- About Us
- Link Building Services
- Contact Us
What do Penguins, Pandas, and black hats have in common? Lots! Penguin is the most recent set of guidelines published by Google designed to clean up abuses in the field of SEO, and a new version is due out soon, according to Google’s Web Spam Czar, Matt Cutts. The impending e
With the rollout of Google Panda, we have heard sad stories of sites that have been either devalued or removed from Google’s index entirely.
One of the reasons for the huge drop in some sites’ rankings has been duplicate content — one of the problems that Panda was released
For Google and other major search engines, quality and reliability of information are key to user satisfaction. These elements also empower the search engines to thrive as they seek to provide better data to users in terms of quality, relevance, and authority.
And who is kin
Google is making everyone aware of the company’s relentless drive to supply better and more useful information.
Following a series of Panda and Penguin updates, Google Panda #20 was released on September __, 2012. This was the first major update since July 24, 2012. More Pan
Six months ago the SEO world was turned upside down when Google released the Panda update. Since then, it’s basically been all about upping your game with the content you provide on your site. Just last week, September 27th, a new Panda update took place. Didn’t notice?
Now that Google Penguin has had some time to sink in, we have an opportunity to reflect on what exactly Penguin changed, the aftermath of Penguin, and (most importantly), what steps should be taken to recover from a Penguin penalty.
As I previously wrote, Penguin targeted in
Since I wrote my last post about Google’s Penguin update (the updated name for Google’s webspam algorithm change), I’ve been asked how to diagnose the reason for your site losing its rankings (Pandalization, if you will — or is it ‘Penguinization̵
4/26 Edit – Google has confirmed that this update is going to be called “Penguin.” Matt Cutts even tweeted this photo:
Brace for impact. As I write this, Google is rolling out the latest rendition of its Panda algorithm — Panda 3.5 (Editor’s not
The Definitive Guide to Marketing Your Business Online ($300 Value)
1425 Broadway 20-2689
Seattle, WA 98122
© 2013 audiencebloom.com