Panda

March 4, 2015

Why There’s No Whitelist for Penguin or Panda

During the SMX Conference, representatives from both Google and Bing revealed the existence of “whitelists,” which are essentially exemption-based lists that compile domains and prevent […]
February 21, 2015

Are Google Updates a Thing of the Past?

For more than a decade now, Google updates have been keeping search marketers on their toes. Every time you got used to one common SEO […]
December 26, 2014

Pre-Panda SEO Strategies to Never Use Again

The Panda update first started rolling out back in 2011, and when its algorithm changes took effect, it turned the world of SEO on its […]
December 1, 2014

What’s Next After Panda, Penguin, and Pigeon?

Google likes to keep search marketers on their toes. Its search engine algorithm, kept top secret, has evolved gradually over the course of more than […]
October 18, 2014

8 Changes You Need to Make After Panda 4.1

After four months of silence on the Google Panda front after May’s Panda 4.0 update, the next iteration of Panda is here. Referred to as […]
August 27, 2014

Here’s Why Retailmenot Got Hit by Google Panda

Retailmenot.com, a growing coupon-based website backed by Google Ventures, experienced a stunning drop in both search engine rankings and organic traffic back in May of […]
March 29, 2014
How to Prepare for the Imminent Google Panda Refresh

How to Prepare for the Imminent Google Panda Refresh

Google recently announced on Twitter that they would be refreshing their Panda update days beforehand which gave SEO professionals and companies considerable time to prepare […]
November 9, 2012
Why Duplicate Content is Bad for SEO and What to Do About It

Why Duplicate Content is Bad for SEO and What to Do About It

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 […]
November 8, 2012
SEO Mistakes the Panda and the Penguin Forbid You to Commit

SEO Mistakes the Panda and the Penguin Forbid You to Commit

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 […]
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