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After Panda & Penguin, is Google Living Up to Its Great Expectations?

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Google is a complicated “piece” of software that is being updated constantly, with each update theoretically bringing new fixes and improvements. But Google is still cluttered with spam and relying on outdated ranking techniques. Can Google evolve? Google is a complicated “piece” of software that is being updated constantly, with each update theoretically bringing new fixes and improvements. But Google is still cluttered with spam and relying on outdated ranking techniques. Can Google evolve? 0 Comments

Page Quality, Local & Ranking Changes Top List of 65 Latest Google Search Updates

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Many of the 65 algorithmic and search changes Google made in August and September were related to local search results, snippets and sitelinks, and producing better results based on query intent. Were Panda and EMD updates skipped over? Many of the 65 algorithmic and search changes Google made in August and September were related to local search results, snippets and sitelinks, and producing better results based on query intent. Were Panda and EMD updates skipped over? 0 Comments

Website Traffic Down? Might Be Google EMD Update, Might Be New Panda Update

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Google has confirmed that a Panda update rolled out almost simultaneously with their recent Exact Match Domain update, causing much confusion amongst webmasters, who may not be able to determine which update caused a drop in search traffic. Google has confirmed that a Panda update rolled out almost simultaneously with their recent Exact Match Domain update, causing much confusion amongst webmasters, who may not be able to determine which update caused a drop in search traffic. 0 Comments

Google Warns of Upcoming Exact Match Domain Algorithm Change

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A tweet from Google’s head of web spam spells trouble for webmasters who have relied on keywords in their domain name to rank. Google's latest algorithm change is meant to reduce low quality exact match domains in search results. A tweet from Google’s head of web spam spells trouble for webmasters who have relied on keywords in their domain name to rank. Google's latest algorithm change is meant to reduce low quality exact match domains in search results. 0 Comments