|Weekly SEO news: 29 December 2015|
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1. What was new
in SEOprofiler in 2015?
We're continually improving our website promotion and Internet marketing tool SEOprofiler to make sure that it works with the latest search engine changes.
Here are some of the changes and improvements that we made in 2015:
Although there were many new features such as the AdWords Profiler and the Ranking Profiler, we did not incease the prices.
Many new things are planned for 2016. We continue to work on SEOprofiler to make sure that you continue to get the best SEO tools with SEOprofiler. If you haven't done it yet, try it now:
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
| Bait & switch hacking is
gaining top rankings in Google
"With bait-and-switch hacking, someone gains access to a site and begins publishing pages on topics that the site itself doesn’t normally cover. The site might not even be aware that the pages exist.
The hackers are hoping to leverage the authority of the sites they hack. The idea is that publishing such content on an existing site might do better than trying to publish it on a new site. [...]
Those ads, by the way, for at least one of the redirected pages I examined, were powered by Google’s own AdSense."
"We are currently piloting this feature with a restricted set of initial data providers. [...]
Use markup on your official website to provide Google with information about local business locations. These attributes appear on the card and elsewhere throughout Google Search and Maps. For instance, a restaurant's menu URL appears prominently on the card, letting users click through to see what kind of food and drink is available."
"In December of last year, we announced that we would wind down the Freebase service and transfer the data to Wikidata. We also made a commitment to continue to support users of the Freebase API by creating a replacement API that would help with searching the Knowledge Graph.
Today, we’re happy to announce the Knowledge Graph Search API (http://g.co/KnowledgeGraphSearchAPI). This API will allow you to query the Knowledge Graph for entities. It uses standard schema.org types and is compliant with JSON-LD specifications."
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