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Friday, 13 June 2014

Google Panda 4.0 Algorithm Update


Google’s Matt Cutts declared on Twitter the release of Google Panda 4.0 Update. Google's Panda update is meant to prevent sites with poor quality content from operating their way into Google’s search results. Panda 4.0 should be a significant update to the particular formula versus simply an information refresh. Meaning, Google has created changes to however Panda identifies sites and has released a replacement version of the formula .


Google Panda 4.0 Algorithm Update
Google Panda 4.0 Algorithm Update


Google Panda 4.0 update affects different languages to different degrees. In English for instance, the impact is ~7.5% of queries that area unit affected to a degree that a every day user may notice.

The Panda rule, that was designed to help boost great-quality content sites whereas pushing down low-quality content sites within the search results, has constantly targeted low-quality content sites so as to produce searchers with the most effective search results.

Monday, 28 April 2014

Google+ Page For Webmasters

Google has recently launched GoogleWebmasters Google+ page.This page is about latest news and announcements .Join this page to get tips on making site search engine friendly. Google will use this page to post announcements, events, tips, quizzes and other resources to help webmasters like you make great sites that can be found in Google Search.


Follow at google.com/+GoogleWebmasters



Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Google Analytics Now Within Google+ Pages Dashboard

Daniel Waisberg, the Analytics Advocate at Google, declared on his Google+ page a replacement feature that unrolled at intervals the Google+ Admin Dashboard. Instantly, if you link your Google+ Page along with your Google Analytics, within the Google+ Dashboard, it'll show a snap shot of Google Analytics data. The data will include traffic, new visits, page views and unique visits for past 30-days.

google analytics
Google Analytics


You get three key metrics from the past thirty days at a look together with new visits, unique visits and page views. To get this information simply link your company's Google+ page with your Google Analytics, then Google+ dashboard, will show the snapshot of your web site's traffic ,recent visits, unique visits and page views for a period of 30 days.