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Data Confirms Why March 2019 Update Feels Like a Rollback

Results from marketing data company Sistrix suggests reasons why  Google’s March 2019 Core Algorithm Update feels like a rollback. The data also suggests an explanation of why so many publishers feel like this is a minor update despite event though Google is reported to have said this is one of the biggest updates in years. […]

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Google Florida Update 2: What’s Changed? Early Insights & Reaction

Reaction and feedback to Google’s Update Florida 2 is generally more upbeat than negative. A common theme among many in the SEO community is that Update Florida 2 is behaving like a rollback of previous updates. Interestingly, some publishers noted connections to links and their rankings. In the week leading up to this update I […]

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Evidence of Google Valentines Day Update

There are indications that Google may be updating it’s algorithm. Last week, WebmasterWorld forum members in the UK reported SERP movements. USA members started chiming in this week, particularly today. The search engine results volatility is being noticed in various countries. WebmasterWorld reports of updates can be unreliable. Which is why I wait to see […]

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Hit by the Medic Update? Here’s How to Recover (A Practical Case Study)

Google makes several updates to its search engine ranking algorithm every day. Some of Google’s updates come and go, without any real notice. Other updates go live, only to be rolled back several weeks later. And some, become infamous. Caffeine. Penguin. Panda. Mention these updates to any SEO and their expression will tell you how […]

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Google Images Update – Google Lens is Live

Google announced an update to Google Images that may have a significant impact to publishers who sell online. The Google Lens feature is rolling out to Google Images on mobile devices. This feature is live right now in the United States and rolling out to other countries and languages soon. This update was previously announced […]

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