There is one trick I use to find listings in Google and Yahoo SERPs based on any chosen criteria: (optional) Set Google / Yahoo to show 100 results per page; Use SEOquake FireFox plugin to integrate a wealth old important data right within the SERPs; Sort results based on any (!) of the chosen criteria.
My favorite Google advanced search option is its date range allowing to sort search results by most recent ones. So this time I am sharing my really quick (and useful) tip on how to make the most of it: 1. Keep it always on your Google (home) page: "Keep Your Google Search Dates" - Greasemonkey script - it keeps the advanced date search drop down always on Google home page and search results page for your easier access to this great option. 2. Track most recent mentions of your brand / domain name / keyword : copy - paste the URL of the search results using the date operator and set tracking via FireFox addon called UpdateScanner that lets you monitor any page...
Friday's SEO tip is by Alexander Villamizar of LatamSEO.com Not long ago I read the post called "Website Usability Equals Better SEO" and here's a quick tip to improve your site usability! By using click recording software, you can learn a lot about your site usability and user behavior: which elements of the site attract more clicks and if the users do what you want them to do.
Have you ever seen exact copies of your content on other sites with no link back to the original? If you have a blog with no more than 200 visits a day, your answer is most likely to be "yes" (or you just never noticed it).
Going after each thief demanding to remove the stolen content is both time-consuming and depressing. Why not try to force them to link back?
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