Term archive for "Google Panda"

Have You Seen the SEO Light?

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For some time now, we’ve touted the importance of consistent, quality content and user satisfaction over the classic SEO techniques. Big name tech and business publications like Forbes and Mashable have even gone so far as to speculate the “Death of SEO.” Though we certainly wouldn’t denounce SEO best practices, we do agree that the… Continue Reading »

Panda 4.0: A Reminder for SEO Lessons that Bear Repeating

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Google rolled out yet another Panda update, known has Panda 4.0, at the end of May, affecting up to 7.5% of search queries – which is a greater impact than all Panda updates and data refreshes since its initial launch. This update continues to target sites with low quality or duplicate content, specifically hitting sites… Continue Reading »

SEO: Satisfaction Getting Lost in the Shuffle

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Between link building, title tags, cross linking, pushing out fresh content, and optimizing your copy with your keywords it’s easy for the main goal of search engines – to produce satisfying results to the user – to get lost in the shuffle. Yet Google uses satisfaction as a ranking factor. In fact, Moz.com speculates that… Continue Reading »

SEO Misconceptions Straight from the Horse’s Mouth

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Each week, Matt Cutts, head of Google’s Webspam team, posts informative videos on the Google Webmasters YouTube Channel on recent updates, webmaster tips and other Google News. Recently, he shared a video titled, “What are some misconceptions in the SEO industry?” that hit close to home for us. Below are the insights that he shared… Continue Reading »