For all of you search engine optimization gurus out there, I hope my perspective is a fresh one for you. Sometimes it’s fun to temporarily place yourself back in the mindset of an ignorant beginner. You probably can’t remember the day before you understood SEO backwards and forwards, can you? Well, I’m still there. (Yes, thank you for the supportive smiles and knowing looks.)
Matt Cutts confirmed the impending release of a Panda update at the recently concluded SMX West. This update is the 25th update since Google rolled out the Panda algorithm, and Cutts said to expect it at the end of last week. You may have noticed a slight movement in rankings towards the end of last week – many believe this is the new algorithm update taking effect.
The past 2 years have brought in a tremendous amount of change in the world of search, and 2013 will be no different. More Panda releases, Penguin, The EMD update, top heavy ads, and the DMCA update all mark a shift in capabilities for Google. There is more to come.Today I’m going to take a shot at six predictions for 2013.
As 2013 unfolded, the entire SEO world was anticipating about the first Google algorithm update for the New Year. Now it turns out that the first update is a Panda Refresh which has its effect on 1.2% of the total English queries. With the official tweet from Google, the first algorithm update for the year is marked.
On Friday Afternoon, Google released a brand new interactive infographic which is named “How Search Works”. A large amount of the SEOs out there absolutely loved those, especially the people out there who are new to the whole SEO industry.
Although some of the changes may be lost on those who are not familiar with SEO, WebiMax wants to respond to some of these changes by explaining how it may impact our SEO services and clients.