If you've been involved in SEO or marketing over the past few years, you're undoubtedly aware of Google's Panda update. However, what you may not know is that Panda has recently undergone some pretty significant changes. This post will get you up to date on those changes, as well as [...]
Image credit: Rand Marketing Penguin, Panda, and Pigeon. The much hyped Mobilegeddon. The rise (and meteoric fall) of Google Authorship. The importance of local SEO. Keeping pace with Google's constant SEO updates for just one year is enough to give anyone whiplash. Show More Summary
At the start of 2016, Google resolved to make changes with a new core update – one that initially surprised and confused some SEO professionals. The initial reaction was confusion because the changes were not clear about what was expected or there was no context why some changes were made. However, [...]
SEO is a journey, not a destination, and this idea has proven itself true time and time again. Most real estate agents' websites got left behind after Google Panda and Penguin update not because Google prefers big brands such as Zillow, realtor.com and Trulia websites...
Google has rolled out dozens of updates over the years, from Penguin to Panda, and most recently its core ranking algorithm update. Each time, how the search engine giant ranked websites changed slightly. However, since 2011, one thing...Show More Summary
We believe this indicates continued challenges from last year’s security breach and Google Panda update, which have impacted traffic on the company’s marketplaces over the past several quarters. In addition, it could also be caused by...Show More Summary
GUEST: For years, the search engine optimization industry has been dominated by Google’s algorithm update. Each time marketers would hear a term like Panda, Pigeon or “Mobilegeddon“, they knew exactly what it meant: a thorough audit of their current website along with a number of improvements necessary to prevent a precarious drop in ranking. But increasingly, […]
Google Algorithm Updates – 2003 to 2015 [Infographic] – Having trouble staying up with Google’s algorithm updates? Not sure if you’re dealing with Pandas or Penguins – or even Hummingbirds, for that matter? No idea what I’m talking about? Have a look at this infographic to see what’s happened and where we’ve been. OnCrawl New Study: [...]Show More Summary
SEJ news and updates about fixing your site after Google's lastest warning, Panda 4.2 roll out, and popular posts this week. The post SEJ Wrap-Up: How to Fix Your Site After Google’s Latest Warning, Panda 4.2 Rolls Out appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Update to Google Algorithm May Benefit Smaller Websites With Better Content
Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed that Google started rolling out Panda update version 4.2 last weekend, affecting 2–3% of queries. The post Google Panda 4.2 Rolling Out Now, Affecting 2-3% of Queries by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
by Mike Moran One of the oddest things about all the updates that Google has made over the last few years concerns the lack of impact that some of the changes have had on some businesses I know. Google Panda and other ranking algorithm changes have caused significant drops in traffic for many of these companies. Show More Summary
It has faced traffic-related challenges owing to a security breach and to updates in the Google Panda algorithm. We expect these headwinds to persist in the near term, as it could take a few more quarters before the company can fully overcome these challenges. Show More Summary
SMX Advanced Attendee's got to hear from one of Google's new Webmaster Trends Analyst torch bearers, Gary Illyes. The post Panda Update, Authorship, & More: An AMA With Google’s Gary Illyes #SMX Advanced Recap by @GregSecrist appeared first on Search Engine Journal.