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HTTPS is now being used by Google for ranking

This is huge news.  Google has finally realized that sites that are more secure should rank higher than sites that aren’t.  And installing an SSL certificate is one way to make your site more secure. So, if you were humming and hawing about whether or not you needed an SSL cert, hopefully this pushes you in the right direction. You can…

Bing Connected Pages – you can now claim all your social pages

http://www.bing.com/blogs/site_blogs/b/webmaster/archive/2013/11/18/connected-pages-now-claim-official-pages-beyond-your-website.aspx/ Bing has just added a great tool to Bing Webmaster Tools.  With “Connected Pages” you can now link up your site with all your social pages (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, G+, etc).  This way you can see statistics from Bing traffic related to not only your own website, but all your social pages too.  Pretty cool, eh?

New “Manual Actions” Viewer in Google Webmaster Tools

http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.ca/2013/08/manual-actions-viewer.html Now it’s finally possible to see if there’s any manual spam actions against your domain.  Just log into Google Webmaster Tools, and click Search Traffic > Manual Actions. If you’re lucky, you’ll see a “No manual webspam actions found” message.  If you do have a manual action, you can then hopefully fix whatever Google is complaining about, and submit a…

A couple interesting SEO developments

Both of these really intrigued me, so I thought I’d share with my followers… How I Hijacked Rand Fishkin’s Blog When there are two identical documents on the web, Google will pick the one with higher PageRank and use it in results. It will also forward any links from any perceived ’duplicate’ towards the selected ‘main’ document. This idea first came to…

How do I remove spammy links from my site?

I hear this question now more than ever before.  The reason why?   Since the beginning of the year, hundreds of thousands of webmasters (heck, maybe even millions) have received a warning similar to this:  Google Webmaster Tools notice of detected unnatural links to http://example.com/ Dear site owner or webmaster of http://example.com/, We’ve detected that some of your site’s pages…