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    Chris Akin said: ?
    I so disagree that Panda is all about the user experience. It's all about the user experience IF you are marketing locally only. If you do business throughout the world, Panda is a disaster.


    Searchies ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus, post: 215697
    Chris Akin said: ?
    ... Searchies ???
    This could be part of his problem - autocomplete notwithstanding, apparently you have to be able to spell reasonably well to get decent results...
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    yes it has absolutly affected the SEO allover the world,

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    Def a fantastic post!

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    By the way, for those who haven't heard about this, almost 2 weeks ago, Google announced the EMD Update. This consists in a new filter that won't allow that low-quality sites to be on top of Google's search results simply because they have search terms in their domain names. Seems like EMD will be updated on a periodic basis. Pay attention: those affected may escape the next EMD update, while others not hit this time could get caught up in the future For further infos about this update and others, read [EDIT: Link removed. Even though I don't think it's a link drop, the site itself is run in the interest of shameless self-promotion. TheGAME1264]
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    The key to the previous post is..... Their definition of "low quality site"... An EMD that has conent in relation to their domain name will not be negatively affected by this update.

    Why? Because a domain name like "engineblocks.com", that is selling everything except engine blocks shouldn't be found in search results for "engine blocks". But the update won't affect their search results for other items and categories that they are selling and have decent content about. Like say, ignition systems.

    This particular update has been around for a while and in effect, they never publicly acknowledged it, I'm actually suprised that they did.

    EMD In regards to SEO has been discounted to marginal if not minimal effects by anyone knowledgeable of SEO for sometime.

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    This is just it...if it were really a factor, then most sites that "rank" and "have ranked" for some time wouldn't have. For example...Kijiji. What in the blue HELL is a Kijiji? It's not an exact match for anything. I'm not even sure it's a word in any language. But it shows up for various queries, and has for quite some time. There are several other examples (Amazon, eBay, Craigslist, Facebook, Yelp) of this as well.

    I'm personally convinced that Google only made the announcement as a bit of a red herring to fish out wannabe SEOs. They do a really good job of staying about 5 steps ahead of those guys (not that it's hard when most of them are trained parrots.)
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    Oh yeah, I agree. Those evil bear sanctions. DAMN GOOGLE AND THEIR EVIL BEAR.

    SEO is the easiest industry to be involved with. If rankings improve, it's because of your skills as an SEO. If they decline, it's because Google messed with the algorithm. Heads I win, tails you obviously doctored the coin.
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    All these are Google's effort to offer user the best possible search results. It is their game, virtually had left us no choices, but to fine tune our websites in tandem with their "mighty algo" demands. Panda did a content purging, and many sites had bored the brunt. But real ones who relied greatly on "quality content" not only survived but take advantage of the situation to get into the forefront.

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    Penguin update treats with scanning through link profile of a site. You have to check the links pointing the site by using tools like AHREFS and set up a rundown of low-quality links. You will have to try to get those links deleted like emailing the website admin.

    Here's what you have to do:
    1. Find out the link that make you affected by Penguin, delete or disavow them
    2. Try to acquire high quality links to improve your site's reputation (Remember not to buy them)
    3. Update your content and promote them on social network to drive more organic traffic


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