May. 15, 2012
It has now been 3 weeks since Google unrolled its algorithm changes, better known as Google Penguin. Many businesses and customers of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) are still feeling the brunt and the consequences of these changes. This article seeks the answers with the intent to inform you of your next step.
Following these guidelines will help your website be easily found, ranked and indexed. This is important, especially if your site was hit by the Google Penguin algorithim changes.
Design & Content Guidelines
Make reasonable efforts to ensure that advertisements do not affect search engine rankings.
To read more about the guidelines click here.
Google Penguin is an ongoing project. It tags things that it thinks is spam. Matt Cutts assures Google users and customers that things will recover. However, it still remains to be seen whether this will be the case.
For now, he offers one tip to website owners. He directs them to clean up the spam or start all over again. Once done, he encourages website owners to reapply for reconsideration.
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