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Google Tweaks Top Search Queries Data

Google has created a new method to more accurately match how link position is reported. The engine had reported the average position of all URLs on Web sites for queries, but now will average the top position that a URL from your site appeared in. The change means the the average position metrics will remain the same or decrease because Google will no longer average in lower-ranking URLs, according to Chris Anderson and Susan Moskwa.

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