Three Ways to Protect Your Content from Google’s Panda

Google has rolled out several algorithms that are designed to enhance the experience of the average internet user, and rank pages. Google and Panda are the strongest and most capable algorithms which have are constantly being enhanced. As a matter of fact, the fat Panda, which is focused on dealing with low quality and duplicate content, has been updated for over 25 times. In the meantime, the Penguin has also received a major update in 22 May 2013 which has taken the fight against spam to a whole new level. Sadly, Google’s engineers have confirmed that they will no longer be announcing updates, as they find them unnecessary. In their opinion, Panda and Penguin will be incorporated into their indexing processes, and webmasters should play by the rules, not prepare their weapons for the next algorithm refreshment. The question on many lips is, what do we do from here on out? According to the Guest Post Shop Blog, the best solution is to continue creating great content, may it be written, visual or audio. The only way to succeed in the online world is to be always on the lookout for the latest news, to read everything there is to read about search engine optimization tactics, and to come up with inventive ways to rank better on SERPs. Sleeping on the job will get you nowhere, so for all the content creators out there, here are three essential fixes that they should apply to their content pages. They will not only save you from being hit by Panda, but they might also increase your organic traffic and readership. 1....

The 250 Most Expensive Keywords

If you do Google Adwords advertising, this is a page you'll want to put on your bookmarks. Markus Allen is tracking the 250 most expensive keywords on Google Adwords and updating the list each month. Click on the image below to see the full list. I am floored by the Cost Per Click for some of these keywords. Do you think you could learn something about conversion from people who are spending over $100 per click to get people to their sites? They have to have high converting landing pages or they'd work straight through their advertising budget in a day or two with nothing to show for it. Track down the advertisers without clicking their Adwords links though. They are paying a pretty penny per click and you don't want to run up their bill....

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