Tag: Google Algorithm Updates

Duplicate Content Recovery Method

| 24 January 2013 | 0 Comments

I posted an in-depth article on the Artemis SEO Sussex website recently and just realised I didn’t share it on here. The article is about how you can recover from a certain type of duplicate content issue, one where duplication is only detected at the point at which the query, which will serve your page […]

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The Hypocrisy of Google’s Top Heavy Page Layout Algorithm

| 10 October 2012 | 1 Comment

If you’re not aware yet, yesterday Google rolled out yet another update, this time it’s version two of the so-called “Top Heavy” algorithm which aims to penalise websites with too many ads above the fold.  Matt Cutts made the announcement on Twitter: Minor weather report: Update of goo.gl/OpIDL launching today. ~0.7% of English queries noticeably […]

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