|Weekly SEO news: 3 August 2010|
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Is Google going to add their own links to your web pages? A new patent indicates that Google might plan to change your web page content.
In the news: first evidence that Yahoo and Bing share results (with pictures), some thoughts about Google Site Performance and Google Crawl Speed, Google's John Mueller about the correct use of the meta robots tag and more.
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|1. Is Google going add their own links to your website content?|
Is Google going to add their own links to your web pages? A recent patent application of Google indicates that this might be coming. The name of the patent is "Enhanced document browsing with automatically generated links to relevant information". It is an update of the patent application that Google filed in 2006.
What is Google's patent application about?
How can Google change the content of your web pages (technically)?
What type of content would Google insert on your web pages?
Google knows a lot about you and they control a lot of the information that we get on the Internet. Will they also change the content of your web pages in the near future?
Being listed on Google's first result page is becoming more important than before. Google can only recommend your website as a link if they know your site. To optimize your website for Google, use the top 10 optimizer in IBP.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
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