Say Goodbye to Low-Quality Link Building.
Well now that we know that the Google Panda update is no joke in the way it has affected high page rank websites and big brands, we need to be more cautious about how it can affect us.
The question we need to ask ourselves now is how this new Panda algorithm will affect our linkbuilding.
Google’s Panda algorithm has uncovered shady linkbuilding methods such as JCPenney, Overstock.com, Forbes and more.
It has also penalized low quality sites as well as spammy/scraper sites in their recent update.
What does this mean for SEO specialists and linkbuilders?
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Google Panda: 5 Tips You Should Know
1. Separate Out Low Quality Content
2. Focus On Unique Content
3. Concentrate on Authority
4. Keep Advertising Ratio Healthy
5. Recognize & Track Panda Updates
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Google debuted its Panda algorithm as part of its goal to improve the quality of its search results and show users quality content. Since the initial launch, Google has implemented eight updates of varying degrees aimed at perfecting the algorithm to ensure search queries always produce results most likely to satisfy the user.
Thanks RichardSmith fr the tips please add mine to the list of those 5 tips :
1 : Focus on PR3+ High PR linkbuilding only
2 : Focus on Anchor Text & Link diversity in your backlink portfolio
3 : If you have built spammy links in the past using SEnuke, xrumer etc etc -- try to remove them by contacting the owners
4 : Focus with Press Release starting from PRweb guys they are the best
5 : Try Guest blogging as your main linkbuilding ninja tool
I'm an SEO Expert by profession and work for caspia.co.uk, having 7+ experience so this is what i did to overcome Panda and Penguin issues.
I totally agree with the guest blogging. I have to do more of it. It's powerful...
Originally Posted by Muneeb
I also know the Press releases still work great. Got into an "SEO battle" for a recent launch and me and another SEO expert took over the first page of Google.. LOL..
It was fun but he used PRWeb and crushed me.. he had like the first 3 or 4 results thanks to PRweb
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