February 23, 2016 10:32 am
Internet marketers are always on the lookout for announcements from Google when it comes to updates in their algorithms, and for good reason. Such updates can be a real game-changer for SEO experts who are constantly striving to ensure that their webpages are always ranking highly.
But updates like Google Panda can change all that in an instant.
And the thing is, these updates usually hit us like a brick wall with little lead-up or warning.
There’s buzz out there that Google will be hitting us with a new Panda update. Whether or not that’s true remains to be seen, but here are some things we should all know about it.
February 17, 2016 10:36 am
Google is no stranger to changing things up with their algorithms, and 2016 is starting off just that way. The search engine giant has recently announced an algorithm update, though the details of such an endeavour have not yet been released.
However, just the announcement of another algorithm change alone can put any SEO professional under major stress. After all the work needed to work around current algorithms to make sure that clients’ websites remain on the top of the page ranks, a complete overhaul is typically warranted when such update announcements are made.
September 9, 2015 9:18 am
In case you weren’t aware, Google can make it seem as though your website has dropped off the face of the earth for seemingly no reason. One day you’re getting hefty traffic, and the next day - nada.
Probably the worst part is that most of the time you just don’t know why your site dropped from Page One to Page 100. It happens all the time.
But the good news is, there are some ways to help you minimize the odds of Google dinging your site in the page ranks. Here are some things you should NEVER do, or else you’ll face the wrath of Google.