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MAY 31, 2009 [Domain Name, Matt Cutts] 10 Ways to Diagnose a Google Penalty
you have lost some Google rankings), try doing the following: Dig your internal traffic analytics for traffic drops or bad trends; Perform [site:yoursite.com] search in Google to see if Google reports same number of indexed URLs; Check if Google Webmaster Tools report any problems; Take a look if Google toolbar PR has changed ( graybar PR might be a signal of penalty); Check your site ranking for a “domain-name search (without the TLD).
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MAY 3, 2010 [Domain Name, Matt Cutts] What Makes Google Tick? Hundreds of Items Used in their Search Algorithm
I like the approach that both used when compiling their lists as they were sorted by category if you will and included elements from the following: Domain Architecture Server-side issues Content Interlinking Page-specific signals Keyword prominence Outbound links from a site Backlinks Visitor behaviour Filters and Penalties Other With that, here is a combined variation of Ann and Pauls lists: Domain: 13 Signals 1. Domain registration information hidden/anonymous 4.
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JANUARY 28, 2010 [Domain Name, Matt Cutts] The Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet
The versions on this list will eventually go out of date, but the list will remain useful by helping to identify oddly named spiders (Ex. Some other thoughts: - bold or strong doesnt matter ( according to Matt Cutts ) - I would add some more mod-rewrites to show how to redirect "/index.php?site=something" For sites whose brand is more important than the on-page keywords, having the site name or brand first makes sense.