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Rand Fishkin
Amazing look at how huge the social media click farm industry is
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Looks like Go/ESPN isn't getting the mobile-friendly tag, but still ranks nicely
1 Day After Mobilegeddon: How Far Did the Sky Fall? By @dr_pete
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In Seattle? Join us at Moz for Storytelling Through Digital Marketing, a free #MozTalk panel!
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So... about that whole "April 21st will be way bigger than Panda or Penguin" thing
Coming this week in the Mozbar :-)
Only 7% of Apple's pages are mobile-friendly. Guess who else? Great data:…
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Very glad to see the new, mobile design still lets me pinch+zoom 👏
This is the first overlay I haven't completely hated in a long while. Nicely done @motherboard looks like a cool product - predicts the success of job postings based on language
Made this gif for a new presentation I'm building. Also registered the domain name
Sometimes, Google's knowledge graph draws some suspect connections, e.g.
How Bounce Rate and Time on Page changed after @Moz began formatting Whiteboard Friday transcriptions:
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Can't help but notice that sites w/ Google's "brand" drop-down dominate pg 1, & become rare by pg 3-4
New WB Friday on why SEO is more powerful w/ loyal audiences (& loyalty tactics to invest in)…
Chrome suggests URLs/queries related to page you're on. I suspect connection to Google's query->site relevancy models
.@randfish @parsely Interesting- Our data with *ALL* Social vs Organic Search for major news/media/content sites
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Facebook sends nearly as much traffic as Google to @parsely's news/media/content-focused sites
First time I've seen Google Suggest list a brand (w/o any other terms) for an unbranded query: