Moving Past the Google Panda Update!

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 2 Comments

In an Ode to Google Panda – “the most recent” update, overhaul, tweak, change, revision or any other verb you elect to describe this document classifier phenomenon, the fact remains the same that after 14 years of watching search engines, “change is imminent in search engines”, regardless of what or how you name it. Warning Read More

SEO and Google: Protect Your Business from Failure!

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 8 Comments

Google is not making SEO “an easy endeavor” for search engine optimization professionals; who, aside from competition have to wade through the waves, ripples and tides of Google’s increasingly stringent filters and potential algorithmic penalties. What? They changed it again? Such pitfalls (vacillations in search engine rankings) are to be expected, as SEO is based Read More

Warning! Search Engine Algorithm Changes Detected!

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 14 Comments

When rankings vacillate and a website loses position for a conversion-critical keyword, it can be sheer pandemonium for businesses owners, corporate giants or affiliates alike. Surviving Shifts in Search Engine Algorithms There are three things to be said about SEO and search engines (1) they work together wonderfully (like Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate) and Read More

Google Algorithm Changes and SERP Watching

in Search Engine Optimization by Jeffrey_Smith 7 Comments

It is no secret to those involved in SEO that Google has recently rolled-out or is testing some newly enhanced features (for usability and design) as well as tweaks to the ranking algorithm as of late. Google Algorithms Changes and SERP Watching The first wave felt weeks ago has now been dubbed “The Mayday Update”, Read More