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31 March, 2014 by Patrick Langridge

SEO Lookalikes

Tomorrow is April Fools' Day so we thought we'd have a bit of fun on the SF blog, and post a bunch of SEO lookalikes for you to enjoy! Rand Fishkin and Matthew Broderick Matt Cutts and Rick Moranis Danny Sullivan and Sean Hayes Barry Schwartz and that guy from...

17 March, 2014 by screamingfrog

Negative SEO - Should You Monitor Your Backlinks?

Historically links were often either counted or ignored by Google in their scoring. However, as their algorithms evolved over the past 5 years and more recently with the introduction of Penguin in April 2012 and increase in manual actions, links can certainly hurt your organic visibility. These changes heightened fear...

11 February, 2014 by Patrick Langridge

What Should You Do If You Receive a Google Brand Penalty?

Google have been handing out penalties and manual actions to websites for some time now, but lately we’ve seen an increasing number of cases of brands being nailed and getting wiped from the SERPs for even branded search terms. There have been some big brands in both the UK and...

5 February, 2013 by screamingfrog

Google Panda - How Many Actually Recover?

The original Google Panda algorithm was introduced on the 23rd of February 2011 on Google.com to reduce the visibility of 'low quality' sites with content identified to be a poor user experience, thin and often partially duplicated in nature. The Google Panda algorithm was then pushed out to all English...

18 October, 2012 by Patrick Langridge

The 11 Most Infamous Google Bombs In History

Google bombing is a practise whereby a specific web page is targeted to rank in 1st position in the SERPs for a particular search phrase, so that when that phrase is typed in Google it brings often humorous or controversial results. In order to achieve this, a group of people...

When I entered the world of SEO a mere 6 months ago with little prior knowledge of the industry, I found it overwhelming to say the least. I spent my evenings after work voraciously reading my way through SEO related RSS feeds, trying to soak it all in and convincing...

19 July, 2012 by screamingfrog

When Google Gets Penalties Wrong

I wanted to share a very interesting Google penalty case that we ecountered recently. An old client who owns an ecommerce website with a multi-million pound turnover and sells electronic goods called me out of the blue a few weeks ago on a Sunday morning, extremely concerned because their website...

We thought it would be interesting to put together a quick post which helps visualise the impact of various Google penalties, updates and filters. Obviously the best way to gauge the impact would be to analyse analytics, conversion and ranking data. However, we are not always privy to such data...

17 April, 2012 by Mark Porter

15 Top Quotes and Takeaways from Brighton SEO

Real life Angry Birds, aggressive moths, a Street Fighter face off and of course some top notch talks and discussions. The Screaming Frogs were there to witness it all, and we’ve done the hard bit of picking out the best bits of BrightonSEO 2012 for your reading pleasure. “SEO is...

2 April, 2012 by Patrick Langridge

Screaming Frog at LinkLove London

Screaming Frog at LinkLove London 2012 Last Friday the Screaming Frog SEO team ventured out of our comfortable setting of sunny Henley-on-Thames, to head into the Big Smoke to attend Distilled’s much lauded LinkLove conference. Distilled have been running successful SEO events on both sides of the Atlantic (LinkLove Boston...

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