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Following the bump & grind of search engine optimization (SEO) and its crucial role in Internet marketing success.
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6 Steps on How to Cash-In on the New SEO | Search Engine Journal

6 Steps on How to Cash-In on the New SEO | Search Engine Journal | SEO Daily Dose | Scoop.it

Here's an essential SEO guide, one that instructs on every key area re: how to work with Google's algorithm and "cash-in."

 

Excellent piece for Web marketers who need to understand the latest on everything from linkbuilding and Google+ best practices to social signals, authorship and beyond.

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How to diagnose Google Penguin problems

How to diagnose Google Penguin problems | SEO Daily Dose | Scoop.it

Today we’re going to look at how one diagnoses a known problem such as the Google Penguin updates, from less established ones. The process is fairly similar for other algo updates such as Panda, so you should get a sense of how to diagnose those as well.


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March of the Penguins, Which Led to a Friendly Panda, and Finally a Recovery | Search Engine Journal

March of the Penguins, Which Led to a Friendly Panda, and Finally a Recovery | Search Engine Journal | SEO Daily Dose | Scoop.it

One of the emails I received came from a startup in San Francisco that was clearly in trouble SEO-wise. They had three domains in use, and all three were hit during that nine day period. To make matters worse, all three were hit by Panda, and one was hit by both Panda and Penguin (or what I call Pandeguin). Since it’s important to understand which algorithm update hit your site, I analyzed both Google Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics data to confirm which algorithm update hit which domain. My analysis confirmed the Panda, Panda, and Pandeguin situation. Needless to say, we had a lot of work to do.


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