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Google Finally Launches Another Penguin Update

Google Finally Launches Another Penguin Update

By Chris Crum

Webmasters and SEOs have been waiting for Google to launch a new Penguin update for over a year, and now they've finally gotten what they asked for. The company launched the update on Friday night, and it's apparently already completed the roll out. That went much more quickly than ...

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