Giuseppe Pastore's SEO Blog

How to scrape Google Autocomplete with Excel

Oct 20, 2016 | Tools
How to scrape Google Autocomplete with Excel

If you have read something on this blog in the past, you should already know I like scraping with Excel (here I managed to scrape Twitter followers); if not, well, I guess you’ll learn it […]



This bug in Google Search Console’s robots.txt testing tool can be really dangerous

Sep 09, 2016 | SEO
This bug in Google Search Console’s robots.txt testing tool can be really dangerous

Before you read, let me say I think Google should fix it as soon as possibile. What I’m talking about? Here it is. You all know Google Search Console offers a nice tool to test […]



The first guide to Canonicalized link building

Sep 07, 2016 | Link Building
The first guide to Canonicalized link building

I know it’s a long time I don’t update my blog, so for those not knowing me (almost anyone, then) I’m adding a bit of context to this post. I usually try to come out […]



10 SEO Experts haven’t the complete answer but this is needed to be an SEO (maybe)

Mar 17, 2015 | SEO
10 SEO Experts haven’t the complete answer but this is needed to be an SEO (maybe)

Something I’ve been reasoning about since a long time is who can truly call themselves an SEO specialist, nowadays. I do not think it’s a sterile question for two different reasons, at least. The first […]



Disavow tool: can black hat means speed up recovery from an algorithmic link penalty?

Jan 25, 2014 | SEO
Disavow tool: can black hat means speed up recovery from an algorithmic link penalty?

I’m writing this post because I’ve been recently asked why a site is still penalized a long time after having submitted a disavow file, and I’ve thought maybe some public considerations are better than a […]



The first (brief) guide to Dropped Link Building

Jan 07, 2014 | Link Building
The first (brief) guide to Dropped Link Building

More than year has passed since I published my (quite appreciated) First guide to Hacked Link Building and I definitely think it’s time to return on the topic to give it a new spin. Those […]



6 SEOs I thank for 2013 (and you might follow for 2014)

Dec 12, 2013 | SEO
6 SEOs I thank for 2013 (and you might follow for 2014)

Another year has passed and many blogs are already publishing their predictions for 2014. Like last december, instead, I just want to say thanks to a few people that have added value to my SEO […]



How to get your Twitter followers in Excel for free (without using Twitter API)

Nov 06, 2013 | Tools
How to get your Twitter followers in Excel for free (without using Twitter API)

A couple days ago I needed getting a complete list of people following a Twitter account and I couldn’t find a quick solution. First of all, I tried Scraper for Chrome, but since Twitter uses […]



Earn your degree in Internal Linking Surgery

Oct 28, 2013 | SEO
Earn your degree in Internal Linking Surgery

Something I often notice when it comes to link building is how poor are internal linking strategies of most of the sites that go after external links. I mean, external links are definitely more powerful […]



How to link to your Twitter profile (one year later)

Aug 07, 2013 | SEO
How to link to your Twitter profile (one year later)

One year – more or less – has passed since I published a post on Moz (formerly SeoMoz.org) in which I discussed how Twitter’s SEO problems were impacting online reputation management; while I think I’ve […]



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