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Page Segmentation is certainly an area that SEOs really might want to be paying more attention to these days. Considering that each of the big three have dabbled into it (to varying degrees) over the last ½ decade, there is every reason to believe that something might be here.
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from sporkmarketing 1738 Days ago #
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This is fascinating, but there should be a disclaimer that reads "98% of webmasters and SEO professionals should worry about something else instead of this."



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from theGypsy 1738 Days ago #
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@SM - actually, I liked Michael's comment on the post that most SEOs tend to understand the value of editorial links in the content. This intuitive behaviour seems to underline that some form of DOM structured (or other) approach may well be in play for link valuations. So while speculative, there is an underlying sensibility to grasping the concepts.... and really, there is no harm in SEOs understanding IR concepts at the end of the day. It helps increase that intuitive nature IMHO...

@Steven - thanks 4 the Sphinn mate... must catch up on Skype one of these days!!



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