|Weekly SEO news: 8 April 2014|
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latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
Many people switched from other tools to SEOprofiler during the last months. If you’re still using another SEO tool, you might be missing out a lot. In this week's article, you'll find out how OpenLinkProfiler finds 238% more links on average.
In the news: a Google bug removes a site from the search results, more about DuckDuckGo, the difference between popularity and authority, and more.
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|1. Moz OpenSiteExplorer vs. OpenLinkProfiler: OpenLinkProfiler finds 238% more links on average|
Many people switched from other tools to SEOprofiler during the last months. If you’re still using another SEO tool, you might be missing out a lot.Example: OpenLinkProfiler finds 495% more unique links to searchengineland.com
As of 8 April, Moz' OpenSiteProfiler finds 5,711 unique domains that link to searchengineland.com. OpenLinkProfiler.org finds 34,025 unique domains (495% more):
You also get more features and better link data
In addition to the advanced backlink data, you also get more features with SEOprofiler. SEOprofiler offers everything you need for a successful SEO campaign:
SEOprofiler is a full-featured SEO tool that offers many powerful features at a very competitive price. If you haven't done it yet, create your SEOprofiler account now:
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|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
| Discussion: Google bug removes website from the search
"Our Company Website has been removed from the Google Search engine with a note 'Suspected child abuse' which is totally absurd as we are dealing with IT Log Management Solutions as can be verified.
DuckDuckGo: the plucky upstart taking on Google with secure searches
"Gabriel Weinberg launched DuckDuckGo as a search engine that puts privacy first, rather than collecting data for advertisers and security agencies [...]
"To understand a broad topic, sometimes you need more than a quick answer. Our research indicates perhaps 10% of people’s daily information needs fit this category - topics like stem cell research, happiness, and love, to name just a few.
"In a video on YouTube, Google’s Matt Cutts explained that popularity and authority are two different things. For example, adult websites are often much more popular than government websites. Government websites are usually much more authoritative than adult sites. Popularity and authority are different concepts."
LA Times: Yelp's practices sound to some like extortion
"I think Yelp is a flawed but valuable consumer tool. I take the reviews on the site with a grain of salt, but it's a great place to get a quick pulse reading of people's opinions about restaurants, stores or other businesses. [...]
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|3. Recommended resources|
Link disinfection: how to deal with bad links that point to your site
Hear what Matt Cutts says about bad links that point to your website:
|4. Previous articles|