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30 01, 2023

10 Tools You Can Use For SEO Competitive Analysis

2023-01-30T09:01:09+11:00January 30th, 2023|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - A successful search engine optimization strategy includes competitive analysis. The tools available today offer incredible value at generally reasonable fees. They help users accomplish more in less time, and many may find that the tools are so useful that they essentially end up paying for themselves. Here are 10 popular SEO competitive analysis tools, their [...]

20 01, 2023

Duda Announces WooRank Integration

2023-01-20T23:17:46+11:00January 20th, 2023|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Duda announced the integration of WooRank SEO auditing and website optimization tool, providing agencies that build sites on the platform an easy way to create optimized websites. WooRank offers a suite of search and marketing optimization tools that are useful for: Keyword research Rank tracking SEO performance auditing On-page SEO audits According to the press [...]

6 01, 2023

Google Answers How Long It Takes To Recover From Algorithmic Penalty

2023-01-07T11:00:09+11:00January 6th, 2023|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - In a recent Google SEO office-hours Google answered the question as to how long it takes to recover from an algorithmic penalty that arose from content quality issues. Google’s new office-hours format doesn’t allow for follow-up questions, resulting in answers that lacks nuance and are less helpful than the old format where the Googler can [...]

31 12, 2022

Is This Google’s Helpful Content Algorithm?

2023-01-01T00:17:07+11:00December 31st, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Google published a groundbreaking research paper about identifying page quality with AI. The details of the algorithm seem remarkably similar to what the helpful content algorithm is known to do. Google Doesn’t Identify Algorithm Technologies Nobody outside of Google can say with certainty that this research paper is the basis of the helpful content signal. [...]

30 12, 2022

How The ChatGPT Watermark Works And Why It Could Be Defeated

2022-12-30T22:52:07+11:00December 30th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - OpenAI’s ChatGPT introduced a way to automatically create content but plans to introduce a watermarking feature to make it easy to detect are making some people nervous. This is how ChatGPT watermarking works and why there may be a way to defeat it. ChatGPT is an incredible tool that online publishers, affiliates and SEOs simultaneously [...]

27 12, 2022

WordPress Anti-Spam Plugin Vulnerability Affects Up To 60,000+ Sites

2022-12-27T22:05:07+11:00December 27th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - A WordPress anti-spam plugin with over 60,000 installations patched a PHP Object injection vulnerability that arose from improper sanitization of inputs, subsequently allowing base64 encoded user input. Unauthenticated PHP Object Injection A vulnerability was discovered in the popular Stop Spammers Security | Block Spam Users, Comments, Forms WordPress plugin. The purpose of the plugin is [...]

26 12, 2022

What Is It & How Can You Use It?

2022-12-26T22:12:11+11:00December 26th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - OpenAI introduced a long-form question-answering AI called ChatGPT that answers complex questions conversationally. It’s a revolutionary technology because it’s trained to learn what humans mean when they ask a question. Many users are awed at its ability to provide human-quality responses, inspiring the feeling that it may eventually have the power to disrupt how humans [...]

20 12, 2022

A New Language Model Technology

2022-12-20T23:32:06+11:00December 20th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Google announced a breakthrough technology called CALM that speeds up large language models (like GPT-3 and LaMDA) without compromising performance levels. Larger Training Data Is Better But Comes With a Cost Large Language Models (LLMs) train on large amounts of data. Training the language models on larger amounts of data results in the model learning [...]

20 12, 2022

Google Retires Web Light Webpage Transcoding

2022-12-20T13:22:07+11:00December 20th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Google announced they are retiring the seven year old Web Light service that optimized webpages for devices on slow mobile devices and mobile connections. The official Google developer page documentation for Web Light Google and the associated user agent (googleweblight) are both retired. Google Web Light Introduced in 2015, the purpose of the Web Light [...]

15 12, 2022

Google Reveals More Information About Search Status Dashboard

2022-12-17T09:07:08+11:00December 15th, 2022|Search Engine Journal|

Written by Roger Montti - Google published a new episode of the Search Off the Record podcast that reveals the reasons behind the Search Status Dashboard, what kinds of incidents it will cover and why they don’t plan on translating updates to other languages. Google Search Status Dashboard Google recently announced a new Search Status Dashboard that communicates when there’s [...]

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