Matt Cutts Google’s head of search spam, recently posted a video. It was based on “stitching content.” What is stitching content? The term is defined as the practice of taking snippets of content from different websites and pasting them on one’s own site, with citations.
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam released new video wherein he answered a crucial and most frequented query, “how can a site recover from a period of spamming links?” Here, Cutts quoted the instance of Google’s penalization of Interflora for buying links. The site
Follow what you mamma says and you will be a good boy. This piece of advice sounds so cool and so sound. It appears that following your mamma’s words will make you sail through the words. This might be true for a 5-year old, but
Since Penguin Update, Google is going hard on websites that have spa**mmy link profile; from sending mild warning to dropping the listing to blacklisting websites, the search giant is doing everything to keep its SERP clean thus improving the searchers’ experience. And it is not
Optimizing online store for better search engine visibility is a daunting task. Unlike traditional websites, online stores are primarily product led, so it becomes a little tricky to optimize such websites. But once you know the trick, optimizing your E-Commerce website becomes a breeze. In
Google, or whoever is doing it, is funny in naming its search algorithm updates after benign-looking animals like Panda and Penguin. The search giant has given such associations to these words that the mere mention of them pushes the sweat down the marketers’ spine, and