Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

The Disavow Tool Works! Real Sites, Real Recoveries!

October 25, 2012

See update here  - More Insights on the Disavow and Recovery   It seems like the only thing I have posted about this year is penalties, link removals and reconsideration requests!! Well at long last I can finally put a post together that is a little more positive; in short I have some good news! […]

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Finally! Google Launches a Link Disavow Tool

October 16, 2012

Well at long last Mr Cutts announces the anticipated link disavow tool at Pubcon: This gives webmasters the opportunity to upload a text file through webmaster tools, identifying any toxic links they believe point to their website, it does however come with a few warnings. – Just because you think a link is toxic doesn’t […]

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The End of ‘Easy SEO’

March 25, 2012

You may or may not have seen this message in your webmaster tools account recently, what is it for? What are you planning to do about it? Are you going to get a penalty? The truth is no one knows 100% what the sudden increase in messages relates to, however there are plenty of conversations […]

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Stop Google From Getting At Your Content

January 15, 2012

Bit of a strange one today, we usually talk about how to get Google to notice more of our content, not about blocking them from getting at it. However, there are times when we want Google to stay away from our pages and not crawl or index the content on them, in this post I […]

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Getting a Site Indexed and Monitoring Indexation Levels

November 13, 2011

OK, I’m going to cover some basics here but time and time again I get asked about monitoring indexation levels and what factors affect them. There are quite a few misconceptions in this area and a lot of people rely on the wrong set of data, they also rely on old techniques to improve this, […]

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Site Wide Links Count As One – Google The New SEO Tool?

October 14, 2010

Google have recently updated the way they show link data in webmaster tools. Historically the link data they have shown has literally been a snap shot of links to any particular website, the information was pretty much useless to an SEO at any level. However, Google have now decided to break down that link data […]

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