• Finishing Crawl Web – Intro to Computer Science
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    Finishing Crawl Web – Intro to Computer Science

    So now, we’re ready to finish the heart of our crawler. Let me put the last statement in, so you know there’s nothing else missing and you’ll be able to test this. And the last thing we want to do is return the result in crawled. When we finished the while loop, we’re ready to return crawled, which is the list of pages we found. What we have left to do is to figure out what we do to crawl each page. This is going to be a pretty tough quiz, I think you’ll need at least two lines of code. If you think about using all the procedures that…

  • Will Google implement the ability to search with regular expressions?
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    Will Google implement the ability to search with regular expressions?

    Hi, everybody. Today’s question comes from Stockholm, Sweden. Jimmy wants to know, “Will Google offer the feature to search with regular expressions? When, or why not? I feel that sometimes you really want to be able to write very specific search queries where the normal operators and operands aren’t enough.” Great question, Jimmy. I tend to agree with you. Unfortunately, the number of people who really want to search with regular expressions is vanishingly small. And the amount of infrastructure and extra indexing space that it would take is quite large. So, for example, when we started to offer numb range searches, which you can still do. You can search…

  • Subdomain vs Subfolder Which one is better for SEO?
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    Subdomain vs Subfolder Which one is better for SEO?

    Hey y’all! Welcome to another WordPress Wednesday, my name is Kori Ashton and this is a weekly program where I get drunk at my desk, and talk about WordPress-nerdy stuff. I’m kidding. I don’t get drunk. That’s actually a shout out to Matt Bellassai who does his weekly “Wine About It.” If y’all haven’t caught that yet, its viral off of BuzzFeed. Check that out. It’s pretty crass and ridiculous; but at the same time some of his episodes are pretty darn funny. Alright now today we are talking about sub-domain v.s. sub-folder. This is a hot topic! I’m sure that the thread down below is going to blow up…

  • How to Increase Your Search Rankings Without Link Building
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    How to Increase Your Search Rankings Without Link Building

    Link building is hard. I know they say it’s the main way to increase your search engine ranking and it is, but it’s not the only way. Google has over 200 factors that affect our algorithm. Today, I’m going to teach you how to increase your Google rankings without building any links. One of the main factors that affects rankings is click thru rate. If you do a search, let’s say you do a search for dogs. Google notices that everyone’s clicking on the second listing instead of the first listing, what are they going to do? They’re going to flip them around. Why? Because you’re using user signals. These…

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    How to do a Keyword Research in an SEO Process: Criteria and tools

    Welcome to Crawling Mondays! I would like to go through one of the most fundamental critical activities in an SEO process the Cuba research the Cuba research will allow us to identify the best potential query opportunities to target those are much more meaningful for us in in the SEO process the one that we really want you to focus on to to monitor to track our visibility for and the ones that we will really really really like to be number one and the first positions and in search results right so I know that there are so many different tools nowadays so many different data sources it is…

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    [Interview] 서사무엘 Talks On His New Album ‘The Misfit’ (Samuel Seo)

    Did you naturally come to accept the concept of ‘age’? I love it. I love getting older. It’s so nice, but you know, how can I explain this? I carefully thought back to my twenties. Now, looking back, nothing really seems memorable. There’s nothing left in my memory, and I don’t remember anything but what awards I received and the work I did. I think I’ve had enough of making music as if though it’s an exam and I’m a student. From now on, I’d like to focus on making sure my music reflects more of my life. Your third album, ‘The Misfit,’ is coming out and I want to…

  • Crawl Web – Intro to Computer Science
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    Crawl Web – Intro to Computer Science

    Now we’re ready to write the code for crawling the web. So our goal is to define a procedure, we’ll call it crawl_web, that takes as input a seed page url. So, that’s the url that identifies our seed page, and outputs a list of all the urls that can be reached by following links starting from the seed page. So, if you’re really ambitious you should try to do this yourself without anymore help. That’s going to be a pretty tough challenge. So we’re also going to step through one way to do this as a series of quizzes. But you should feel free at any point, when you…

  • SEO Tips | Launch | App Marketing | Udacity
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    SEO Tips | Launch | App Marketing | Udacity

    In the past, people used to find tricks and detours to make Google search engine think that they should be ranked at the top of the page. But the algorithm just became smarter than us, and it understands when people try to do evil. Tricks like writing your top key words in white in the background of your page just don’t work anymore, but nice try. That being said there are still things that you can do to help your SEO. Your best choice is to make sure your website is relevant to the key words that you’re trying to promote. If your keyword is pet sitting you really want…

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    Does Google support cross-domain rel=”canonical”?

    Today’s question comes from Computer Klaus in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Computer Klaus wants to know, “Hi! How does Google see cross-domain canonicals?” Great question. Whenever rel=”canonical” was first introduced, we wanted to be a little careful. We didn’t want to open it up for potential abuse. So you could only use rel=”canonical” within one domain. The only exception to that was, you could do between IP addresses and domains. But over time, we didn’t see people abusing it a lot. And if you think about it, if some evil, malicious hacker has hacked your website, and he’s going to do something to you, he’s probably going to put some malware…