Tag archive: Google Panda Update

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It’s that dreaded scenario; you get up one morning and realize that something changed. Sales are down, traffic is dead, your website is having issues. But what is it? That’s often the hardest part. Today we’re going to look at how one diagnoses a known problem such as the Google Penguin updates, from less established [...]

August 24th, 2012 | Analysis 7 comments

Author: Marcus Tober The Panda Update continues to hold European SEOs in suspense. Having already discussed the data from Panda in Germany and Panda in France , we wanted to show you what sites were affected by the rollout of the Google Panda Update in Austria. Once more, we have calculated the winners and losers in absolute [...]

August 19th, 2011 | Analysis No comments

Big losers but only small winners: this odd imbalance is always the most striking thing about the Panda Update movers & shakers lists from the USA, UK, and now, Germany. There is a dramatic loss of visibility – up to 99% – but the winners have only enjoyed modest gains. How can this be? The [...]

August 16th, 2011 | Analysis 7 comments

Two months ago the New York Times published an article with the headline “The Dirty Little Secrets of Search“. They where able to prove that US department store J.C.Penney used excessive linkbuilding practices on its online store, violating Google’s Web master rules. Google reacted immediately and many of J.C.Penney’s keywords lost their rankings in Google’s [...]

May 18th, 2011 | Analysis 19 comments