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New-generation BACKLINK TOOL coming soon in SEO PowerSuite!

December 3rd, 2013 | Link-Assistant.Com

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We've got breaking news for you today!

The totally new and revamped SEO SpyGlass is coming public in just one week from now, on December 10!

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This winter we started a core-deep update of all SEO PowerSuite tools, and the first tool updated – SEO SpyGlass – comes live on December 10 already!

The unbeatable SEO PowerSuite's backlink checking tool SEO SpyGlass gets fully revamped to become quicker, smarter and more productive, letting you:

Find 10x more backlinks
Work 10x faster
Enjoy convenient, workflow-oriented interface
Compare different websites on the fly
Make use of the most powerful filtering options

 

And these are just a small portion of all the fantastic improvements coming soon – just jump over here to get a sneak peek into the new SEO SpyGlass and stay tuned for more information!

Click here to learn more about the new SEO SpyGlass!

The Ultimate Guide to Link Building with Images

November 21st, 2013 | Vitaly Gonkov

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We all know that a picture can speak a thousand words. Using images adds richness to website content, makes it more valuable, enhances readers' experience and provides more definition to textual information.

But not everybody knows that besides all the above mentioned advantages Web images can also be a great means to get more natural links.

From this post you will learn how to:

  • get a full list of your site images indexed by Google;
  • find your images that are illegally used on other sites and turn them into backlinks;
  • automate the process of searching for coverage that didn't result in a link, and mine for relevant platforms to place your image content on;
  • analyze your competitors' image content;
  • use image search by keywords as a way to find new sources to get links from.

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How to save your website from Google Image Mismatch Manual Penalty

November 14th, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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Google continues its work on cleaning search results from websites that use any kind of manipulation or spammy techniques.

A new type of manual penalty has been introduced to webmasters. It is called Image Mismatch Manual Penalty. That's how Google explains the meaning of it:

If you see this message on the Manual Actions page, it means that some of your site's images may be displaying differently on Google's search results pages than they are when viewed on your site.

Image mismatch penalty will affect how your site's images are displayed in Google.

Many site owners may be wondering if they're using images right, and whether their websites are vulnerable.

We'll explain the meaning of the punishment and give some recommendations on how to avoid seeing another manual penalty message in your Google Webmaster Tools. Read more »

Matt Cutts Pubcon 2013 speech takeaways and digest

October 31st, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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SEO NewsWe all know Matt Cutts will never tell us everything.

But every time he speaks at an event or a conference, thousands of SEOs worldwide listen to him carefully hoping to extract maximum of valuable information from his words.

The head of Google webspam team gave a keynote speech at Pubcon 2013 in Las Vegas last week.

But to save your time and effort we will cover the points of this speech that might be important for SEO in practice.

 

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How to Get Big Companies as SEO Clients

October 28th, 2013 | Andrew Goldberg

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Have you ever tried (as an SEO specialist) to take on a large company as an SEO client? It may surprise you, but big brands often ignore SEO and have websites that are poorly represented online.

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For instance, how important is online brand reputation to Fortune 500 companies? Looks like many don't care at all. Last week I analyzed some websites of the world-famous businesses. Just look through the found SEO stats below:

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How to Move a Domain without Losing Its SEO Value

October 17th, 2013 | Vitaly Gonkov

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Setting up a new website, we all hope that it is built once and for all. However, there may come a time when one has to move their domain.

There are lots of reasons why the procedure may be necessary. That can be a change of a domain name as the result of a rebranding campaign, merging domains after one company takes over another, etc.      

Whatever reasons for moving a domain are, it's important to undertake the process wisely and carefully. Otherwise, you are running a risk of losing all the authority you have been building for your initial website.     

This guide will teach you how to:    

  • choose a domain to move to;
  • prepare your current domain for the transfer;
  • actually move a domain;
  • redirect SEO value to a new domain;
  • organize the structure of a new domain;
  • monitor a new domain after migration.

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