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Big Sites vs. Small Sites

There’s been much debate around the web on whether Google favors larger websites over smaller websites in terms of performance on SERPs. Based on reports from a lot of SEOs, evidence seem to support the idea that larger sites perform better on Google. So what are the implications for smaller sites? Is it “go big […]

Google Update or Google Dance?

There has been some talk around the web on sites like SEO Roundtable, Google Webmaster Help and Webmasterworld that Google rolled out another update this past weekend. As Google’s Matt Cutts has mentioned, Panda updates are still occurring monthly, over the course of a ten day time period. So was there an update last Friday? […]

Content Remains King

As Jori mentioned last week, the recent Panda update was pretty anti-climatic, in the best way possible. While we are seeing more positive fluctuation than negative, for those seeing bigger dips than normal, there does seem to be a common thread among all. Content, or I should say, the lack there of, seems to continue […]

Play Nice with Penguin

On April 24, 2012, Google updated their algorithm under the not-so-ominous codename “Penguin”. Penguin targets websites that violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. But what does that actually mean? As an SEO Manager, here are some ways I’ve seen Penguin alter the search engine optimization landscape: Metadata It has become increasingly important to make title tags and meta descriptions […]

Another Google Algorithm Update?!

Recently, we wrote a blog post about Google updating their algorithm more than ever. Since that post, Google introduced 2 updates. One was on April 17th 2012, which was really just an update to help them filter out park domains. Then on the 24th, they rolled out a whole new ranking update that influenced many […]