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Key SEO Factors to Optimize: Before and After Google Panda-Penguin

Key SEO Factors to Optimize: Before and After Google Panda-Penguin | Google Penalty World | Scoop.it
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Here's an excellent visual poster illustrating the key differences between the type of SEO activities that were effectve back in the days before Google Panda and Google Penguin made their first appearances, and the ones that are appropriate and effective today.


Things have changed a lot in these last two years, and this visual diagram does a great job of reviewing and synthesizing what has really changed.


Whether you are new to web publishing or have a long established web presence, I think you will find lots of valuable information in here as well as many confirmations of things you thought but weren't sure of when it comes to SEO.



Up-to-date. Factual. Informative. Must-read. 8/10


Full visual poster: http://www.zealousweb.net/blog/new-approach-to-seo/


(Thanks to Marty Smith for finding this gem)





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Blind Split Search Test: Guess Where's The Penguin? The Google vs. Bing Search Off

Blind Split Search Test: Guess Where's The Penguin? The Google vs. Bing Search Off | Google Penalty World | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Stefan, from Pandacode just wrote to me saying:

"I guess everyone agrees that with the Penguin update Google's results are now worse than ever.


Yet, many people still don't trust Bing - simply because for years
their search results have been even worse and extremely spammy in most cases.


So how about doing a split test in which you don't know which
search result are from which engine and get to choose which results you like better?


Try it here:
http://www.bingiton.com


Yes, it is part of a public relations campaign from Microsoft but I really liked the way the test is set up.


You can try it for 5 search queries and then see the result.

Have fun trying."


Free


Try it out now: http://www.bingiton.com/Landingpage.aspx?form=&publ=&crea=





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