Three reasons why Google’s new Search Analytics tool is good but not perfect.
Tag: Google Webmaster Tools
My Five #131
Fitting tributes, a small dose of election stuff, and a deliciously awkward game show moment. Welcome to this week’s My Five!
Do you trust Google’s Webmaster Tools data?
How accurate is the data in Google Webmaster Tools? Can you trust the average rank and impression / clicks report?
Website Migration Made Easy
What should you do when migrating your website? Easy, step-by-step guide to moving your website.
A beginner’s guide to using Google Webmaster Tools
A look at some of Google Webmaster Tools’ main features: how to use them, how to interpret the data, and how to action your learnings.
So guest blogging is dead…
Described as the ‘decay and fall of guest posting’ find out more about Matt Cutts’ latest post and the future of guest blogging.
R.I.P. keyword intelligence as (not provided) slips into overdrive
There is a lot of noise about Google encrypting all searches. What does this mean for SEO and what can we do about it?
My Five #48
Five things worth sharing from the last week (or so): Webmaster Tools, Google Alerts, B2B social media and more…
Negative SEO is dead
Google finally launches a disavow tool. Does this herald the death of negative SEO?
Negative SEO or Google just getting it (painfully) wrong?
Is it possible to be penalised by Google for doing good work? Why has our site been hit after producing good content?
Google Webmaster tools rolls out user administration
Earlier this week Google launched a feature that allows verified site owners to grant limited third-party access to their website data within Webmaster Tools.
Does white hat SEO work for competitive industries?
White Hat SEO and competing with the big boys – is it possible without black hat arts? Matt Cutts asks if your tactics stand the test of time