2012 saw two major updates to Google’s search engine known as the Panda and Penguin updates. These changed the landscape by introducing new criteria by which websites are ranked. It’s fair to say that while Google intended to scrub thin, spammy sites from its index and boost quality sites to the top of the rankings,…

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or you’re new to the internet marketing scene, you’ll know that the recent Google Penguin update caused havoc for a lot of internet marketers and online businesses both large and small. And Google didn’t lose any sleep over the fact that they wiped out some people practically overnight….

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As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, the Google Penguin update resulted in many legitimate online businesses and quality websites getting penalized by Google and plummeting in the search engine rankings. It’s not an overstatement to say that many people’s businesses were killed off overnight. It’s now been a few months since the Penguin Terminator…

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Back in early May, I wrote an article about how the Google Penguin update affected affiliate marketers and offered some advice on how to do backlinking following that update. The article was originally written for EzineArticles, to provide useful information to readers and to advertise my site via my author bio. EzineArticles refused to publish…

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Well, Google has thrown the cat among the pigeons again with its recent Google Penguin Update. Many affiliate marketers have seen their traffic plummet in the last couple of weeks and site rankings have been affected as well. What’s more, searches for keyword phrases are tending to show sites with poor content above those with…

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