Posts tagged with Webmaster Tools

Using website data to uncover golden content opportunities

Diving into data to find content opportunities can certainly seem overwhelming at times but the rewards can be substantial once you know where to look and how to interpret it. 

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Is Google Site Performance a prelude to load time as ranking factor?

As reported in November, Google's Matt Cutts indicated that page load time may make its debut as a search ranking factor in 2010.

And now there's a new hint that page load time could become a ranking factor next year: Google has added a new section called Site Performance to Google Webmaster Tools.

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What’s on your Google wishlist?

Google remains synonymous with search, but we all know that there’s so much more to it than that.

Most internet professionals use Google’s apps and services to help power their businesses. It’s pretty much unheard of for a website owner to be unfamiliar with Google Adwords, Gmail, Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, much less to avoid using any of these products.

The trouble is, as good as they are, there is always scope for improvement. So here are my five wishes for improvements to Google’s existing product set. Admittedly they are not the most ambitious of requests: they’re simply tweaks that I think Google can introduce quickly, perhaps with the exception of the first one…

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