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Roger Montti
Read more at Working and developing Internet Marketing best practices since 1999, Moderator at WebmasterWorld, speaker at SMX, PubCon.
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Roger Montti 5h
Replying to @mjcachon @sejournal
Gracias por el Tweet! 👍
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Roger Montti 21h
Replying to @rumbas
Cross domain canonicals from verified linked properties? Cross domain canonicals disallowed except via the GSC?
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Roger Montti 21h
Thanks for the tweet Desmond! 👍
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Roger Montti Apr 19
New Form of Negative SEO Attack. Virtually undetectable. Seen this yet?
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Roger Montti Apr 19
Insights into Best Practices for Anchor Text today. Thanks & for your contributions.
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Roger Montti Apr 19
Replying to @AlphaMindStudio
This has to be my FAVORITE featured image from one of my articles. :) And the article has pretty good insights, too. Thanks for the tweet! 👍
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @martinibuster
Oh it gets more lurid! 😛 As the users are getting the bums rush out the door, Inbound says, "Go check out my brother down the hall, GROWTH dot ORG. "
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Interesting interview with Marissa Mayer, employee #20 at Google and former Yahoo CEO. Undermined by short term thinking from investors. Looking forward to see what she does next!
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @PointBlankSEO
I'm so jealous! 😜
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Roger Montti Apr 18
h/t to Inbound dot org shuts doors with all the grace of getting kicked out of bed on the morning after. What, no brunch at the cute French café?
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @JonMcGoogle
:) Consider this: The links you see powering the spam sites might not be what is powering those rankings. That's one of the pitfalls of trying to reverse engineer why a site is ranking. The hard data is actually very soft.
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @JonMcGoogle
Anchor text ratios derived from SERP analysis are useless and are the #1 worst types of analysis. You're grasping on FAITH and only FAITH that the SERPs were actually ordered by those anchors. That ignores what the modification engines does, etc.
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @JonMcGoogle
That's in the context of links. Showing how Google catches them. In general, Google does a great job at it. Spammers get into the top of the SERPs without links. PBN links tend to pop then drop. They rank then they start jumping on the second page of SERPs and lower.
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Analyzing SERPs for Ranking Factors is a poor way to try to understand Google. I was going to write this article but Jenny got there first. Excellent article! Must Read! 👍 Please RT!
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @JonMcGoogle
And btw, I'm NOT saying spam isn't "alive and kicking." So please don't put words into my mouth. ;)
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Replying to @JonMcGoogle
Analyzing the SERPs is one of the worst ways to try to understand the SERPs. SERP analysis ignores factors like what happens in the Modification Engine. SERP analysis overlooks factors like geographic analysis. SERP analysis ignores CTR influence.
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Thx for kind words. :) 1. My articles have full citations for ideas behind them. 👍 2. Links are still an important ranking factor. 3. The SEO habit to cling too long to outdated ideas is as bad as habit of bouncing to correlation-backed hypotheses.
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Roger Montti Apr 18
Remember to use emoticons. ;) 😱
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Roger Montti Apr 18
You're right. That's my #1 complaint about Pop SEO, lack of legit citations. But I do NOT do that. All of my articles have citations to patents, research, and Googlers. Even my article on links has citations.
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Roger Montti Apr 15
It's kind of like the elephant in the room if one is involved with creating content or simply pays attention to the SERPs. Thanks for the tweet! Read this article yet?
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