Opera Is Now Reborn!

Opera Reborn has a new UI (user interface) that is modern, simple and refined. The entire UI has been updated with a high-quality graphical design that is more consistent across platforms.

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Goals for 2015?

By the time you read this 2014 will be almost over. I don’t know about you but this year has really flown by and it is time to really welcome 2015 and to have a plan of where you want to go. Whether you are destruction business owner, sales professional, or manager you have to […]

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What Do a PANDA, a PENGUIN and a HUMMINGBIRD Have In Common?

It seems difficult to find a resemblance or some similarities between these three. But in the end, they all have something in common; they are Google algorithm updates called PANDA, PENGUIN and HUMMINGBIRD. I have asked myself several times why Google decided to call these algorithms these specific names; I am still debating on the […]

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The Hidden Power of Nofollow Links

Posted by nicoleckohler This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. A few years ago, while I was still on the client […]

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Feeding the Hummingbird: Structured Markup Isn’t the Only Way to Talk to Google

Posted by Cyrus-Shepard I used to laugh at the idea of Hummingbird optimization. In a recent poll, Moz asked nearly 300 marketers which Google updated affected their traffic the most. Penguin and Panda were first and second, followed by Hummingbird in a distant third. Unsurprising, because unlike Panda and Penguin, Hummingbird doesn’t specifically combat webspam. Ever […]

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IPv6, C-Blocks, and How They Affect SEO

Posted by Tom-Anthony You have probably heard about IPv6, but you might remain a bit confused about the details of what it is, how it works, and what it means for the future of the Internet. This post gives a quick introduction to IPv6, and discusses the SEO implications that could follow from the IPv6 roll-out (touching specifically on the […]

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Barnacle SEO: Leveraging Other Sites’ Rankings – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish When ranking for incredibly competitive keywords just isn’t a possibility, you can make like a barnacle on a ship, attaching yourself to the big sites that are. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains just what that means and how to go about it. For reference, here’s a still of this week’s whiteboard! […]

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Help with (Not Provided): New Landing Pages Report in Moz Analytics

Posted by JayLeary There’s been a lot of talk about what (not provided) means for SEO practitioners, with Mozzers weighing in on broader implications and alternative strategies. When it comes down to it, we’re stuck with a frustrating predicament that’s forcing us to change our process. Activities like keyword gap analysis, editorial brainstorming, basic rank tracking, and even SEM planning […]

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Scaling Quality Content

Posted by iPullRank As someone who is fortunate enough to get invited to speak at numerous conferences I pride myself in not reusing presentations unless someone specifically requests it. However, for the SEO audience, there has always been a huge disconnect between the concepts of quality and scale when it comes to content. To some […]

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Targeting Your Audience Earlier in the Buying Process – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish Bigger audiences and less competition aren’t actually that hard to find; we just have to reach a bit farther up the funnel. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains the benefits of this largely unexplored place, showing you how to reach potential customers before they’re even aware that they’re looking for you. Here’s […]

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