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Google launched the Penguin Update in April 2012 to better catch sites deemed to be spamming its search results, in particular those doing so by buying links or obtaining them through link networks designed primarily to boost Google rankings. When a new Penguin Update is released, sites that have taken action to remove bad links (such as through the Google disavow links tool or to remove spam may regain rankings. New sites not previously caught might get trapped by Penguin. “False positives,” sites that were caught by mistake, may escape. Our latest news about Penguin is below.
Jun 3, 2013 at 8:32am ET by Chris Liversidge
Taking a broader look at Multinational SEO, though, throws up particular issues for the big brand sites out there, and I though that in light of the upcoming Penguin 2.0 update confirmed by Matt Cutts recently it would be useful to look at particular areas of concern for big site SEO and how to ensure you come out smiling when Google’s planned updates take effect.
Related Topics: All Things SEO | Channel: SEO | Google: Disavow Links Tool | Google: Penguin Update | Google: SEO | Link Building: General | Link Building: Paid Links | SEO - Search Engine Optimization
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