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04 Jan 2018

Help! I’ve been hacked!

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  • Are you a small to medium sized business, blogger, or just running a personal website using WordPress as your website’s Content Management System (CMS)?
  • Do you have a SSL Certificate on your site? July 1st 2018 is coming quickly! In Google’s own words.
  • Are you keeping your CMS at the latest version for bug fixes and security issues?
  • Do you have difficulty keeping plugins up to date?
  • Is your theme kept up to date and secure
  • Are you checking your site’s overall performance?
  • Do your pages load quickly? (Google will penalize you in the Search Engine Results Page(SERP))
  • Do you know how often your site is off line?
  • Do you make sure you have regular backups in case your site is hacked or files get corrupt for whatever reason?
  • Are you looking for a way to better understand your site’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO) needs?
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11 Jun 2010

Google Caffeine Update Is Complete 06-08 2010

The web has changed and so has the way Google indexes and serves up web pages. Read the evidence in Google’s official webmaster blog.

http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2010/06/our-new-search-index-caffeine.html

After reading this article in Google’s blog you may have a better understanding of the importance of real-time relevant information that comes from regularly updated sites such as news sites and BLOGS.

Yes, blogs have become a very important factor in SEO for your main site. Creating links in your blog that relate to information in your main site can be very beneficial not only to the indexing of your blog but also the indexing and positioning (SERPS) of your main site also through relevant linking.

Social media has also become a perfect place for search engines to index real-time relevant information also. Many people build main websites and never change content. This means the information in these pages can become outdated and not as relevant as information posted in a twitter post, on a facebook fan page, or on your linkedin pages.

The Caffeine update is complete and will change the way your pages are indexed and ranked in the search engines.

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07 Jun 2010

Effected By The June 2010 Pagerank Update?

What effect did the June 2010 Toolbar Page rank update have on your site? I have noticed one odd effect. Several of my sites have had no change in pagerank and also have more traffic but many of the pages that used to be cached are no longer cached.

I will be keeping a close eye on this and what long term effect, if may have if any it may have on the overall SEO in the SERPS. There may be absolutely no negative ramification but it could be a sign of something on my personal sites that could prove to be detremental in SEO of those sites.

I have not seen anything of this sort on any client sites as of yet. If you have had similar issues with sites we would like to hear about it.

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03 Feb 2010

Google Phasing Out IE6 Support

In an e Mail to all Google apps administrators Google has stated they will be phasing out support for IE6 in the near future.

HTML5 standards, faster JavaScript processing and JavaScript such as jQuery is not supported in the older browsers. Other browser manufacturers that have older browsers still supported will also not function properly with upgraded technology.

This DOES NOT mean IE6 will be phased out completely at this time. It does mean after March 1st -2010  certain apps in the Google apps suite such as Google Docs and Google Sites (Google’s site building software) will not work properly in IE6.

Please read the entire e Mail below.

Dear Google Apps admin,

In order to continue to improve our products and deliver more sophisticated features and performance, we are harnessing some of the latest improvements in web browser technology.  This includes faster JavaScript processing and new standards like HTML5.  As a result, over the course of 2010, we will be phasing out support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 as well as other older browsers that are not supported by their own manufacturers.

We plan to begin phasing out support of these older browsers on the Google Docs suite and the Google Sites editor on March 1, 2010.  After that point, certain functionality within these applications may have higher latency and may not work correctly in these older browsers. Later in 2010, we will start to phase out support for these browsers for Google Mail and Google Calendar.

Google Apps will continue to support Internet Explorer 7.0 and above, Firefox 3.0 and above, Google Chrome 4.0 and above, and Safari 3.0 and above.

Starting this week, users on these older browsers will see a message in Google Docs and the Google Sites editor explaining this change and asking them to upgrade their browser.  We will also alert you again closer to March 1 to remind you of this change.

In 2009, the Google Apps team delivered more than 100 improvements to enhance your product experience.  We are aiming to beat that in 2010 and continue to deliver the best and most innovative collaboration products for businesses.

Thank you for your continued support!

Sincerely,

The Google Apps team

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02 Feb 2010

Is Page Load Time Critical For Web Site Optimization?

There has been a lot of talk about Google Search Engine and page load time.

Matt Cutts Google Fellow sets the record straight in this video dated February 01-2010.
What are your thoughts on this matter.

The relevance of content within your pages will always be the most important factor. According to Matt Cutts, Google uses over 200 triggers to determine the relevance of a page. If every factor where identical in 2 pages then page speed may be a factor in SO.

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25 Jan 2010

Google Using Rich Snippets In Search Results

Google has changed the SERP results on its pages to include bold text snippets of information on some results.

As you can see the answer is now in the search engine page result (SERO)

Search for: How large was the titanic

SERP:
WikiAnswers – How large was the titanic

Titanic question: How large was the titanic? The Titanic was 882 feet 8 inches long, 92 feet 6 inches in breadth. Her designed waterline was 34 feet,
wiki.answers.com/Q/How_large_was_the_titanicCachedSimilar

This could have an adverse effect on click through rates for a website unless the algorithms somehow count page views of the SERP as if it were clicked and the page actually visited. If people can get the information they are looking for in a snippet from the SERP then it may have an effect on what else they may find within that site if they actually had to open the page.
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