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PLANNING FOR THE SEO FUTURE
Planning for the future: How to move with Google updates in the search algorithm Google used to change the search algorithm periodically with some major updates. Penguin 4.0 and possum are the updates which are popular among the SEO marketers. Each time whe...
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The Top 14 marketing techniques in 2017? Let's now drill down into the key tactics and marketing technology within each of these tactics which will be important in 2017. 1. Content marketing trends Content marketing has been in the top 3 for the last 3 year...
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The 14 top rated digital marketing techniques for 2017 according to Smart Insights readers
In this article, I'll take an in-depth look at what I see as the most
significant trends in digital marketing for the year ahead. But, it's
not only my view, since I have 'crowdsourced' the importance of the
different trends rated by the popularity of ea...
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The 14 top rated digital marketing techniques for 2017 according to Smart Insights readers
In this article, I'll take an in-depth look at what I see as the most
significant trends in digital marketing for the year ahead. But, it's
not only my view, since I have 'crowdsourced' the importance of the
different trends rated by the popularity of ea...
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Shhh... We're Soft Launching the New Link Intersect Feature Only Here on G+

In Open Site Explorer, if you navigate to Link Opportunities → Link Intersect (e.g. https://moz.com/researchtools/ose/opportunities/link-intersect?site=getchute.com&page=1&scope=page_to_domain&competitors%5B0%5D=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.curalate.com%2F&competitors%5B1%5D=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.piqora.com%2F), starting ~5 minutes ago, you'll get to experience our new, full-index-powered version of the data.

When it first launched, this tool wasn't particularly great because it only used the Fresh Web Index, so unless lots of news/blogs/rss sites linked to you in the last 30 days, there wouldn't be many results. Now, things are different. Give it a spin - plug into two sites you think influencers in your field might link to and your own site as the exclusionary one, and you should see some MIGHTY FINE link opportunities.

Would love any feedback. We won't be doing any marketing for this broadly until next week, but if you find anything, please drop me a line!
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 It doesn't change Google's stance on multi language though, you should still get separate URLs and implement rel alternate hreflang x.
Crawling and indexing of locale-adaptive pages
Crawling and indexing of locale-adaptive pages
googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com
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Locale-aware crawling by Googlebot

Today we're taking our first small steps to support crawling, indexing, and ranking of locale-adaptive pages. 

What are these? A locale-adaptive page is one that changes its response based on the perceived geographic location or language preference of the visitor. For example, a page may dynamicaly serve different content to users in the USA and Canada on the same URL, or may block access from a some countries, or may respond differently based on the visitors Accept-Language header.

Today Googlebot gets two new capabilities:

1. Geo-distributed crawling, where you may start seeing real (verifiable!) Googlebot user-agents crawling from IP addresses that appear to be coming from outside the USA.

2. Language-dependent crawling, where Googlebot may set different Accept-Language headers in the HTTP request.

A few important points:

1. We still (very strongly) recommend having separate URLs for different locales and using rel-alternate-hreflang annotation for them. Separate URLs are better for users, and that's what really counts. Locale-aware crawling is for the few edge cases where it's not possible for you to have separate URLs.

2. It's early days and the countries that Googlebot will appear to come from and the Accept-Language headers it may try do not cover all combinations of countries and languages around the world. Also, we will continue to tweak things as we build out this feature. This is another reason to have separate URLs.

3. Locale-aware crawling gets enabled algorithmically if we detect your site may benefit from it. You don't need to do anything :)

Dig in more:

1. rel-alternate-hreflang: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/189077
2. Blog post: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2015/01/crawling-and-indexing-of-locale.html
3. Help Center about locale-aware crawling: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6144055
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