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Google+ has been launched

Everybody out of there is talking about the Google’s new social network, which has been launched last week. The reviews seem to be fairly positive, but the social network appears to be into an early phase yet. I was on the pre-invite list and I spent some time during the week end to play around the new Google gadget. is Google+ really better than...

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Bing Webmaster Tools Bug

Earlier this week I’ve discovered a bug in Bing Webmaster Tools. In a nutshell, the bug wasn’t affecting the tools usage, but it would have allowed everybody with a Bing Webmaster Tools account to download a data belonging to domain not part of their asset . Yes, I know, it would have been quite interesting use this information for pitching purposes...

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What does showing the click count in SERPs mean for sites?

This doesn’t sound a SEO news, but as a matter of fact it affects the SEO sector. Also, as sometimes it happens, this is still a Googleexperiment, therefore, it has not been deployed to all, so there are chances you can’t see it. Google has confirmed with Search Engine Watch that they are testing a new feature in AdWords that will display a click...

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What a compromised site means for your revenues?

My role as a Google Webmaster Forum Top contributor, gave me the opportunity to support webmasters with an array of problems, out of which one seems quite frequent: the "your site has been compromised" label that appear into Google search engine. It must be said that this problem can assume two different forms: one at a browser level, and one to...

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ICANN reveals new domain names. Is it worth buying one?

As of 19th of June, ICANN announced new generic top-level domains (GTLDs) at a news conference in Singapore. The decision allows the number of Internet address to significantly increase from the current 22 to virtually an unlimited number of domains. Internet address names will now be able to end with almost any word in any language. This of course...

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Schema.org, a new agreement between the parties

The microformat is a web-based approach to semantic mark-up which seeks to re-use existing HTML tags and other attributes to allows software and of course the crawlers to process information intended for end-users. The Microformat is not an official standard, but some web sites have implemented it quite successfully benefiting from the SEs to display...

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