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6 Myths About Using Social Bookmarks

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Today you’ve been looking through an interesting site and tomorrow you won’t be able to find it. Of course, you can store your bookmarks in your computer or browser…but what if the operating system, at one point, stops loading – you have to reinstall it. Together with the operating system, bookmarks that you’ve been collecting for a few months or even years will disappear. In this case cloud-based social bookmarking sites will be useful. You can get access to them from any computer with any browser. Search Engine Journal provides a list of 50+ social bookmarking sites for generating tags, votes and links.
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3 Reasons to Optimize for Amazon in 2015

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No matter what type of business you operate, you know the importance of search engine optimization (SEO) and local SEO (LSEO). However, the vast majority of businesses in the US (and SEO agencies) focus on optimizing for Google. It makes sense since Google is the most popular search engine in the country, and chances are all other search engines require similar best practices with your SEO. However, there’s a “new” (to SEO) kid on the block that should be considered in 2015. With more than 182 million active users and 10 million “Prime” members, Amazon deserves some major attention.
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Structured Snippets: How to Decorate SERPS With Structured Data Patterns From Your Website

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What is a structured snippet?

Google web search has evolved in the last several years. With personalized and conversational search powered by Knowledge Graph Optimization, Google tries to pick the most relevant data from your site in order to return it to searchers under search query links.  It’s likely that newly designed structured snippets are the result of the long-term rollout of the Google Hummingbird enhanced algorithm.
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3 Examples of Negative SEO and How to Defend Yourself

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Negative SEO can be a lot of things—and it’s more than just black hat tricks. In fact, you might be the victim of negative SEO attacks and not even know it if someone has launched a campaign against you and your site. The good news is that it’s very risky to undertake a negative SEO campaign, so most people won’t take that gamble. However, if you are a target, then that means whoever’s behind it has some serious beef with you. Negative SEO encompasses just about anything that’s “illegal” in terms of SEO best practices. Since Google is the largest search engine, it’s often used as the basis for what’s “good” SEO and what’s not allowed. For example, using duplicate content (such as buying multiple similar domains, then copying and pasting the information) is a huge SEO no-go and, while this is technically considered to be negative SEO, it often happens as an oversight and not intentional.
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Content Freshness: I Want Moar Content!

We fielded an interesting SEO question recently. “Is it really important to create more and more content to rank high?” – asked one of the WebCEO users on our Facebook page. By the way, we love to talk and are happy to discuss everything web-related (or not ;).

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Why do search engines like fresh content?

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