Now that’s the good news. The bad news is it’s not always easy. The information available is general and non specific. Everyone has an opinion and if you’ve been hit, it’s devastating. Truth of the matter, even if you didn’t get hit, you need to know how to keep your site or any site you might build Panda and Penguin friendly. Most good SEO’s are great at SEO. Usually they suck at writing copy. Meet my friend Eric–he falls into that category.
You might have noticed a change in your organic rankings in the last few weeks. Google has yet again updated it’s algorthm–this time to get rid of what it considers web spam. So, we can all grumble, but we need to cooperate with the big G.The below article goes into what penguin is and how we can use it to our advantage.
Life After Google Penguin – Going Beyond the Name
May 16, 2012
In looking back at my recent posts here it seems, though not by design, there was a theme emerging. Have a look…
I find it remarkable that there is such a frenzy because of the recent Google Updates. Search Engine Land has it right–go back to the basics when it comes to Local Marketing. Check out their article on five things you can do to increase local visibility.
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