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Google Panda 4, and blocking your CSS & JS

Google Panda 4, and blocking your CSS & JS

A month ago Google introduced its Panda 4.0 update. Over the last few weeks we’ve been able to “fix” a couple of sites that got hit in it. These sites both lost more than 50% of their search traffic in that update. When they returned, their previous position in the search results came back. Sounds too good to be…

Things to consider for your online shop

Things to consider for your online shop

Last week, we had an email from somebody who was pretty desperate. He had set up an online shop, filled it with thousands and thousands of products and in the three or four months after release, still nobody had found his shop or ordered his products. The online shop at hand sells women’s cloths. This guy…

WordPress SEO Premium 1.2

WordPress SEO Premium 1.2

As I announced yesterday on the Dradcast, we released a new version of WordPress SEO premium. This is another feature packed update with a lot of things people had been asking us for. Let me go through the list of new features: Import redirects from your .htaccess file If you have a lot of redirects…

Visually direct and captivate your visitors

Visually direct and captivate your visitors

In the last month I’ve been speaking at a few conferences with a talk I’ve dubbed “The Psychology behind Conversion”. In this talk I’m trying to explain why everyone who maintains a website should be interested in psychology and how it can help them. Being interested in psychology, especially when applied to the web, is…

Improving our reviews

Improving our reviews

We recently did customer research into what our site review customers thought about our site reviews. While we were very happy with the results, it also showed us some things we could improve. It was very clear people wanted our reviews for the SEO improvements most of all, and today we’re launching the changes to our review…

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