Google's latest Penguin Update has fuelled a lot of confusion and headbanging in the SEO community. And the discussion boards are filled with cries of webmasters who’ve apparently lost everything with this algorithmic change.If you too are wondering over this update, if it makes you run for the hills & convinces you on drinking 2 liters of red-bull; Relax! In the following paragraphs, we'll be taking a very easy take on how this whole Penguin update works and what you must do to escape its effects. But before we get cracking on Penguin Survive, let's first understand what this update is all about: What is Google Penguin Update? Announced on 24th April, 2012, the Penguin Update (formerly called the Over-Optimization Penalty and later the Webspam Update) aims at fighting webspam, and punishing those violating Google's quality guidelines. Close on the heels of Panda update, Penguin works to improve the quality of Google's ...

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Okay guys, hold on to your seat and lean in a little forward...because what we are disclosing below would most certainly knock you off your feet! Given beneath are 4 killer tips straight from Matt Cutts’ mouth (literally!) Wondering how on earth did we manage that?We kidnapped Matt Cutts, the anti-spam head at Google! Oh yes! Practically picked him up from Bay Area, California, cupped his mouth, blindfolded and gagged him AND more importantly…elicited it all out of him! Just for you! Kaboom, isn’t it?He wasn't too willing to let the cat out of the bag…but then we are nothing if not persistent! He was made to drink cranberry juice (he hates it) till he started talking. Get reading quickly before he gets to know of this printed version and scraps it from search results altogether!So, Mr. Matt, what's the first SEO secret? 1. Improve your website's page-loading speed – “Faster ...

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Google recently changed the rules of high rankings by introducing a new update that targets low quality websites. And its time for you to change your SEO and marketing strategy accordingly.Millions of webmasters and SEO geeks are loosing traffic (and sleep) due to what Google calls PANDA or Farmer update which targets content farms and de-ranks them. Captain Google Panda is sailing against the Pirates of Content and punishing those who have been creating huge waves of content in their content mills or writing only to capture a sea of keywords on Search Engines.Impacting more than 11.8% search results worldwide, too much of noise, speculation, opinion and coverage over this update has ultimately caused too much of confusion in SEO community.Here is a complete guide on what you are up against, how to shape your high ranking strategy for future and a detailed survival guide against the wrath of Google Panda ...

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