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Cutts Explains about the 410 and 404 Header Statuses

When Google crawl a website and encounters the status codes 404 and 410, what do they do and is there any difference? A webmaster asked Matt Cutts for clarification regarding this and Cutts, of course, replied in another Google Webmaster video. The question posted was; Before answering the question right...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Apr 16, 2014

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Clarifications About Google Secure Paid Search Queries

Amidst the slight panic caused by Google’s further assault on keyword referer data  from logged in secure searches, it may not be as bad as it first sounded. Some things probably need clarifying. Marketers will still be able to get important keyword data, just not from Google Analytics. Furthermore, the...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Apr 14, 2014

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Suspicions Confirmed About Paid Search Data

The prediction that Google may stop passing referrer data for paid ads has finally been confirmed. Advertisers will now start getting “not provided” in their Google Analytics with regards to keyword data, similar to what’s been happening to organic search since October 2011. Image is in the Public Domain Google...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Apr 11, 2014

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Major Websites Scramble to Protect Themselves against Heartbleed Bug

On Monday 7th April 2014, a new major security threat to the entire online community was revealed. The bug, popularly known as Heartbleed, is said to have been running undetected since December 2011....

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Apr 11, 2014

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Twitter Reveals the Upcoming Launch of New Design for Profile Pages

Twitter recently announced via their blog that they will soon be launching a revamped look of their profile pages. The new and improved design is meant to make it “easier” and “more enjoyable for users to express themselves. It allows users to set up a larger profile photo, customise the...

Posted by: Jonny Lis

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Apr 9, 2014

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BREAKING NEWS – Larry and Sergey announce closure of Google

News has just been released today that Larry Page and Sergey Brin have announced that they will be closing Google effective from the end of April. In a statement to the press they said ‘Although it saddens us to do so we feel that we have come to the end of our journey through search and no longer wish to continue offering Google’s services to the public’. Shockwaves are reverberating around the SEO industry as we post this and it looks like everyone will be jumping ship to Yahoo, Bing and Ask. What will this mean for the future of search? Not to worry, if you have read this far we are happy to announce you have just witnessed our first April Fools Days joke. We hope this hasn’t caused too much panic and we would just like to say categorically that this announcement is completely fictitious and as far as we know Google have no plans in closing…phew!

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Stuart has been involved in online marketing since 2005 and enjoys the day to day challenges. Knowledgable in all aspects of SEO he particulary is interested in Analytics, Conversions and Local and Mobile SEO. View all posts by Stuart Seo Blog
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