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Google continues to troll professional SEOs by bringing back the disavow tool, a tool they have repeatedly said that hardly anyone needs, whilst not completing the migration of the actually very useful request indexation tool. What are they up to this time?

Google currently pay Apple billions to be the default search engine on Apple devices including the iPhone and iPad. It's a cosy relationship that he drawn the attention of regulators in the recent antitrust hearings.

Google has been showcasing a range of upcoming changes to Google search that will be coming in the next few months. The majority of the changes have been made possible by BERT, Google's new natural language processing algorithm that they say gives them the search engine a better understanding of text on webpages and the meaning of searches.

I wrote in The Truth About SEO that one of the phrases I hated most in the SEO industry was "Link Juice". It's a horrible phrase, conjuring up images of some of slimy ichor being squeezed out of the non-existent glans of websites as they spread their "juice" to one another. Gross, quite frankly.

What is the best word count for SEO? How long does an article need to be for Google to "like" it? What's the magic number of words to get your article on page one? Yeah, there's a lot of bad advice out there about the "right" word count for SEO... but the right answer is a lot simpler than you think.

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