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Google Page Rank Update Has Arrived

Google Page Rank Update Has Arrived

Google Page Rank Update is the latest from the search engine giant. Webmasters are reporting fluctuations in PR, and there are strong reasons to believe that the new update has been sweeping the web to commend good work done recently.

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Google Panda update on 22 January 2013 is of the opinion that using aggressive link spam techniques to influence website performance on search engines can damage long term prospects. Social media sharing, user engagement through genuine forum & blog work, and frequent fresh content will lead future SEO processes.

The idea is ‘to work with Google and not against Google’.

Check your latest page rank status here.

Google wishes to make search engines more informative and useful to web users. A website that keeps the same in mind while undertaking SEO processes is going to benefit in the long run.

Page Rank Update of 4 February 2013 has further confirmed the importance of fresh content and social media as our clients and in-house platforms have benefited from it.

Stay away from those who promise quick page rank and SE improvements; put your trust in an experienced and up-to-date SEO firm only.

Google Panda Update on 22 Jan 2013-1.2% Of Search Queries Impacted

We recently reported news about SERP fluctuations on 17 January 2013 from all over the world. Forum and Twitter world were laden with reports of lost rankings from remorseful businesses and website owners. While no official update came in past few days, Google has finally spoken;

Though the announcement made on Twitter doesn’t hold any direct connection with what happened five days ago, it will surely affects webmasters and businesses. Panda hit low quality websites hard, also taking down unsuspecting businesses. What would new Panda data refresh bring for such business owners? Further downfall or improvement?

Well, this is something only Google can tell.
The tweet also reported that 1.2% of English queries have been affected. Though the number is quite diminutive as compared to the humungous 12 % rankings damage when Panda first appeared, it would surely add to the uproar on the forums world.

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A data refresh seems tolerable but could SEO world bear a totally new update that would gnaw through the business of web entrepreneurs?

Well, only time will tell.


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