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    Google Hints At Data Changes In New Google Search Console; More Of It

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    by rustybrick
    Aug 3, 2017
    As you know, the new Google Search Console beta is in the works and Google actually admitted to it the other day. Yesterday...

    Google Reveals Details About The Search Console Beta Release

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    by rustybrick
    Aug 2, 2017
    As you know, Google is working on a brand new look and feel and much more in a beta Google Search Console release where we posted screen shots. We even shared the beta URL, if you are in the beta the URL will work, if not, it won't...

    Pinterest A Spam Tool For Google's Organic Results?

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    by rustybrick
    Jul 31, 2017
    The ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has ongoing chatter about Google ranking shuffles but there is now a new uptick in complaints about Pinterest ranking very well in Google. Some people are saying that Pinterest is pulling a Wikipedia and taking over a lot of the top search results in Google...

    5 Tactics to Earn Links Without Having to Directly Ask - Whiteboard Friday

    Jul 27, 2017
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    Video Transcription

    Howdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week, I'm going to help you avoid having to directly ask for links.

    Some people in the SEO world, some link builders are extremely effective. If you go to the Russ Jones School of Link Outreach, you need to make...

    Goodbye Google Instant Search

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    by rustybrick
    Jul 27, 2017
    Google Instant has been disabled and Google no longer will show you search results as you type. Google Instant launched in September 2010 as was coined the future of the search results page.

    Using mind mapping to clarify your job and bring order to task-switching chaos

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Jul 26, 2017
    In a recent blog post about our 4-day work week experiment at Wildbit, Natalie (our CEO) wrote about some things we’re doing to focus our jobs a bit better. The example she used in that post is the exercise I went through to clarify my role as product manager, so I thought it would be interesting to talk about that process a little bit more.

    Even though no one can quite agree on how to define the role of the product manager (but you should totally read my book about that), I think we’re...

    Poll: Is Black Hat SEO Dying?

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    by rustybrick
    Jul 26, 2017
    There is a pretty large new thread at Black Hat World where "black hats" are discussing if their methods are dying out now. Black hat SEO is the SEO practice of going against Google's webmaster guidelines in order to manipulate the Google search results in their own favor...

    OMG: Google Tests Auto-Playing Videos In Search Results

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    by rustybrick
    Jul 25, 2017
    Yesterday, Jennifer Slegg posted on Twitter and her site that Google is auto-playing videos directly in the search results. I will be honest...

    Good/Bad Product Manager: the Wildbit perspective

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Jul 24, 2017
    I think most of us know Ben Horowitz’s classic Good/Bad Product Manager post. At Wildbit we have a whole section of similar Good/Bad posts to help define our take on various roles — but until recently, the Product Manager slot was empty. I started working on our take on the Good/Bad Product Manager debate a while ago, and we finally published it last week.

    I realized that the most important lesson I learned about product so far at Wildbit is the importance of a happy and effective team,...

    Is The SEO Industry Doomed With So Many Departures Recently?

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    by rustybrick
    Jul 24, 2017
    In the past couple months or so, we had some significant departures of key personalities from the SEO industry. First with Danny Sullivan retiring, then with the news around Rand Fishkin leaving Moz and then Matt McGee leaving Search Engine Land...