Get em’ All – How to Grab All the Keywords for All the Results

Building a comprehensive keyword set can be daunting some times. There are so many potential keywords out there and trying to find every variation can be a nightmare. Well, hopefully the nightmares are gone with this new bookmarklet that comes with SERPScape. The process is simple. Install bookmarklet Search for your keyword Press bookmarklet Get CSV of every keyword that the URLs on the page rank for Tags: bookmarklet, google, keywords, PageRank, Search engine optimization, seo,...

Pop the Filter Bubble

Ever want to know which results are personalized and which are not? Are you tired of opening up an incognito window, setting the right parameters in Google, and using a proxy to get a clean result, then go back and compare the results to your initial ones? Try the Bubble Popper extension that comes with SERPScape. Tags: bubble popper,...

Daily SEO Schedule Survey

Daily SEO Schedule Survey* Number of minutes spent in Google Analytics daily* Number of Minutes Spent in Google Webmaster Tools daily* Number of Minutes Spent Checking Backlinks Daily?* Number of Minutes Spent Producing / Editing Content Daily* Number of Minutes Performing Site Audits Daily?* Number of Minutes Spent Checking Rankings Daily?* Number of Minutes Spent doing Link Outreach daily?Add your email if you want to be notified of the results when complete. No tags for this...

2015: The Year of Broken Link Building

Every year begins with a flood of questions to seo experts about their predictions or recommendations for the upcoming year. I am normally careful not to get involved into too many of these forays because they seem speculative or risky given Google’s penchant to change courses so quickly. When your target is moving so fast, so frequently, and seemingly erratically, it is hard to make predictions and recommendations. So, how should we proceed? One of the common responses is to give very generic, holistic tips like “build your brand”, or “users first”. While I think these are absolutely true, they don’t offer much in the way of actionable advice. Some of the lengthier responses by good SEOs do go into detail on these issues, and...

Google Page Quality Rating Guidelines

Following the release of a document outlining the steps for a Search Quality Evaluator in Google’s Search Quality Rating program, I thought it might be helpful to highlight some of the notable points made in the guidelines for a quality website. ¬†Obviously, we can take away from this that we need to make best efforts to ensure our websites follow the quality guidelines as closely as possible. ¬†This is an expectation; Google even made notes of caution throughout the document advising reviewers that webmasters are likely aware of these guidelines and will try to ‘convince’ them they are a quality website. The document begins by painting the overall picture that sites must have a fulfilled purpose and verifiable reputation. Purpose – One of...

Holy Shit You Still Haven’t Run a Panda Survey?

You. Yeah you. Slacker. That’s right, you, the slacking piece of shit, have you really not run a Panda questionnaire on your website yet? Don’t know what a Panda questionnaire is yet? Really, OK. maybe you can claim ignorance. A Panda Questionnaire is a survey you run against your site which include the questions asked by to the Google reviewers who created the training set for the Panda algorithm. They were asked questions like “could the content on this page appear in a magazine” or “would you trust this page with your credit card” about thousands of sites to build a data set that Google could then apply machine learning techniques to in order to create their Panda algorithm. You have been able to run these yourself for...