Google Confirms Hidden Benefit Of Authorship: Bonus Links After A Back-Button

Google Confirms Hidden Benefit Of Authorship: Bonus Links After A Back-Button
One could target a specific topic, create specifically targeted “related topics”, and they would just work in harmony for the user looking at the SERPs. Then again this would require measuring how Google finds other articles “relevant” to the main topic.
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How Search & Social Engines Are Using Semantic Search
One example is that of enhanced displays in the SERPs − Google's Rich Snippets, Bing Tiles or Yahoo SearchMonkey. Enhanced displays also provide more visually engaging displays and interfaces with a corresponding increase in CTR. Another aspect of …
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Google Analytics: Powerful and Easy to Use. But is it Dangerous?
First is the notion that the company is using search engine results page click-through rate (SERP CTR) to partially determine rankings. The SERP CTR refers to the number of click-throughs that a search result receives, and some users worry that high …
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