Your Content History Should Live Forever

Want to know an SEO secret that almost nobody will tell you? Do not delete old content! Nearly all of your web content should live forever. It’s free to save pages on your site, so why delete them? Yet so many people do.

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Google News rich story view means new SEO opportunities

I’m a huge Google News geek.

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Do not delete your content because it should live forever

Posted by David Meerman Scott 11:46 AM on March 28, 2013

UPDATE - March 30, 2013 - Air New Zealand tweeted a clarification to us which I have saved as a screen shot pasted below.

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How to make your site mobile friendly

Apple reported more than five million iPhone 5 units were sold in the first three days that it was offered for sale. And it's not just Apple products. Mobile is now the preferred way many people get online.

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You have been hacked

Last week while I was in Stockholm for a speaking gig, my friend Steve Johnson sent me an email with the subject line: "Have you been hacked?"

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Google Plus now open to everyone

Google Plus (Google+ or just G+) is the fastest growing social network in history. It launched in late June as invitation only, in just two weeks had reached 10 million users. The G+ iPhone app has been the most popular in the iTunes store. I jumped on quickly and I really like it.

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Shaq Googled Big House Outside of Boston

Last night the big man from the Boston Celtics, Shaquille O'Neal, was on David Letterman's talk show.

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Colin Warwick shows how a B2B company makes the first page on Google

Colin Warwick, Signal Integrity Product Manager in the EDA Design & Simulation Software division of Agilent Technologies, is responsible for marketing software to help engineers overcome limitations in high speed digital connections.

As he was working on his marketing plans, he came to the realization that traditional business-to-business marketing like tradeshows are expensive and increasingly ineffective. He also understands the importance of the search engines for his business.

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SEO and your crap filled site

Many people think that Search Engine Optimization involves some sort of magic formula.

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Google does a funny: This site may harm your computer

Posted by David Meerman Scott 05:32 AM on January 31, 2009

This morning Google kinda went haywire and all the results for my search had a message "This site may harm your computer."

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