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SEO Test: Google doesn’t care about Keywords in the Meta Description

This is a follow-up on my buddy Dave’s post a few days ago: “Do Keywords in the Meta Description Count as Keywords” He tossed out a test which checked to see if keywords in the meta description were a good, helpful thing…it turns out, then are not.  Worthless in fact. Here is what he did […]

Do Keywords in the Meta Description Count as Keywords

Creating my own SEO curriculum for the purpose of training employees is a major pain in the ass. So, I’m reading through an “SEO training manual” to see if I’ll be able to use it to train people. Unfortunately, as so often happens in the SEO world, the material is plagued by unverified, unproven and just […]

SEO Test: Does Google look at more than the H1 tag?

UPDATE: 2012/07/10 Check it out below.   Well – here we are again, we have a new test to look at. This time we are looking at the effects of strict HTML on the way Google measures a page. The essential question of does Google look at more than the H1 tag when analyzing a […]

SEO Test: Does keyword position matter to Google?

It came up again today at work (Clickstop) where we had a SEO discussion about different SEO Tests, this time it was the idea of “Does keyword position matter to Google?”.  Basically – does it really matter what position on the page your keyword shows up? Here’s the idea: Assumptions: Same keyword for each page […]

SEO Test: Google Penguin, how does it work?

UPDATED 5/14 – SEE BELOW We’re interested in seo, seo tests and all the changes to the search results in engines like Bing and Google.  One of the latest is called Penguin and it has caused quite a stir.  We like SEO tests – so we thought we’d SEO Test Google Penguin. My buddy Dave […]