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    Backlink Creator Methods to Ignore : Avoid Unnatural Link Penalty

    May 29, 2013
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    Last week Google launched most awaited Penguin2.0 to further take down on Web spam and penalized those websites which are indulge in spammy method to get higher ranking in search engine. Here at ShoutMeLoud, I have shared a lot of time about safe methods to generate backlinks, and for a webmaster, it’s very important to ensure that he doesn’t use any shortcut or backlink creator method which may lead to Google penalty for his website. ...

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    Paid Links and SEO : Will Your Website Be Penalized?

    March 13, 2013
    SEO Impact of Paid link

    Paid links are considered as the easiest way to get your website quickly ranked in SEPRs; but only if you have good funds with you to spend on your SEO campaign. However, it is against the natural SEO which affects organic search results. And, it’s unfair with other website owners who either don’t have that much SEO budget or believe in natural SEO. Google launched Penguin update, which penalizes webmasters who build backlinks by buying backlinks. ...

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    How to Avoid SEO Penalty for Over Optimization

    February 1, 2013
    SEO Penalty for Over optimization

    We have talked about SEO Over optimization earlier, and probably this is the right approach from Google, to discard those Websites, which are misusing known SEO tricks to stand out in Google search. We all know, there are many known signals to rank #1 in Google, and anyone can use it to rank higher in search engines. For example, backlinks with anchor text will help any webmasters to improve their keyword ranking,but how about if you ...

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    SiteWide BackLinks : Good or Bad for SEO?

    November 14, 2012
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    Since Penguin update, the way we get backlinks has changed a lot. Unlike old times, where quantity of backlinks matters the most, today it’s the quality and relevance of backlinks which matters the most. I remember the time (2 years back), when I keep getting paid sidewide backlinks opportunities from many webmasters. But after Penguin hammered down any kind of spam looking backlinks, one of the most common SEO question asked : Is Sitewide backlinks worth or ...

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    Exact Match Domain Penalty Added to Google Algo

    October 3, 2012
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    Google rolled out a new algo update in which they mentioned they will be penalize low quality exact match domains (EMD penalty). Many Webmasters who are into micro niche blogging, for them exact match domain penalty seems like one of the worse update. As announced by Matt Cutts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattcutts/status/251784203597910016 https://twitter.com/mattcutts/status/251789327691042816 This new algo change will affect “Exact-match” domains with low quality content. Earlier, exact match domains are priceless as they have the advantage ...

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    Panda & Penguin Tool : Find Which Google Algo Hit your Website

    September 13, 2012

    I have already talked a lot about Panda and Penguin algo, which Google started rolling out from last year and now both of this algo is SEO’s night mare. Panda and penguin update changed the face of SEO and now SEO is getting more Social than just links and on site and on page optimization. Anyways, we are not going to talk about Post panda SEO strategy here, but we will look into a handy ...

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    Google Penguin 1.1 Launched : Minor Update

    May 30, 2012
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    After one month of launch of Google Penguin update, Google has rolled out another update on Penguin on 26th-27th May 2012, as confirmed by Matt Cutts in a Tweet. If you are new to Google algo updates, you can check out this infographics, which shows all the major update from Google team, since they launched. According to Matt Cutts Google Penguin 1.1 is data refresh and it will impact only <0.1% of English searches. Which is ...

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    Google Penguin Update : Fight Against Web Spam

    April 27, 2012
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    It’s been more than a year that we hated Panda and seems like now it’s time for another animal to be hated by Webmasters. Google Penguin update is the name of recent Google algo update which happened couple of days back. Matt Cutts has confirmed the same with his recent tweet. Read: Google Algorithm Updates 1998-2012 Like all other update, this update affected the 3% of search engine results and affected a great number of ...

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