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Google launched the tool 4 months ago in an aim to help site owners deal with their Webmaster Tools warnings about un-natural and poor quality links. The types of links that we’re talking about here are the likes of directories, article hub sites as well as paid links. These aren’t the only types of links but they’ll certainly cover the majority of what’s considered ‘spammy’ by Google.
If you have been building these kind of links then Google recommends to try your upmost to remove them yourself. This will mean getting in touch with the web owners requesting link removals. However, Google fully understand that in many cases removing all your poor quality links isn’t possible and that’s where the disavow tool comes into play.
The idea behind the tool is for Google to not take down the links but instead not consider them when addressing your site.
Stick your hand up if you can name 20 of your followers on Twitter…ok… some of you might manage to do that…how about 30 followers off the top of your head, see getting trickier isn’t it?
Ok, now stick your hand up if you can name 10 important bloggers in your industry on your social networks – ha! Got you!
So I’m sure many of you are looking at what’s new this year in search – researching trends, data and of course tools. Well perhaps one of the places you might not have automatically looked at is Google webmaster tools – it’s certainly not known for making that many changes to the data they offer web owners – well guess what they’ve gone and done? they’ve actually launched a very interesting brand new tool – Data Highlighter.
The big hype this week for the digital marketing world was around one thing and one thing only – Facebook. So what was so exciting that it had the world’s ears hanging on every word? Well, Mark Zuckerberg announced the launch of a brand new smart search engine called – Graph Search.
Following our top 10 most popular digital marketing blog posts of 2012 we thought we’d share with you our most popular podcasts as well. We had some great shows with some fantastic guests sharing their insights into the world of digital marketing so we’d first like to say a big thank you to you all as well as all our fans and regular listeners.
So let’s take a look at what our most listened to podcasts were!
As the year draws to a close what better time than to look back at the year of 2012 and see what our readers found the most interesting topics on our blog. At SiteVisibility we always love to receive comments and feedback from our content and love to see our fans getting involved so feel free to post away if you have any questions.
Let’s take a look at the year of SEO in 2012!
Christmas is just around the corner and we thought that if some of you didn’t manage to buy an advent calendar this year, we’d let you share our very own one!
Well what can I say, it’s been another huge year for social – full of events, campaigns and faux-pas. However, tools are what I’m here to look at once again with another useful and concise list to help you save time and improve your social media campaign results. Seen as Christmas is just around the corner, I thought i’d share my favourite free Twitter tools that you should all be using in 2013.
We’re very excited to announce the launch of a fantastic new resource for SEO knowledge! That’s right, in addition to our ABC’s of SEO eBook, we’ve now made our ThinkTank come to life in animation in order to give you the most important tips and tactics of SEO.
As we all know, in the world of digital and online marketing you need a strategy to improve your site visibility. Not only do you need a strategy you also need the tactics to succeed in your SEO efforts. Our brilliant mix of colourful characters brings you their top SEO tips and tactics to help you become a master in SEO.
In just one day you’ll build an understanding of how to easily build great content.
What & when?
That’s right the content marketing show arrives November 20th and has a whole host of great speakers lined up. Not only that, we mentioned last week that there’s a some exciting workshops the day before the conference on Monday 19th November.
This particular workshop focuses on creating killer content and will be run by Kevin Gibbons – founder of Quaturo a leading agency in London.