What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?
By Matt Cutts
Tags » Google Updates
Friday 4th Oct, was the one of the great day in SEO industry as Google announce their Penguin 2.1 update. Matt-Cutts, the head of spam team at Google, confirmed that update. 315 more words
There’s the famous saying of ‘watching paint dry’ to describe something that is boring but imagine writing a blog about how paint dries. Some companies may not seem particularly exciting at a first glance but it is your job as a marketer to make it seem interesting. 691 more words
Panda Updates aimed to lower the rank of “Low-Quality sites” or “Thin sites” and return higher quality sites high in SERP.
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Changes to Google’s algorithms have had a huge impact on the way that online marketers have to work. The biggest difference now is that there is a huge clamp down on poor quality content and spammy links, giving you only one true option – white hat SEO; it’s now go ethical or go bust. 455 more words
The bane of most search marketers’ existence is search query ambiguity. Is a user searching for interested in an illicit affair or a piece of antique oak furniture for his bedroom? 243 more words