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Tag: google algorithm

Google Pop Ups

By Sandis Viksna

New Google Rules for Intrusive Pop-ups

Everyone remembers those times when annoying pop-ups showed up if you entered the wrong website and you couldn’t get rid of them unless you knew few tricks. Since then, the web has evolved and is now dominated by interstitials – uninvited full screen pop-ups that interrupt the transition between one web page and another. Google … Continued

October 13, 2016
Back Linking

By Martyn Slack

Blog Commenting – Still a Good Backlinking Technique?

One of the most well-known methods of building back-links a few years ago was blog commenting. But due to abuse this link building method took a hit. Many people got a slap by Google and they became less worthwhile on a SEO side. Is blog commenting still worth it and should you even bother? Let’s … Continued

July 4, 2016
google updates made simple

By Rachel Romero

Google Updates Made Simple

Google is constantly making updates and changes to the infamous algorithm it uses for its search engine page ranking. Some of these changes are minor and don’t affect the rankings drastically while others are bigger changes that every affiliate marketer should be ready for to make sure they keep their search engine optimization up to … Continued

February 18, 2016

By Andrew Slack

How to Recover from a Google Penalty

If you notice that your site is no longer ranking properly, chances are you’ve suffered a Google Penalty. A loss in rankings will result in a loss of money for you sooner or later, so if you have been hit, you need to get rid of the penalty urgently and recover quickly. The way to … Continued

January 19, 2015

By Kirstie Gascoyne

A Simple Guide to Panda VS Penguin

Since the recent Penguin update that started to roll out on 17th October, we’ve had a number of affiliates asking how to recover when they’ve been penalized. Or in this case, penguinized. This article explains the differences between the two kinds of algorithm updates and answers the following questions: When did they start? What do … Continued

December 3, 2014