Nothing in the article written below should come as a surprise —but it’s great to get confirmation from Google.
It basically comes down to what we all suspect, know and/or are hopefully implementing. Good content by people that have an understanding about what they’re writing about ranks well.
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Nice writeup on the Google search algorithm and its various changes.
Your Google Algorithm Cheat Sheet: Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird
I came across this article the other day and it helps explain part of the way Chrome makes itself feel so speedy. It also explains partially why the browser takes so many resources.
Unexpected Prerender in Chrome
After being fully immersed again into Search Engine Optimization, SEO Analysis and SEO Tools with my recent job switch, I’ve found a lot of sites and tools I had never read or used before, including Moz.com, which is pretty useful on both fronts.
The article linked below is a great in-depth piece on several topics within SEO, but take special note of the fact that the site as a whole got penalized for just a few pages. Get into the habit of regularly checking your backlinks, and become familiar with the practice of disavowing spammy links.
A Startling Case Study of Manual Penalties and Negative SEO
Another update to Google algorithm. Another bunch of SEO experts chasing it. Just write your content for your audience. Do it often, and the rest will take care of itself.
Hummingbird: What It Means For SEO, and What It Does For Google’s Status