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  1. SEO Website Audits: Everything You Need to Know Part II

    Don’t take chances by going cheap and getting information that will end up costing you much more in the long run with lack of positioning, site devaluations, and potential penalties. Never take a penalty situation to someone without a significant...

  2. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    However, the only Google penalties are manual actions. Penguin, Panda, Penalties In fact, if you're talking to a Google engineer, they will correct you by telling you the only penalties are in your Manual Action Viewer.

  3. Search Engine Strategies Coming to Atlanta in July, Registration Now Open

    How to manage link building and content marketing without getting hit by Google Panda, Penguin, or penalties. Search is a huge driver of business (search accounted for 43 percent of all Internet ad revenues in 2013, $18.4 billion, according to the...

  4. Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top Rankings?

    We (the "good guy" SEO companies) keep saying that you "can't do this" (and we have seen penalties and know this to be true), but when the common person is searching for "search engine optimization companies", you would think that after all of...

  5. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Unfortunately, it's hard to reach and educate website owners who aren't involved in the SEO community – as we clearly saw with the number of site owners receiving warnings for unnatural linking penalties due to practices they had no idea went...

  6. How to Build Your First Content Marketing Strategy

    Many sites have also incurred manual penalties that have either caused them to rank much lower in search engine results pages, or become de-indexed completely. And once you've been knocked into search engine oblivion, it's nearly impossible for...

  7. New MPAA Report Blames Google, Search Engines for Piracy

    Each of the politicians said that search companies should do more to protect copyright interests, and that they aid piracy without paying any penalties. The majority of queries, 82 percent came from the largest search engine, Google.