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Google Inc. is an American multinational public corporation invested in Internet search, cloud computing, and advertising technologies.

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The Google Webmaster Tools documentation for Sitelinks explains how this feature works - note that it'll take a lot of work to establish your site as the top-ranked result and it'll take a relatively …
answered Feb 13 '11 by danlefree
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after, processing of natural language data (text). I can run a Google search for thank you and get relevant results and when I run a keyword tool analysis I see that the term "thank you" has about 4,090,000 monthly searches - that wouldn't work if Google were filtering these words. …
answered Oct 28 '10 by danlefree
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ads from this advertiser' or 'Block all ads from this advertiser', depending on your preference. How do I allow or block all ads for selected advertisers? topic at Google AdSense documentation …
answered Apr 19 '11 by danlefree
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I find that the competition value is useful as a means for seeing how important other advertisers consider the term to be, however, it is not as important as specificity (how closely the term aligns w …
answered Sep 20 '10 by danlefree
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The  entity represents  in HTML, however, your feed should contain a literal  (with a supported encoding type) instead of the HTML entity.
answered May 23 '11 by danlefree
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If you choose to use unauthorized rank checking programs (what's wrong with Google Webmaster Tools?) you are violating the Google Terms of Service: Don't use unauthorized computer programs to … submit pages, check rankings, etc. Such programs consume computing resources and violate our Terms of Service. Google does not recommend the use of products such as WebPosition Gold™ that …
answered Apr 22 '11 by danlefree
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The second example you provided - the text with URL - definitely looks like a site which has been noindex,nofollow (and Google has yet to catch up with recent changes). In this case, it appears as … though the anchor text and/or anchor title associated with links to your client's site is being used - it's the only info Google has and it beats total invisibility. I'd get the site set up with Google Webmaster Tools, make sure your most recent robots.txt has been accepted, and submit a sitemap. …
answered Sep 17 '10 by danlefree
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Google Webmaster Tools is the first place to look - you can see which pages Googlebot expects to see which are now throwing a 404 error. I wouldn't say that your site is being punished - that would …
answered Oct 25 '10 by danlefree
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You've stated that you already rank first for your own name - why would you want to promote other peoples' sites if you're already ranked first for your own name and for targeted terms? Users who sea …
answered Jan 6 '11 by danlefree
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The crawler report provided by Google Webmaster Tools does not provide data points beyond the past 90 days and it would be fairly difficult to maintain accurate records given the crawl rate data that … is made available. The data is actually embedded in the chart image URL's chd parameter using the simple encoding scheme described in the Data Format document for the Google Charts API. It is …
answered Nov 18 '11 by danlefree
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wait* until Google provides access to create filters through the Management API. (* Related discussion thread: Filters?) …
answered Aug 1 '11 by danlefree
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Does pinging the page on social bookmarking sites whre your site has been bookmarked help SEO? If I understand correctly, you want to know whether links to your content from a blog syndicatio …
answered Nov 5 '10 by danlefree
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Speaking to your question - "Does the incoming 'link-juice' still count if the target page is forbidden to Google in my robots.txt?" - I would say that PageRank is calculated, even for noindex … /nofollow URI's: While Google won't crawl or index the content of pages blocked by robots.txt, we may still index the URLs if we find them on other pages on the web. As a result, the URL of the …
answered Nov 17 '10 by danlefree
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The Google keyword tool is designed to solicit new advertising business for Google and, as a result, may be a little counter-intuitive unless you are searching on the exact term (by default, it will …
answered Jan 6 '12 by danlefree
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Google Webmaster Tools is the easiest (and most authoritative) way to determine how much of your content has made it into Google's index. …
answered Nov 30 '10 by danlefree

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