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

    But Google denied Penguin (or some other spam effort) was rolling out. Others saw this too, and several of us thought it could be the start of a Penguin update (or some type of major update). Now that the dust has settled, it's clear that Panda 4.0...

  2. Not Ranking in Google: Is a Manual Penalty, Algorithmic Change, or Content to Blame?

    For example the Penguin algorithm, which is targeted towards web spam, or the Panda algorithm, which is targeted towards quality content on the web. Between major algorithms like Panda and Penguin, and just plain old everyday Google algorithmic...

  3. How Link Building Changed in 2013

    There were Penguin recoveries during Panda updates as well. There were a few others, but in terms of ones that affected link building, we still mainly had to fear Penguin. Penguin updated in May and then in October, with both updates causing havoc...

  4. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Penguin, Google’s Spam Strategy t touched by Penguin, the webspam team’s response was, “Ok, well we can turn that dial higher. Spam networks are still on Google’s radar and they are still bringing them down and taking action against them.

  5. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    An in-depth session at SES San Francisco 2013, Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda, looked at the types of Google penalties and algorithm updates that can impact your site, why your site may have been affected, and how to recover.

  6. How to Check the Status of Google Penguin Link Removals Using Screaming Frog or Deep Crawl

    Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts announced that Penguin 2.0 went live on May 22 and webmasters braced for the worst. I've done a lot of Penguin work since April 24, 2012 when Penguin 1.0 first rolled out, and I was fully prepared to begin...