A rich snippet, also known as a structured snippet, is the extra text that can be found underneath search results used to provide additional information to users about a link and the content provided therein. For instance, were you to search for a popular film of your choice, you would probably find among the top

Google has completely dropped all authorship functionality from the search results and webmaster tools. After three years the great Google Authorship experiment has come to an end … at least for now. Today John Mueller of Google Webmaster Tools announced in a Google+ post that Google will stop showing authorship results in Google Search, and

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Over the years Google algorithm has been changing to take into account social factors more than they were previously. And with a lot of social sharing comes the issue of how to separate knowing what is simply popular, or even a one-hit wonder in the social media world versus something with true authority. This is

Are you completely obsessed with understanding and getting the most benefit out of the Google Disavow Links Tool? This tool has been a mystery to many since it was announced in October 2012, and several misconceptions surround its use. Here are seven facts that you may not know about the disavow tool. 1. Disavowed Links

Google’s Matt Cutts posted a video explaining why Google no longer has that 100-links-per-page Webmaster guideline. In fact, the guideline was dropped well before 2008, but SEOs and webmasters still think having over 100 links on a page is something that may lead to a penalty. The truth is: no, it won’t. Sites like Techmeme

Google has introduced the inclusion of a new segment in Webmasters Tools termed as“Security Issues.” This latest section is designed for effective communicating to site owners security matters like malware, website hacks and others, and then offering a more comprehensive and concise means of solving the problem and posting a review request. In the latest