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  1. More Panda 4.0 Findings: Syndication, User Engagement, Indexation & Keyword Hoarding

    So, it looks like Google began pre-rolling Panda out a few days prior to the announcement (which I have seen in the past with major algorithm updates). Maybe it was Google tweaking the algorithm based on initial findings and then re-rolling it out.

  2. How to Avoid Mobile Ranking Pitfalls by Assessing Mobile Engagement

    The importance of optimizing for mobile is clear as user engagement is a part of Google's ranking algorithm. In an example used by Google, it was determined that after hearing the announcement of Android wearables (largely featuring hip-looking...

  3. 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...

  4. Facebook Update Targets News Feed Spam: Posts 'Explicitly' Asking for Likes, Comments, Shares

    Now Facebook seems to be directly targeting marketers that are overusing particular marketing strategies, similar to how we've seen Google make changes to their algorithm target and penalize SEO tactics that moved from an acceptable tactic to a...

  5. The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence in Search: An SEO Opportunity

    Then in September 2013, Google announced its recent, quiet launch of a new algorithm they called Hummingbird. For an algorithm, even detecting them as such can be challenging – comprehending them is still next to impossible.

  6. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    While no algorithm is perfect – and Google cannot prevent paedophiles adding new images to the web – these changes have cleaned up the results for over 100,000 queries that might be related to the sexual abuse of kids," he wrote.

  7. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    Trends change everyday and are determined through an algorithm that takes who you follow as well as your location into consideration. Twitter will then take this tweet and put it at the top of relevant SERPs (people searching on Twitter for...