I’ve been reading a lot about the latest Google Panda Algorithm Update. Scouring SEO blogs, bumping into various online articles and having been blinded by colorful charts and grafts depicting search engine traffic losses and gains. Some websites had to shut down completely because of the hit they took while others continued to receive traffic from Bing and other marketing venues. So what’s this all about?
The war against spam ever rages on and there appears to be no light at the end of the algorithm tunnel. SEO Masters scramble to keep up with the changes and chew their nails down to the quick anticipating the fallout for client websites they control. Why, the very mention of a pending algorithm update sends chills up the spines of some of the most seasoned experts.
Oh yea of little faith. Why the worry? If you’re using search engine optimization techniques for top placement that are void of questionable methods, you need to relax. However, Panda will get you if buying links to manipulate rankings, have duplicate content or use of shady tactics to land on the coveted first page of the search results.
SEOScriptor Clients Retain Top Placement In Spite of Panda:
Our customers can sleep easy. After checking through each one during the current “Panda-demic”, no one lost their top first page placement in the organic SERPs because…wait for it…The Scriptor uses ONLY pure organic white hat SEO. And as a result we’re not tripping over ourselves trying to clean up the blood after a slaughter. Again and again the follow-the-rules white hat optimization practices used here have never failed to perform in retaining top placement in spite of earthquaking algorithm updates.
Website optimization is an ongoing and perpetual endeavor. Metadata must be periodically tweaked and maintained just like cars need an occasional tuneup and other maintenance to continue running properly. If not, just as the car will eventually quit working, the non-tuned website will disappear off the first page of the results and discontinue delivering fresh new customers.
Survival of the Fittest:
Google’s algorithm updates can be strong lessons in the art of a website’s online survival. When initiating website SEO and employing the solid virtues of pure organic white hat, only the strong will survive.