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How Many Search Algorithm Changes Does Google Make In A Year?

by Sharanjit Singh on October 8, 2012 in Google October 8, 2012

As a professional SEO consultant, every now and then I am asked… How many changes does Google make to it’s algorithm in a year? Now, as a local SEO company providing local SEO services, our answer would generally be – Hundreds! Lately I have had a lot of these types of questions. But, this time […]

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Google Search Quality Weekly Team Meeting

by Sharanjit Singh on March 19, 2012 in Google March 19, 2012

Did you know that the Google search algorithm is so complicated that it has taken over 1000 man years of expert labor into development? Rank Higher, Dominate the Search Engines and Grow Your Business. Hire a professional SEO services company. Interesting Facts: Each search ranking change has a dedicated search analyst assigned to study the […]

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Why SEO?

by Sharanjit Singh on June 28, 2011 in Google June 28, 2011

If you are new to the term “SEO” or “Search Engine Optimization” then let me warn you that you need to wake up from the dinosaur age and get on with the current trends in the world of Internet Marketing. So, why SEO? Over the last 10 years, the world has progressively improved and moved […]

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What is Schema?

by Sharanjit Singh on June 13, 2011 in Bing June 13, 2011

Top 3 search engines unite to make the web richer than it already is. On June 2, 2011 Google’s official blog announced the formation of schema.org. An alliance to create and support a common vocabulary for structured data markup on web pages by the top 3 search engines, namely Google, Yahoo and Bing. Why is […]

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What is Google Plus One?

by Sharanjit Singh on June 13, 2011 in Google June 13, 2011

What is Google’s +1 Button? The “+1 button” is Google’s answer to Facebook’s “Like” button. It was introduced back in March, and now it is being rolled out for the entire web. It’s a tool that allows website visitors to click on the +1 button when they find something interesting or recommendable. With a single […]

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Google Buzz Privacy Lawsuit – Settled!

by Sharanjit Singh on March 30, 2011 in Google March 30, 2011

Even Google admits that they are NOT perfect and they do get it wrong at times. We’d like to apologize again for the mistakes we made with Buzz. Alma Whitten, Google’s director of privacy, product and engineering wrote in a company blog post. Google has agreed with the FTC to have its privacy and data […]

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Google 2011 Algorithm Update To Tackle Content Scrapers And Spammers

by Sharanjit Singh on February 3, 2011 in Google February 3, 2011

Google Tackles Low Quality Content Farms In an effort to reduce “internet spam” which is duplicate and ripped off content by site owners trying to cheat their way into top 10 ranking on search results, Google is implementing updates to their algorithm marking the year 2011 as the year where content scrapers goes to hell! […]

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Google Algorithm Update, MAYDAY, Affects Ranking

by Sharanjit Singh on October 2, 2010 in Google October 2, 2010

Ethical and Professional SEO Services Comes To Rescue Once More! If your website is getting fewer visitors from Google, the recent update could be the reason for that. In the online forum at WebmasterWorld.com, many webmasters cried out their concerns and experience with Google latest ranking algorithm update that has been given the name Mayday. […]

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Google Caffeine Update

by Sharanjit Singh on September 28, 2010 in Google September 28, 2010

The Google Search Engine Algorithm Update and It’s Impact For 2010 and Beyond Google has just released it’s highly anticipated search engine algorithm overhaul called “Google Caffeine“. This is the result of Google’s relentless pursuit on improving search quality and to provide the best user experience. However, Google Caffeine Algorithm Overhaul will not only affect […]

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