Friday, March 22, 2013

Google Penguin Update Become a Stricter

According to a recent study by a famous internet marketing company, Google is progressively reducing its acceptance of webspam, with Google likely to punish sites with just 50% doubtful links in their link profiles.

When Google Penguin was introduced, a site required 80% doubtful links in their link profile before a punishment was acquire. This means that Google’s acceptance has decreased by 30% and Google Penguin updates are attractive stricter.

Some in the SEO society are concerned that the tendency for lower tolerance of spammy links could continue. But the inquiry is how low will Google go? The new follows a lot of assumption this week concerning another high profile Google update.

Rumors have been socialize that a 25th Google Panda update might have landed, but no executive confirmation from Google has been conventional; and none is likely to be forthcoming, after the search enormous confirmed that they would no longer declare Google Panda Updates.

Instead, Panda refreshes will be integrated into Google’s overall enduring algorithm updates, and would probably be rolled out over several days, with a less undeviating and visible effect.

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