Internet Marketing and Better Backlinks - Different? Better?
Have you been slapped by Google and their nasty little Penguin Algorhitm Update???
Wasn’t everyone affected?
The thing is it seems the smaller guys out there got affected more than the big guys who’ve been gathering social buzz with all their big ad bufgets pulling in links and likes. It sucks they have an advanatge now.
BUT – don’t worry that the game is over. It’s not the end and you CAN get back on top above amazon, wikipedia and all those big corpoartions whose websites are now on top of a lot of search results on Google…
Just create good content and fight back! You need to go out there and get back on top!
You can do it!
A lot of sites were deindexed by Google in late March 2012 and it had a far reaching imact. (continued – read more of this article…)
Is there an angry Penguin bearing down on you?
Change is GOOD (but Damn that penguin!)
Hi, it’s Mike Liebner here with a few words on the ever changing SEO landscape.
There has been a lot of confusion and misinformation going around these days regarding changes Google has made to their search engine results. It started about a month ago with the deindexing of a lot of websites and once again the past week with new changes how Google is ranking websites in search results.
A lot of confused people are speculating about things that don’t have any real world proof of and are passing the info around as if it is factual.
Google loves when people pass around all kinds of bad intelligence because the NOISE helps make it more confusing for SEO type people to “manipulate Google” for top rankings.
It’s understanding to expect that Google wants to show good results, but the problem is that when major changes such as with this so called Penguin update affect so many legitimate websites and businesses, that people start to yell and scream and panic.
There are actually petitions being passed around to demand that Google do something to fix what they just did.
Good luck with that!
Here is the Google Penguin petition if you want to read it.
I suggest instead of hoping that someone else will FIX the problems you may have encountered that you accept a little responsibility and put some effort into finding out the solutions to any losses that you may have incurred from the algo changes.
Try to focus on what you know is really happening – ideally to you and your sites – and don’t make too many assumptions unless you see for yourself they are indeed fact based conclusions.
If you were impacted by the changes Google has been making I sincerely believe you can make changes and do some sensible things to get things back on track.
Now, first off – if you’re in this web publishing thing for the long haul, which I am, you need to adopt an attitude of confidence in your abilities to do better than most other people who plain and simple do not belong here.
We can beat them even IF the rules change. So do not give up.
Simply do what it takes to get back on top.
So what has happened? Has Google made changes to intentionally rub out small timers like you and me? Are they trying to favor the fat cat established authority sites and big corporations and edge out the little guys from the top of the search engines? (continued – read more of this article…)