Google Zen – Finding Balance in Site Optimization

Finding a balance between quality content and optimization has always been a challenge to those in the SEO industry. Most of us at some point have been guilty of over-optimizing...

Newest Panda Attacks Onsite Optimization

Google will be penalizing websites that overuse onsite optimization tactics. Matt Cutts of Google, announced the new algorithm update during a panel discussion with Danny...

Panda 3.3: Building a Better Panda

Following up on my previous blog post from Monday where I recapped the launch and implementation of the Google Algorithm update affectionately known as "Panda."...

One Year After the Panda Attack

It has been just over one year since the Panda Algorithm produced a prolific amount of pandemonium across the World Wide Web. I came across this great infographic posted...

Panda’s take on Popular vs. Productive

I’ve seen a few SEO blog posts recently on post-panda content concerns that unsurprisingly contradict each other. The “popular” camp seem to feel the following...

Resurrecting Dead Backlinks

I came across a great post today from JR Cooper on the SEOMoz site in which he was discussing how to use backlink checkers to find broken links and how to use these to obtain...

Early October SEO Shakeups at Google

New panda updates that target tag clouds and forum links? New paid adwords seems to be diminishing the quality of the free service? Landing page quality score improvements...

Panda Talk

Back at SES Toronto I had the pleasure of sitting on a panel with Thom Craver, Garry Przyklenk,  and Terry Van Horne with Jonathan Allen moderating; chatting and answering...

Panda 2.2 – Don’t Poke the Panda

Just when you thought you had heard enough about Panda, whispers of a new update to the algorithm began a few weeks ago when webmasters began reporting more ranking fluctuations...
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