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    How to get rid of bad backlinks | Need-to-know

    Having a good number of high-quality backlinks pointing to your website tells the search engines that your website is authoritative and worthy of a high rank in the search results. However, having spammy, low-quality backlinks pointing to your website can have the opposite effect and potentially spell disaster for your SEO and organic rankings. So, if you discover that your website is being targeted by spammy or unwanted links that are damaging your SEO, what can you do about it? This video will explain three ways to get rid of bad backlinks. Firstly, make sure that your website always returns a “404” response to pages that don’t exist. Failing to…

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    How to succeed at SEO on Naver | Need-to-know

    If you’re targeting South Korea, then you need to focus your SEO efforts on the country’s most popular search engine, Naver. However, that’s easier said than done, as SEO works very differently on Naver compared to Google. This means that SEO can be a challenge to people who are only familiar with search engine optimisation for Google. Don’t panic! We say that every week – don’t panic! This video will explain the most important things you need to bear in mind when doing SEO on Naver. First of all, let’s be aware that Naver is seen as a community platform and its search results contain many different types of content.…

  • IETF and Internet Hall of Fame 2013: Henning Schulzrinne
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    IETF and Internet Hall of Fame 2013: Henning Schulzrinne

    Henning Schulzrinne I’ve been involved in the Internet technical community since the early ’90s, primarily in my academic role as faculty at Columbia and previously as a researcher at Bell Labs and in a German research lab here in Berlin, actually. And secondly, more recently, as a staff member for the Federal Communications Commission. In that role, I have been participating in traditional academic research, primarily in the networking realm, but also, working primarily within the Internet Engineering Task Force on standards development for Internet applications, primarily real-time applications. The topics I have worked on probably the most are, as I said, the real-time Internet applications, Voice over IP and…

  • Why it’s important to involve SEO in the website migration process
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    Why it’s important to involve SEO in the website migration process

    There are a range of reasons why you might be undergoing a website migration, from rebranding to changing CMS, but whatever the reason, and whatever the size of your website, migrations are challenging and complex projects that can really damage your SEO if not done properly. So, how can you perform one without your website crashing out of the search results and losing all that valuable website traffic? Simply put, you need to involve an SEO expert throughout the website migration process. By involving SEO in the project from start to finish, rather than just having them tacked on there at the end, you’ll greatly reduce the SEO risk associated…

  • Records Management
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    Records Management

    For over 55 years Iron Mountain has helped organizations large and small to manage the risks and costs of records management, while reducing complexity. We understand the value of your information as well as the challenges you face managing it. Our 20,000 employees serve customers in more than 37 countries across 5 continents. We service over 100,000 organizations ranging from global industry leaders to local businesses, treating every clients information as if it were our own. Our portfolio of services is the largest in our industry. Services that are designed to implement your policies and function as a seamless extension of your organization. The physical design of our facilities along…

  • Tip 48: Mobile SEO differs across search engines | 50 tips in 50 days
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    Tip 48: Mobile SEO differs across search engines | 50 tips in 50 days

    Be aware that mobile SEO means different things on different search engines. On Google, Accelerated Mobile Pages and mobile-first indexing are the latest mobile-related updates that you should be aware of. On the Russian search engine Yandex, webpages are classed as mobile-friendly if they feature vertical rather than horizontal scrolling, and exclude Flash, Silverlight and Java applets. Finally, the Chinese search engine Baidu has launched its own version of AMPs called Mobile Index Pages, or MIPs. These get special icons in Baidu’s search results, encouraging higher click-through rates, so they’re worth doing.

  • Google at the Global Philanthropy Forum
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    Google at the Global Philanthropy Forum

    JANE WALES: So what we’re going to do is talk a little bit about the values that guide Google, that guide .org, as well as interviews of how to conceptualize these issues and how to apply information technology and other means to addressing them. And I’m just hoping that this mike is now working. It is. Thank you Sergey. Sergey, I’m going to open with you and just ask you about the genesis of do no evil. Is that the way to say it? It’s do no evil? SERGEY BRIN: Do no evil, see no evil. A lot of people misinterpret that. They miss the implicit second person subject. Because…