SEO has been around since the web was conceived as we know it in 1995. The history of SEO
In February of 2011, Google released the first of a series of major changes in their algorithm, called Panda, and it’s main focus was to clean the database of farm linking
websites and sites with duplicate content erasing them from Google’s index list. This change was applied first on the US and later worldwide. Many sites with top positions were affected Panda, mainly because their content was poor, they were linking farm sites or many of their internal pages had duplicate content.
In the following video, the folks of SEOMoz present a really cool summary of what Google’s latest update is and how it affects to the Web as we know it. Google Panda Update is here to stay, and if you don’t want to be left behind, we encourage you to take some serious action. We suggest improving the quality of content on your site, integrating social interaction and make it beautiful enough that anybody would like to share your pages on the major social networks.
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