Google Analytics adds 'Cost Analysis' feature

Google announced that it has launched a Cost Data import tool for Google Analytics, so users can import cost data from any digital source, including paid search providers, affiliates, email, social and organic traffic. The tool is in public beta. As spotted today, a ‘Cost Analysis’ tab has been added […]

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Is Google Disavow Links Tool the only solution to low Ranking website?

I hear webmasters around the world jumping up and down with joy, thanking Google for listening to them and finally announcing its new Disavow Links Tool yesterday (16th Oct 2012). Webmasters are hoping that this shiny new tool from Google will help them recover their low ranking or banned websites […]

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1st Position in Google Receives 53% of Clicks

Advertising on the most popular search engine, Google can be done in two ways; either through organic “natural” listings as a result of SEO activity, or through paid listings as a result of paid search advertising.  Many consider a successful online marketing campaign to consist of both (and other online […]

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How to Avoid Link Building Penalties

  (image credit: t r e v y) The number of cases of websites being penalised for their link building is on the rise.  There are pages of users posting questions on the Google Support Forum asking where their site may have been penalised or how they have to fix […]

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Baidu Employees Arrested for Deleting Posts and Taking Bribes

Three employees of China’s biggest search engine Baidu have been arrested on suspicion of having accepting bribes to delete posts from its forum service. Baidu fired the three employees as well as a fourth person who had not been arrested. It is unknown what posts had been deleted. Chinese web […]

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Why Don't Google's Seller Ratings Add Up?

Browsing Google Product listings recently, I noticed that the seller ratings seemed much higher than you would expect based on the breakdown of reviews provided. Companies with many 1 star reviews seemed to enjoy quite high averages which didn’t seem to add up. In the interests of science, I took […]

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Guest Post: Use Site Acceleration to Increase Your Search Engine Rankings and eCommerce Revenue

Guest Post by David Henzel Learn how to use site acceleration to convert more people and make more money! I was shopping for a watch yesterday, and I found an affiliate marketing site selling every type of watch under the Sun. It was well-optimized for searches for specific types of […]

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Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number One

It’s only just over a week away from Christmas, snow has settled outside the Receptional offices and we’ve reached the final instalment of our Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011 list. For any latecomers, the title will have given it away but we’ve been […]

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Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Three

Welcome readers to the midway point in our weeks countdown of the Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011. If you were unfortunate enough to miss numbers four and five of the countdown, don’t worry, dry those tears, here they are: Number Four – Content […]

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Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Four

Welcome to the second instalment in our Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011. For anyone who missed yesterday’s blog, the premise of this countdown is to highlight common SEO problems – the issues we see time and time again on the vast majority of […]

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