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Multilingual SEO

How to rank top 10 in Google for Davide Corradi in less than 24 hours

February 9, 2010

My good friend Davide Corradi dared me to rank for his name without using any of the typical on-page optimisation techniques we are all aware of.  His reason to do this, was his surprise when in my previous post, Google ranking factors distribution graph,  I stated that on page optimisation factors accounted only for a [...]

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Google ranking factors distribution graph

February 5, 2010

Inspired by Seomoz Whiteboard Friday, I decided to create my new graph of what i think are the main Google ranking factors and its distribution in order of importance. Be free to chip in and add the debate.

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SEO for personalized search

December 11, 2009

Unless you have been hiding under a rock or you have been making extra money in the stock market and got a fat bonus and retired to the Bahamas, as an SEO you might have heard about Google rolling out an algorithmic change based on personalized search. There has been lots of articles around the [...]

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Google is not infallible

October 21, 2009

Now it has been solved but it was funny to see Google New Zealand to rank first for “Google Ireland” for a couple of weeks and “google.ie”. Even Bing got it wrong. We have to admit it was a difficult query : )

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Link Analysis for Multilingual SEO campaigns

April 15, 2009

Link analysis is one of the most important areas of search engines ranking algorithms. Although some international search engines are less sophisticated in the way they assess link relevance, there is no reason to believe that these engines, such as Baidu or Yandex, will apply similar more advanced link quality indicators as part or the [...]

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Metatags Best Practice – Yandex, Baidu and Yahoo Japan

March 30, 2009

There are tons of articles on the net about meta tags optimisation best practices and the concepts have been repeated ad nauseam. In a Google centric world as Internet market is,  a westernised approach is usually taken, overlooking the algorithmic or linguistic differences of optimising for other languages/search engines in countries where Google hasn’t got [...]

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Website Localisation for Paid Search

March 12, 2009

We already talked about website localisation in this blog and it is a topic that I would like to revisit since it is a not very talked about issue in the SEO arena, and it is a huge sticking point for most sites I get to analyse in my daily routine, which seem not to [...]

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Guerrilla Marketing – Going too far?

February 5, 2009

One of  the most notorious showman in TV in Spain, going by the nickname, “El Gran Wyoming”, member of the TV channel, La Sexta, has proved to be an expert in spreading shocking-but-false information to increase the audience.  This week, the “El Gran Wyoming” has been in the eye of the hurricane after a video [...]

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