Posts Tagged ‘penguin’

Building Links In a Post Penguin World from Austin SEO Meetup

Today, I presented to the Austin SEO Meetup about the Google Penguin Update. It was a lively session with a lot of questions and feedback afterward. For those of you who missed it, here is the overall agenda we covered: What is Google Penguin? What Websites Did Penguin Impact, and Why? How to Google Proof…

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Google Penguin: What About Older, Established Online Businesses?

Enjoy today’s guest post by SEO professional Deepak Gupta. The opinions, images, and details below are the that of Mr. Gupta and do not necessarily reflect those of Return On Now. Everyone knows that a website is important for almost every business. It is now an unwritten code that a brick and mortar business has…

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5 Dangerous Misconceptions About SEO

Today’s post comes to you courtesy of the newest member of the Return On Now family, John Nettles. John recently joined us to provide copywriting and white paper authoring services. In this post, he covers off five shortsighted stigmas about SEO that should be eliminated from your vocabulary. The recent Google Penguin update has generated…

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Is Google Penguin Getting a Refresh?

Over the past couple of days, the SEO and webmaster forums have been rife with speculation that Google is testing some sort of new algorithm update this week. Give a look to some of the speculation and commentary on the Webmaster World Google Forum for reference. Is this the “jarring and jolting” Penguin Refresh we’ve…

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5 Biggest SEO Mistakes You Can Ever Make

We cover a range of online marketing topics here on Return On Now, with SEO being one of our favorites to discuss and review. Today we offer you a guest post from Samantha Nicole Samonte of Singapore-based online marketing services provider Webcada. In this post, she covers some basic SEO gaffs that no one should be…

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Google Penguin: The Backlash Intensifies

Although Google did the initial push out of their Penguin update back on April 24, 2012, it is abundantly clear that this is only the first step in what looks to be a fairly long road, a’la last year’s Panda update. Last week during his keynote speech at SES, Matt Cutts caused quite a stir…

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Top 5 SEO Mistakes To Avoid

I originally came across the following video back when it was first released. Today I stumbled on it again and thought it was a great reminder in the wake of the Google Panda, Fresh, and Penguin updates. Although the ranking algorithm continues to evolve, the philosophy behind what ranks well and what does not is…

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