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New Google Penguin Update Coming, Will Refresh Faster

New Google Penguin Update Coming, Will Refresh Faster

By Chris Crum

Google's Penguin update is notorious for taking an extremely long time to get refreshed, leaving sites negatively impacted by it out of luck until Google finally pushes a refresh through. You can make all the changes you want in an effort to recover, but if Google doesn't refresh it, it's ...

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