The Google mobile update is set to affect all websites on a bigger scale than the Panda and Penguin. Learn how you can get your content in shape to prepare. The post How to Write For Google’s Impending Mobile Algorithm Update by @JuliaEMcCoy appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
As Mobilegeddon approaches this Tuesday, April 21st, it’s important to remind everyone about the enormity of this update. Consider how many websites were affected the the Panda algorithm rolled out (12% of search queries), and then again when Google released its Penguin algorithm update (3.1% of search queries). Show More Summary
In case you haven’t heard, there is a deadline pending. And if you own a website, this has everything to do with you. Here's how to avoid being slapped by Google's next update. The post Google’s Next Update Will Be Bigger Than Panda. Here’s How To Avoid The Slap. appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
Is Google Panda real-time, or has it been missing in action since October 2014? Glenn Gabe looks to clear up Panda confusion by explaining the evolution of Panda updates, what we can expect in 2015, and how it can impact business owners, webmasters, and SEOs.
If you’re like many bloggers and content creators, you’ve struggled since the “Panda” update trickled throughout Google’s search algorithm. For several years Keywords were the gold standard of the land, and not throwing in a few for the SEO spiders was basically throwing your post to the wind. Show More Summary
Every year, Google pushes out major and minor updates to its algorithm in its attempt to weed out spam in various forms from content, links, and ads. Google’s ongoing fight against spammy links that impact the quality of search results has seen plenty of websites lose their traffic and rankings. Show More Summary
Change might not always be fun, but sometimes it is necessary to get ahead in the game of Google. Over the last several months, Google has rolled out two fresh updates to shake up the bad content and spammy link world once again: Panda and Penguin. Show More Summary
It's official. Panda 4.0 has officially hit the Google search results. Google and Matt Cutts have confirmed Panda 4.0 began rolling out yesterday, and it has caused some waves in the search results along with an update targeting spammy queries.
With the exception of historic changes to Google’s algorithm, such as the Panda and Penguin updates that fundamentally changed the way website publishers had to approach their optimization strategies, algorithm updates should not receive nearly as much
This is a guest contribution from Rizvan Ullah. Many people have been affected by the chain of Google Panda updates which began to roll out in February 2011. With an influx of information readily available, it’s become more important to provide only the best results for those using Google while skimming through search results. Google [...]Show More Summary
The newest Google Panda update proves yet again that there is no replacement for quality content.
Most people reading this probably do some blogging SEO. And everyone knows about Google updates like Panda and Penguin. If you’re interested in all of that you might also be critical of the way Google sometimes favors certain websites in the search results – even when they might not deserve it. It can seem really...
Pierre Far, Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google UK, announced on Google+ last night that a new Panda update is rolling out. The update began rolling out earlier this week, and Far says he expects to have everything done by sometime next week. Show More Summary
When is the next Panda or penguin update starting? There are several tools that track Google algorithm changes by analyzing search engine rankings and search results for thousands of websites and... Read more Read full original article at 4 Free Tools to Track Google Algorithm Updates Daily ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
Editor Note: Google hasn’t officially said much about “Pigeon,” so the author uses sources that have tried to compile what we do know so far about this newer update. Penguin, Panda, Pigeon, and Hummingbird: These may sound like species...Show More Summary
Keyword stuffing and sales optimized business pages do not work anymore. Google has become clever; hence, ever since the beginning of 2011, the continued Panda updates have caused many established online business owners to lose their SERP positions and thus, their businesses have suffered a lot. Show More Summary
At the end of May, I wrote a round-up post of expert opinions on the latest big Google updates: Panda 4.0 and Payday Loan 2.0. Now that it’s been a month or so, I thought I’d ask another group of experts for their opinion on how the update has continued to be reflected in their clients and their own SEO progress. Show More Summary
The recent Panda 4.0 update which was rolled out on May 20th 2014 has created quite a storm. The update definitely shifted things around because people didn’t know what to expect. Google implemented these search updates because theyShow More Summary
Posted by Cyrus-Shepard I used to laugh at the idea of Hummingbird optimization. In a recent poll, Moz asked nearly 300 marketers which Google updated affected their traffic the most. Penguin and Panda were first and second, followed...Show More Summary