Now Google have never said they were SEO experts for their own sites. In fact many years’ ago they did a ‘drains up’ look at many of their properties with a view to improving the way they interact with, well… with themselves I guess. This is a good one though! Google have finally got around Continue Reading »
Just a quick one… As we have known for some time a 301 redirect is treated by Google the same as a normal link and the PageRank/link juice/weight/whatever… flow is the same through both. So when you need to do a 301 redirect, you don’t have to worry about more PageRank dissipating than for a normal Continue Reading »
Seen this link on Google adverts recently? If you click the link, go into the ‘Ad Preference Manager’ and delve further you can find a host of information about Google’s adverts and how they relate to you. Also, you can see what settings are there and what control you have. Some of these settings relate Continue Reading »
Strange name for a post, eh? Still, got your attention… In the same way that every page has a defined PageRank number, there must also be a defined amount of PageRank in the system at any given time. Mervin King meets Matt Cutts! Is there a TrustRank regulator too?
If you want to play this as a game (why not?), don’t read any further than this first paragraph and ask yourself the question “for each letter of the alphabet, which word/name do I think Google will come up with first?”. As a clue think company, before person. Now on with the post… Oh, to Continue Reading »