Almost all webmasters knows that Google use upto 200 signals to give a rank to a website, and usually Google update its algorithm at number of times every year. Recently Google announced hummingbird and Google Penguin 2.1 update and also cleared in conference that Hummingbird is a major update since last 3 years. Now search result […]
A 10-Step Plan for How To Recover From Penguin 2.0
If your site recently took a hit in the search engine rankings, there’s a good chance that you were impacted by Google’s Penguin 2.0 update. Rolled out on May 22nd, Penguin 2.0 was a continuation of the earlier Penguin updates designed to penalize sites engaged in abusive SEO practices. While the earlier, feared Panda updates […]
Will Classical Link Building Techniques be on the way out in 2013?
The release of the Penguin update saw webmasters overhauling their link building strategies and the rise of a new breed of SEOs who are figuring out more inventive ways of building links; there has been a paradigm shift from the business of building links to earning or attracting links. This has also led to people […]
[Infographic] Post-Penguin Google Analysis (and How to Adapt to It)
It’s been more than a year since Google first introduced Penguin Algorithm Update. How has Google search result changed? Did Google Penguin kill off link spam as it promised? What makes site rank high on Google today (and what will cause penalty)? How do SEOs adapt to the new post-Penguin Google? Last month (April), I […]
Does Google Hate Small Businesses?
With another Panda update round the corner and Penguin 4 in the works, it looks like we can expect another round of SEOs hating on Google more than Dog the Bounty Hunter hates scissors near the back of his neck. With the inevitable knock downs and knock outs from SERPs that these updates will bring, […]