All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Algorithm update’

Matt Cutts: Google’s Updates Are Car Parts, Data Refreshes Are Gas

Google frequently updates its algorithm, and sometimes these updates have huge effects on numerous sites. Panda and Penguin are two of the most well-known these days. Google also launches regular data refreshes for these updates. While even these data refreshes are enough to keep webmasters on their toes, they are much smaller than the updates themselves. Google’s Matt Cutts has …

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Google’s Algorithm Change: When Too Many Ads Attack

If your site looks like one of those “Post No Bills” wall that’s covered in assorted flyers, ads, and various forms of clutter, there’s a good chance Google’s new algorithm change will result in these ad-covered sites being punished, especially if the ad assault appears above the fold. News of Google’s latest algorithm adjustment, something that’s been hinted at before, …

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