog and loaded up Google (because it’s my default page). It’s hard to miss, but there Turns out the original barcode patent was filed October 7th, 1952 by Wallace Flint.
The canonical tag is simply a way to silence webmasters.
Yesterday at SMX West it was announced that Google, Yahoo! and Live have agreed upon a method to help webmasters define original content within a site. The canonical tag is a meta tag used to tell search engines which page to list in SERPs when multiple listings of the same, or very similar content exist in their databases.
GetListed.org is the right tool at the right time. If you have a business that relies heavily on local searches, local referrals and local customers definitely take advantage of this site. The price point is perfect – FREE.
The premise behind local SEO is that the more your business is mentioned, reviewed and listed across the web the more ‘local authority’ search engines think you have with regards to a given search. Having a claimed and thorough listing with each major search engine will do a lot to benefit the exposure your listings get.