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Jan-Willem Bobbink
Cycling, Physics & Search engine lunatic - SEO with a focus on performance. Crossing continents by bike.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink 21h
Haha, remember that sheep last sunday :)
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 21
. when do we get our data back?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 21
Replying to @wouterderijk
Al die klanten met vragen over te lange URLs πŸ˜‚
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
I really liked the way how you put the data into the smaller tables showing the way certain effects on overall scores work! Nice job Jason
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
Oh yeah, for sure. But Gary did not share weighings. I believe weighings are unique for every single query, per location / device / time etcetera.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
How is it earth shaking? Just a way to easily explain how a complicated algorithm with multiple facets work. I do agree it makes is more easy for people to understand a ranking algorithm
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
At least I can say I have worked with domains ranking top 5 for highly competitive PPP keywords in Korea.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
Replying to @tomblackshire
Never trust .edu domains ghehe
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
Yeah, lots of crap like
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
I recognize that domain :) its a nice way of getting impressions up for it. Create internal search pages, hack a few forum boards for links and have a beer.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
Replying to @tomblackshire
If that was the only concern it would be easy tp fix haha
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 20
Today I am fighting some Korean parasite SEO spam, jealous about their scale and how good they are executing it.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 17
Replying to @EdWords
Die zijn namelijk al wel een keer op de vingers getikt voor teveel / onduidelijke ads in tegenstelling tot Google
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 17
Replying to @tamaela @basvandenbeld
At least they tried πŸ˜‚
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 16
Ok, your point is clear. You think it focuses to much on content. I think it is good to create awareness amongst developers.
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 16
I said they should know about and think about such elements. Preferably include them. Not write them. Some JS frameworks dont include them by default, hence Google producing these videos. Next to SEO, I think they should know about basic UX patterns and other user focused impact
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 16
Where does anyone says developers should write meta data? Its about including basic elements in the front end like meta tags, canonicals, using proper links etcetera.
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"SEOs": I need content and backlinks. Me: Actually user satisfaction and a fast website... "SEOs": BACKLINKS AND CONTENT!!!1 Google:
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 16
They dont need to be the best SEOs. I would be happy if they think and know about basic optimizations themselves so I can focus on the more advanced stuff. Do you get happy in meetings discussing the need of meta tags?
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Jan-Willem Bobbink May 16
What is the problem with developers becoming SEOs?
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