A massive Google update has been unleashed and hit content publishers hard. Here’s why it’s a big reminder to keep on top of your SEO strategy.
Google’s been quiet on the update front but that’s all set to change in the next few weeks. Here’s why you need a progressive, white hat SEO strategy.
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Google has released Penguin 3.0, a refresh of its algorithm designed to combat spam and penalise sites that practise unethical link building for rankings.
An extortion group has been targeting people demanding money or they’ll be the victims of link spam. Google offer little help so what steps should you take?
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Google’s Head of Webspam flexed his muscles last week when he confirmed via his Twitter account that his team “took action on several thousand linksellers in a paid-link-that-passes-PageRank network” on 15 May.
There has been a flurry of Google activity recently that’s caught the eyes of the search community. Here are 5 recent Google changes to be aware of.
Google’s Head of Webspam Matt Cutts has confirmed that the next generation of Penguin is on its way and also says the new release will be significant.