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Google Algorithm Changes For May: Big List Released

We’ve all been waiting for it, and now it’s here: Google’s monthly list of algorithm changes for May. This time, it’s 39 changes (less than last month). Of particular note, Google says it made a couple of adjustments to Penguin: Improvements to Penguin. [launch codename “twref2”, project codename “Page Quality”] This month […]

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Google Algorithm Changes For April: Big List Released

As expected, Google has finally released its big list of algorithm changes for the month of April. It’s been an interesting month, to say the least, with not only the Penguin update, but a couple of Panda updates sprinkled in. cheaper viagra levitra cialis There’s not a whole lot about […]

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Google Introduces New Pagination Tags, Pushes ‘View-All’ Pages

Google has introduced two new link elements to show Google the schematic relationships of documents that span multiple pages and better identify duplicate content. Google also emphasized they want to show single-page versions in search results. Pagination & SEO Simply, pagination is the sequential numbering of pages. In reference to […]

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The Google Panda Algorithm Update

It”s official, what was suggested websites and the people that own them  has become a reality in February 2011. The latest algorithm update, officially referred to as Google Panda, has impacted sites that apparently were not practicing Google Caffeine based SEO Internet Marketing much in the same way Google Mayday […]

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hiybbprqag?So Google can fix the SERPs after all

The fun fallout over the whole Bing-plagiarising-Google thing is quite the thing today (in case you missed it, Danny Sullivan has the definitive explanation). But apart from the “is this stealing” hoo-ha, there’s a more interesting philosophical point bubbling below the surface. For years, and right up to the present […]

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