In the advent of recent algorithm updates, we’ll look at how to strategically approach content pruning as part of your SEO and content marketing strategy.
Tag: Google Algorithm
Google dropped the “helpful content update” which puts an emphasis on rewarding people-first content that provides a satisfying user experience.
Panda and Penguin are two important Google algorithm updates. Let’s look at some reasons why and differences between the two.
Google’s Penguin algorithm targets websites with link issues. It’s now more important than ever for site owners to understand how it can affect rankings.
From backlinks to keywords and mobile optimization, there isn’t an aspect of search that Google hasn’t covered with their algorithms. Let this timeline serve as a guide to developing and maintaining an SEO strategy that will create a positive user experience and boost your rankings.
A look at how Google determines where your website ranks in search results.
Whether you’re a webmaster, an SEO or a business owner with a website, Google’s Panda and Penguin updates shouldn’t be anything new to you.
Matt goes on to explain that there are two classifications of penalties to include “Manual” and “Algorithmic” penalties. Manual can include spam reports while algorithm based penalties could include keyword stuffing, cloaking, etc.