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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for August 13-August 17, 2012

It only makes sense since the Monday-Thursday Silverback Marketing posts for this week discussed four different Google topics that the Round-up would feature Google. This has been a typical week in the Google World, lots to report and plenty more that can easily be added. The recent purchase of Frommer’s by Google could be a […]

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Google to penalize users engaging in copyright infringement

The Google Panda and Penguin algorithms have been a primary focus for webmasters and web content writers for the past couple of years. However, people under the impression this means Google is no longer focusing on other areas of online engagement are completely wrong. Google is constantly updating its service and changing the way it […]

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Just in case you were hoping Google penalizes your site …

There obviously is a bit of sarcasm in the title of the August 9 Silverback Marketing post, but truth be told there are still many webmasters online that continue to perform actions guaranteed to cause Google to drop the ranking of that individual’s site. Panda and Penguin are consistent causes for concern, but a proper […]

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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for June 11-June 15, 2012

Another week draws to a close and once again Google has experienced a very busy week. The June 7 Inside Search Google blog post was the latest round of search quality highlights, a post that has become a monthly tradition for Google. There were 39 total changes in May and the post gave a brief […]

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Google + Safari Breach = FTC Fine

The last time Silverback Marketing reported about any possible FTC investigations into Google was Tuesday, December 20, 2012. Google has encountered numerous collisions of that nature with the Federal Trade Commission over the years, so a news report regarding a new instance is never a complete surprise. The latest investigation and possible fine are very […]

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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for April 30-May 4, 2012

The Silverback Marketing Round-up from March 23 briefly touched on a new algorithm update that Google was in the process of integrating into its search engine. It was during SES New York earlier this year that talk about “SEO is dead” became a common topic of discussion, particularly with the rumors about the new Google […]

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Google tells the online world, “Do as I say, not as I do.”

A webmaster or search marketer knows that Google has a very strict stance against the use of paid links. In fact, Google has very specific guidelines published on its own site discussing this issue and warns people that “buying and selling links that pass PageRank is in violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and can negatively […]

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The last Silverback Marketing post about Panda for 2011

We are just three days away from the New Year and the time has arrived to put the lid on 2011 and get ready for everything new and exciting that could happen next year. This even applies to the online world. However, the internet does not pause for the coming of a New Year. Many […]

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Google says “Happy Holidays” to all webmasters announcing that Panda has gone into hibernation

Well, not for good but at least for the rest of 2011 this is the case. The Panda algorithm was introduced early in 2011 with the latest update to Panda appearing to have taken place on November 18. Anyone that owns or maintains a website knows about Panda, an algorithm created by Google to target […]

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How an affiliate site can deal with Google’s Panda

Silverback Marketing has posted quite a bit the second half of 2011 about the Panda algorithm. The first post about Google Panda came back on June 17 while the most recent post discussed changes that took place on November 18. Affiliate sites have been hit hard by the Panda algorithm which is unfortunate. However, plenty […]

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