[SHARE] Google Algorithm Changes [WEBSITE]
2014-02-11, 07:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-02-14, 06:13 PM by TheVBScripter.)
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EDITED: if this is Blackhat SEO, please let me know and I'll contact one of the staff members!

Heey you guys!

I found this website via a White hat SEO blog.
It's about Google Algorithm Changes.

You can keep find here:
- Google Algorithm updates
- Names of the updates (penguin, panda, hummingbird, etc)
- few lines about the updates
- links with big articles about the updates


If you already knew this site or you think it isn't worth your "thanks", feel free to remove it.

Don't forget to leave feedback!
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2014-02-12, 12:54 AM,
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Are there any consequences to our website if there are changes in the google algorithm? If there is please provide examples.
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2014-02-12, 03:02 PM,
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(2014-02-12, 12:54 AM)Owl Writer Wrote: Are there any consequences to our website if there are changes in the google algorithm? If there is please provide examples.

Yes, for example:
You got a nice website up and running and you're ranked in top 5 in Google.
Now Google updates their algorithm (let's take the hummingbird update). It could be the case that your website is deranked after the update, but I can't guarantee something will hapen.

You can read more about the hummingbird effect (as example) here.
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2014-02-14, 06:10 PM,
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You can also check this site will give you an idea about how often google algo updated without any one know

algoroo.com
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2014-02-14, 06:13 PM,
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(2014-02-14, 06:10 PM)xasser Wrote: You can also check this site will give you an idea about how often google algo updated without any one know

algoroo.com
Thanks for the contribution, I appreciate it.
The website isn't that clear in my opinion, but I'll add your quote to my thread so members can choose which one they prefer to use :D
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2014-02-17, 07:34 PM,
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Nice share, but the algo changes are not just the only factor to consider. For example when penguin 2.1 initially kicked in, only certain niches were directly affected even though it was essentially meant to be all. If youre in the payday niche for example, its pretty much near impossible to rank whitehat without taking months. If you guys havent heard of it, moz is an awesome site for articles on this, check it out if you want
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2014-02-17, 07:44 PM,
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(2014-02-17, 07:34 PM)kasher9 Wrote: Nice share, but the algo changes are not just the only factor to consider. For example when penguin 2.1 initially kicked in, only certain niches were directly affected even though it was essentially meant to be all. If youre in the payday niche for example, its pretty much near impossible to rank whitehat without taking months. If you guys havent heard of it, moz is an awesome site for articles on this, check it out if you want
Thanks for the feedback.
Also thank you for the tip "moz" will check it out.
I appreciate it.
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