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Impacted By Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update?

Impacted By Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update?

By Chris Crum April 27, 2015

On April 21, Google began rolling out its mobile-friendly update, which makes the mobile-friendliness of a site a ranking signal. It has largely become known as “Mobilegeddon” by publications with a flare for the dramatic, as this name was given …

Google Launches New Version Of Payday Loan Algorithm Google Launches New Version Of Payday Loan Algorithm

Last month, Google rolled out two major updates to its algorithm around the same time – new versions of the famous Panda update and the “Payday Loans” update, which is one of its ways of fighting spam. A newer version …

Facebook News Feed Update Earned This Site More Likes In 2 Months Than In Previous 5 Years Facebook News Feed Update Earned This Site More Likes In 2 Months Than In Previous 5 Years

BuzzFeed isn’t the only winner from Facebook’s recent “Panda” update. Mental Floss has made out incredibly well too, according to a Poynter report. Have Facebook’s recent changes to News Feed ranking affected your Facebook traffic? Let us know in the …

Google Updated The Page Layout Algorithm Last Week Google Updated The Page Layout Algorithm Last Week
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Google’s Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that the search engine launched a data refresh for its “page layout” algorithm last week. If you’ll recall, this is the Google update that specifically looks at how much content a page has “above …

Facebook Gets Its Own Panda Update Facebook Gets Its Own Panda Update
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As reported earlier this week, Facebook has made some changes to how it ranks content in the news feed, putting a greater emphasis on content quality. The update may have a significant impact on how visible your site’s content will …

Google Goes After ‘Payday Loans’ And Other Spam With New Algorithm Update Google Goes After ‘Payday Loans’ And Other Spam With New Algorithm Update
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Google’s Matt Cutts announced that Google has “started” a new ranking update to help clean up some spammy queries. It’s one of the changes that Cutts warned us about in that big video a while back. We just started a …

These Are The Top Losers From Google’s New Penguin Update, According To Searchmetrics These Are The Top Losers From Google’s New Penguin Update, According To Searchmetrics
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As it typically does with many major Google algorithm updates, Searchmetrics has released of the top losers from the Google Penguin 2.0, which the search engine rolled out this week. Based on this list, some big brands like Dish and …

Google Launches New Page Layout Update (Yes, ANOTHER Update) Google Launches New Page Layout Update (Yes, ANOTHER Update)
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Google is on a roll with these updates. I think webmasters are starting to understand what Google’s Matt Cutts meant when he said a while back that updates would start getting “jarring and jolting”. It seems, that rather than one …

Google Panda Update: New Data Refresh Rolls Out Google Panda Update: New Data Refresh Rolls Out
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Google tweeted late last night that it has begun rolling out a new data refresh of the Panda update. The refresh affects about 1% of search results in a noticeable way, according to the company. Follow @google A Googler @google …

Google Panda Update: Google Rolls Out Data Refresh Google Panda Update: Google Rolls Out Data Refresh
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Google just announced via Twitter that it started rolling out a Panda refresh on Friday. According to the company, less than 1% of queries are noticeably affected in the U.S. Worldwide, 1% are apparently affected. Google told us earlier this …

Google Algorithm Changes For May: Big List Released Google Algorithm Changes For May: Big List Released
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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: …

Google Penguin Update: Webmasters Wondering If Another One Came Out Google Penguin Update: Webmasters Wondering If Another One Came Out

Update: Google says there has not been another one. As usual, webmasters are speculating about the latest big name Google algorithm change as some have experienced sudden traffic issues. This has happened quite frequently since last year’s Panda update was …

Google Tweaks Algorithm To Surface More Authoritative Results Google Tweaks Algorithm To Surface More Authoritative Results
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Who you are matters more in search than ever. This is reflected in search engines’ increased focus on social signals, and especially with authorship markup, which connects the content you produce with your Google profile, and ultimately your Google presence. …

Google Webspam Algorithm Update Draws Mixed Reviews From Users Google Webspam Algorithm Update Draws Mixed Reviews From Users
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Google’s Matt Cutts has been talking about leveling the playing field for sites that don’t participate in “over-optimization”. Last month at SXSW, Cutts made something of a pre-announcement about such changes, and it looks like a major part of these …

Google Webspam Update: Where’s The Viagra? [Updated] Google Webspam Update: Where’s The Viagra? [Updated]
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Update: Viagra.com is back at number one. As you may know, Google launched a new algorithm update, dubbed the Webspam Update. According to Google, it’s designed to keep sites engaging in black hat SEO tactics from ranking. The update is …

Google Panda Update: Data Refresh Hit Last Week Google Panda Update: Data Refresh Hit Last Week
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On the 17th, we wrote about some webmasters who were suspecting a major update from Google. Google’s Matt Cutts has now come out and said that there was a Panda refresh around the 19th. They just didn’t say anything about …

Google Webspam Update: Losers & Winners, According To Searchmetrics [Updated] Google Webspam Update: Losers & Winners, According To Searchmetrics [Updated]
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Update: It turns out that Google launched a Panda refresh a few days ago, and Matt Cutts says this is more likely the culprit for Searchmetrics’ lists. Danny Sullivan has Cutts’ comment: There’s a pretty big flaw with this “winner/loser” …