• When I change domains, how long should I leave the redirects in place?
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    When I change domains, how long should I leave the redirects in place?

    Today’s question comes from Jacob in Denmark. Jacob wants to know, if I get a new domain and want to 301 redirect www.olddomain.com to www.newdomain.com, how long do I have to keep the redirect up before I can start using the old domain for something else? Just until it has been crawled once? Well, this is something where search engines can change their policy over time, because we might see the web evolving, or we might see how webmasters either have issues, those sorts of things. I can tell you about my experience moving from mattcutts.com to dullest.com and then dullest.com back to mattcutts.com Whenever I decided to move back,…

  • How do I know which links to remove when I get an “unnatural links” message?
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    How do I know which links to remove when I get an “unnatural links” message?

    MALE SPEAKER: Today’s question comes from dbizzle in Los Angeles, who wants to know “Google Webmaster Tools says I have ‘unnatural links,’ but gives little help as to which specific links are bad. Since I have never purchased links, I don’t know which ones to have removed, and I’m scared of removing good ones, which will hurt my traffic. Suggestions?” Excellent question. So we’ve tried to become more transparent. And when we were saying links were affecting our reputation of the entire site, we would tell people about that. More recently, we’ve been telling people and opening up and saying, hey, we still like your site– your site overall might…

  • Should I build links using article directories?
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    Should I build links using article directories?

    Today’s question comes from India. Deepika asks, “Links from relevant content in article directories– is that seen as good or bad? For example, I link my beauty website from a cosmetic surgery article on, say, Ezine. Would you do that?” So I think over time, article directories have gotten a little bit of a worse name. So just to refresh everybody’s memory, an article directory is, basically, where you write 300, 400, or 500 words of content, and then you’ll include a little bio or some information about you at the bottom of the article, and you might have, say, three links with keyword-rich anchor text at the bottom of…

  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus review: the luxury phone
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    Galaxy Note 10 Plus review: the luxury phone

    (slow music) This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. You know the Note, right? It was the first big phone, but now every phone is big. Then, it was the most powerful big phone. But nearly all big Android phones have really great specs now. So what’s left for the Note? Samsung will tell you that there are a bunch of things. But really, there’s just one thing: the S Pen, the stylus. See, the Note starts at $1,100, which is hundreds of dollars more than comparable phones, even phones that Samsung makes. So you have to ask yourself: how badly do you want this stylus? (upbeat music) Now,…

  • Guide to Local SEO
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    Guide to Local SEO

    Hi, my name is Andy Williams, and I’m one of the search specialists here at Koozai. Today I’m going to be talking to you about local SEO and the link building that goes with it. Now, obviously, link building is a very important part of any SEO campaign, and it’s even more important for local SEO. But before we look into that, I think it’s important that we look into some of the basics and make sure that they’re in place first. So hopefully on your website you will already have the address. This is very important and it sounds like an obvious one, but you’d be surprised how many…

  • Lesson 5: What are keywords? – SEO for beginners training
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    Lesson 5: What are keywords? – SEO for beginners training

    What is a keyword? When looking for information about keywords in relation to SEO, you get bombarded with information about keyword research. And of course, keyword research is very, very important, it’s also important to know what a keyword is exactly. And that’s the thing I want to discuss in this video. What is a keyword, some also call it a focus keyword? A keyword is a word that describes the content on a page best. It’s the search term that you most want your page to rank for. So when people search for that keyword or phrase, they should find a page on your website. Let’s say you’ve got…

  • Ejemplo practico NinjaTube Keywords YouTube SEO Tool Android
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    Ejemplo practico NinjaTube Keywords YouTube SEO Tool Android

    Hello again Infonauta, welcome or welcome to a new delivery of your YouTube channel Infoductiva this time we will see a demonstration of the use of the Android application called NinjaTube Keywords YouTube SEO Tool with which we can obtain the keywords of any video within YouTube interesting right? We start … first of all what I’m going to do is open YouTube logically to search and draw conclusions we have to be WITHOUT the session open so that it will show us the results regardless of our preferences then for this first example what I am going to do is put for example the terms what do I intend…

  • What Is The Deep Web? | Mashable Explains
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    What Is The Deep Web? | Mashable Explains

    did you know that there’s a huge portion of the internet the you can’t find simply by Googling it in fact search engines can only account for about 10 percent of the total internet what is the other ninety percent that’s out there? That’s what’s known as the Deep Web. The deep web is any website that cannot be indexed by search engine when you look for something on Google for instance you’re actually searching an index as much of the internet as Google has been able to find search engines use web crawler software sometimes known as spiders to find and index web pages. They start by finding a…