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Google spam report page updates

Webspam is junk you see in search results when websites try to cheat their way into higher positions in search results or otherwise violate search engine quality guidelines. We have seen a growth of spam in recent months (years?), and progress have been doing since a long time, with Panda resulting to be the top of cliff in terms of experiments...

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Arghhh!! My site has disappeared from search engines

Most of the recent threads in the big SEO forums talk about problems connected to the general visibility of the site and the fact that a site has been completely de-indexed. A lot of people attributed the cause to Google Panda, recently updated to Panda 2.2, which has been rolled out in Europe last week too, without realizing that most of the time...

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Google Page Speed Service. The velocity has its own price

One of the most recent surveys confirmed that 68% of visitors click away from a website if it loads too slowly. And yet the same research also reveals most website owners believe their site to be fast enough. Both Google and Yahoo! stated in more than an occasion that speed is one of the most important factors in providing web users with the best...

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Google Extended Sitelinks: the above the fold battle has just begun

Extended sitelinks have been released less than a week ago (well, the official news has been given just yesterday, but I saw them for the first time last Friday), and questions are yet going around the net on what possible effects this change will have on both SEO and PPC campaigns. It is unpredictable what kind of impacts the new sitelinks could...

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ColdFusion: enable the robust debug info

WWW is made by several moving parts: server infrastructure, operating systems, connection type, programming languages and so on. With regards of the programming languages, it is inevitable talking about the HTML, which in any case is the "definitive" language that allows a web page to be laid out. When it comes to HTML, this can be either pre-saved...

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LinkedIn changed its privacy rules

LinkedIn, a social network with more than 100 million members, is a very successful social network for its gender. Unlike Facebook, it charges for its services, such as the ability to connect easily with potential business contacts or employers; it also makes money from selling adverts on the site, and from charging recruiters who want easy access...

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