Tag Archives: Google updates
How to Survive the SEO-mbie Apocalypse With the Web CEO Survival Guide

Happy Halloween our dear SEOs!

All Hallow’s Eve is destined to bring a lot of frightening fun. With all those jack-o’-lanterns, trick-o-treating and dressing up in freaky costumes, being an SEO you should keep your eyes open. This year SEO Halloween is accompanied by a real SEOmbie Apocalypse. Yes, you heard me right! If you run an online business, the SEOmbie Apocalipse may come to you as well. Horrible SEOmbie monsters like a shambling Panda, a crawling Penguin, a peaky Hummingbird and a spooky Pigeon are crawling in pursuit of your site rankings’ freshness and your traffic savor. Are you equipped enough to protect your site against SEO-mbie attacks? We have prepared the SEOmbie Survival Guide for you to stay BOO-tiful and keep your site safe.

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Content Freshness: I Want Moar Content!

We fielded an interesting SEO question recently. “Is it really important to create more and more content to rank high?” – asked one of the WebCEO users on our Facebook page. By the way, we love to talk and are happy to discuss everything web-related (or not ;).

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Why do search engines like fresh content?

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What Are the Effects of the Pigeon Local Search Algorithm Update for Your Local Business?

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Local business owners should respond positively to a new Google Pigeon Update. Only U.S. local search queries have been effected up until now. There are more changes to come and more queries will be effected.  Search Engine Land says the results interface in the Google Places “7-pack block” and results for queries with location intent are to be displayed with improved distance and location ranking parameters.
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Panda 4.0 Update: Favorites and Outsiders – What Are the Factors of Google’s Betting System?

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Yesterday, we gave you some practical advice on how to avoid the Google Panda Penalty. Today we would like to get a view of how some websites applied (or did not applied) the SEO tactics mentioned in the previous post.

The Google Panda 4.0 Update that was rolled out a few weeks ago has now shown some early results, which reveal both a negative and positive effect on the content shared on the web (depending on the point of view, a user’s or website owner’s).  Users are receiving more relative results for their queries. Given the first reports and complaints I would say that positive effects are greater than negative. Let’s have a quick view of the sites being penalized and rewarded by Google’s Panda 4.0.  The list is not comprehensive, but we can see a definite trend of search visibility losses/gains for some giant websites.
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How to Avoid the Google Panda Penalty with the Web CEO tools

As you know, Panda is a Google filter that seeks to stop spammy (low quality) sites from ranking high in the SERPs.

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In late May the Google Panda 4.0 update was discussed all over the SEO community. The web is full of theoretical advice on how to avoid the Panda penalty. We have some practical tips.

Avoid Exact Match Link Text

Part of any site development is planning how users will navigate the content. In terms of SEO it means that your internal links structure should be well-optimized. Internal links optimization is often ignored, although it is a great method to improve landing (important) pages’ search visibility and to broadcast your website’s theme.
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