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This is embarassing. I’m used to getting those spam emails from “Best Delhi SEO” @gmail.com but this is so outrageously random I actually had to post it. I’m half thinking about responding to see what this is all about and maybe get a nice fun post about it. But seriously. I want to start with […]
LOL. Oh Grubhub. Showing off their mad technology. But all in all, Grubhub is one of my more favorite companies in Chicago. I didn’t apply for this position since I like where I’m at – but they are one of the best rising companies in Chicago. Thank god for having some sort of premiere tech […]
Is Google experimenting with Filter options on search result pages? I was searching around the web for some search results for my company quill.com, and forgot to turn off my user agent when I noticed the left sidebar. It could be an older test since I didn’t even notice my results still had underlined search […]
I read something on Reddit that I thought was awesome. So awesome I wanted to place it into my random thoughts category. The backdrop of the story was someone sharing an article about space and time, and being closer to exploring other galaxies – but I tl;dr’d that. It was a response to this comment […]
So there’s been talk about a new interface Google is testing. It focuses on taking away the underline from their search result links and making the titles a little bit bigger. Above is an example of the new Google SERP page interface. (The left is me signed in, the right is incognito mode). So I […]
In October of 2011 the search king Google went secure. In 2012 – 2013 Safari, Mozilla, and Bing did the same. In January 2014 Yahoo finally joined the club to make 99% of the worlds digital information completely secure. Well, that’s awesome! But not for SEO’s. Secure searches mean keyword data, referral data go out […]
So I’ve done a terrible job of keeping up with this website. In fact I didn’t even notice my G+ picture was gone from my serp! Picture for reference: Knowledge graph was still there. Google+ URLs in search results still had me pasted on there. What happened to my Authorship?! is clearly in my view […]
Listing this as a resource for myself. From Moz.com Added on stuff… Page Contains Google+ Authorship Markup-0.03 # of Google Adsense Slots in The Page-0.03 Domain has Numbers (example123.com)-0.03 # of Hyphens in Domain Name-0.03 Total Area of Adsense Slots on Page-0.04 # of Characters in the Title-0.04 URL Contains Hyphens-0.04 Total Length of the […]