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Google Algorithm Updates Cheat Sheet

Your ultimate guide to major Google penalties & algo changes

Google rolls out algorithm updates once or twice every month (and that's just the ones we know about!), but not all of them have an equally strong impact on the SERPs. To help you make sense of Google's major algo changes in the past years, I've put up a cheat sheet with the most important updates and penalties rolled out in the recent years, along with a list of hazards and prevention tips for each.
Contents 1 Panda 2 Penguin 3 Pirate 4 Hummingbird 5 Pigeon 6 Mobile Friendly Update 7 RankBrain 8 Possum 9 Fred But before we start, let's have a quick look to check whether any given update has impacted your own site's traffic. SEO PowerSuite's Rank Tracker is a massive help in this; the tool w…

Another Reason Not to Block JavaScript

Google Mobile Search Descriptions Now Say If You’re Blocking Google

It can contrarily affect your bit in the portable query items now. Zineb Ait Bahajji reported on Google+ that now Google's portable indexed lists pieces will demonstrate a message to searchers when Google is not able to demonstrate the scrap to searchers in light of the fact that the website admin to hindering their crawlers.

Back in August 2012, Google added this peculiarity to desktop seek, where a website admin blocked Google-bot and Google would demonstrate that URL in the list items, Google would demonstrate a message concerning why they were not able to demonstrate a completely designer indexed lists piece.

Presently, Google is bringing this peculiarity to portable list items, actually when the desktop adaptation is completely crawlable, yet the versatile form is blocking Google.

For instance, a hunt on [deals] in Google demonstrate the desktop form demonstrating the full scrap however the portable variant w…

Google Now Targeting Italian & Spanish Link Spammers

Less than a month after Google targeted Polish link spammers and German link spammers, Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts announced that the company is targeting more countries.

Cutts announced warnings to Spanish and Italian webmasters and SEOs not to use unnatural links to promote their sites.

He posted both announcements on Twitter and the localized Google Webmaster Blogs. Here is the Spanish warning on Twitter and it links to the Spanish webmaster blog at Google.