Online business owners never seem to be able to let their guard down for more than a day or two, before Google comes along and once again slaps them in the face with a rather terrifying algorithm update. And in the latest instance, talk of the town is centred around Google’s Merchant Quality Update – [...]Read More
The fact that Google are clamping down on low quality content and web spam is old news. All good SEO practitioners know that white hat is the only way forward, and the penalties of taking part in dubious tactics will ultimately mean a reduced ranking for any website. For the first time though, Google has [...]Read More google, Google algorithm updates, Google manual actions, SEO
Under the Google system of old, searchers would see results based entirely on the terms that they had typed in. The websites that showed up were the ones that had been optimised for defined keywords, through the creation of keyword optimised content. This is still true, to an extent. Type in the word ‘American Football’ and [...]Read More google, Google algorithm updates, Local SEO, matt cutts, SEO, social media
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