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SEO Station is a rank tracking tool that was "born" in Poland and then expanded and now is available for all of you.
SEO Station is a rank tracking tool that was "born" in Poland and then expanded and now is available for all of you.

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#WebmasterNewsOur algorithms have been updated to target hacked spam more aggressively in Google Search results. You may see a reduction in the number of results shown for certain queries, as these algorithmic changes will affect about 5% of queries depending on the language.

Learn more about the changes over on our blog → http://goo.gl/lWh7hw
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2 updates in May - do you think it's over or should we still wait for Penguin? http://www.seostation.net/knowledge/news/2-updates-in-may.html
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Black Hat SEO tip: How to use Xenu to find expired domains and acquire strong backlinks http://www.seo-station.net/knowledge/advices-tricks/xenu-and-expired-domains.html
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We've got someting new for you! You can now integrate your Google Analytics accounts with Seo-Station so that you could see organic visits on your ranking charts http://www.seo-station.net/knowledge/news/ga-integration.html
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Do you know that Google Webmaster Tools now gives us exact data about search queries?
My first view of the new improved GWT non-rounded/bucketed results. I did not realise this also meant we would be getting <10 data. Woo Hoo! 

Thanks +John Mueller.  This will make the data so much more usable, especially for people like me with small clients and low traffic levels.

Original Anouncement: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.ch/2014/01/search-queries-not-rounded.html
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+Barry Schwartz just covered something we tested a year ago, how Google treats non-link URLs. While there is no direct experimental proof, evidence or claim that Google treats such URLs same or similar as the link graph, Google would be silly not to use URL references for something. It's a free signal and a source of data. Watch this video by Matt Cutts to get an idea: http://dejanseo.com.au/seo-experiment-with-non-link-references/
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#‎SEO‬ tip for today: Google can count veeery long anchor texts in links poiting to your site.

Our tests have shown that Google counts the whole anchor text that has 199 characters (including spaces) and 20 words. This way you can diversify your anchors profile by linking long parts of sentences.

That's impressive, isn't it
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