Posted by randfish The Hummingbird update was different from the major algorithm updates like Penguin and Panda, revising core aspects of how Google understands what it finds on the pages it crawls. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand...Show More Summary
Online marketing has changed dramatically in the past few years. When Google released search their Panda and Penguin algorithm updates, many website owners were sent scrambling as they watched their site’s rank slip. But not all online marketers found Google’s updates to be devastating. Show More Summary
Following the Penguin and Panda Google Updates, guest blogging has become a massive part of online life. Do you use guest bloggers to produce content? Have you shied away from using them due to lack of quality? Do you feel that guest...Show More Summary
Voucher sites and car classifieds websites were among the industries hit hardest by Google's Panda updates. But some sites have snatched recoveries from the jaws of Panda and have now seen traffic return – and even grow. Here's how they did it.
Last month I made some classic mistakes when I reported the 10 day panda update and learned how important it is to our community that we always back up our assertions with claims and not forget the difference between causality and correlation. Show More Summary
Panda? Penguin? No. Understanding Google's Vince update – which gave more preference to "big brands" in Google’s search results – is perhaps the most important update that you can understand, to help get your SEO programs on track.
I have been running Crenk since the beginning (2008). Crenk in a previous life was all about technology news and reviews. However, that all stopped when Google changed their algorhythm (Panda update). Crenk we from having millions of readers per month to only having a few thousand. Panda killed a huge numbers of blogs and [...]
Google confirmed the rollout of the latest Panda update last month and many webmasters recovered at various levels. This post provides three examples of recoveries, including Phantom and Penguin recoveries during the latest Panda update.
The summer of 2013 has been full of Google updates. The last major update Google released was the Penguin 2.0 update. A few days ago they released their newest Panda update. Rather than rolling out all the changes in a day or a couple of days, Google is spreading them out in a soft manner, [...]Show More Summary
Despite Google saying they would no longer confirm any rolling Panda updates, they seem to have gone back on that and confirmed that a new Panda began going live on July 18. This update doesn't seem to have as wide of an impact as previous ones.
For many SEO affiliates, the last year was a very tough one, especially because of the two Google updates: Panda and Penguin. Here are two strategies for affiliates to develop and sustain success heading forward, by applying the AIDA model to SEO.
Imagine a competitor using Google's Panda and Penguin updates against your site. Imagine your rankings crumbling into ashes because someone else has it in for you. Imagine your traffic and conversions rates plummeting not because you engaged in any iffy SEO practices, but because someone else wants you to fail so they can succeed. That's [...]Show More Summary
Is your site affected by Google Panda or Penguin updates? The Google penalty checker is a nifty tool to help you find out if your website was affected during different Google algorithmic Panda or Penguin updates. Fruition has created the...
Every month I like to take a moment to recognize the top authors and posts for the previous month. June went by so fast. Hopefully you’re all recovering from the recent Google updates. #1 – Linkbuilding in a post Panda & Penguin world It’s evident that this post was the top post, as it pulled [...]Show More Summary
Are algorithmic updates created solely to force webmasters to buy ads and increase Google's bottom line? While it's no conspiracy that Google wants to make profits, Google's Matt Cutts says updates are only designed to improve the user experience.
It is coming up to a year ago now that we were employed by a big company here in the United Kingdom to recover their website from a crash in Google rankings following the Penguin update. On 17 April 2012, their website was hit by the Google Penguin update. Unsurprisingly, their traffic plummeted, losing more [...]Show More Summary
They called it Google Panda update #25, and it was meant to be possibly the last announced update which striked on March 15, 2013, after...
It’s been more than two years since Google released Panda and nearly a year since the debut of the Penguin update. In that time, we’ve seen some massive changes in how search results are tabulated and presented to the general web-browsing public. SERPs have become more intuitive, user-friendly and in some cases unnervingly anticipatory. As [...]Show More Summary