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Weather report: Penguin data refresh coming today. 0.3% of English queries noticeably affected.
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Matt Cutts discussed at SES San Francisco to talk on stage and answer questions...
When people asked Cutts about the next Penguin Update he thought: You donít want the next Penguin update, the engineers have been working hard.
For Penguin:- The updates are going the be jarring and julting for a while.
Webmasters who want to get as much visibility as possible should look at the spectrum of value youíre adding.
Oh and the press-release/yellow-pages spam makes my head spin.
smithaa02 - Now if you mean create content on a brand new unpolluted domain...that is a different story. That can work...but is very hard do to do for money phrases
Just suffered a 500 drop at the hands of penguin. I just don't understand this anymore......
Has anyone tried to add new links to a penalized site instead of removing old ones?
Yet, if the data is good now...that means that they aren't looking at things 'now'.
If my theory is correct, then your current backlink profile is irrelevant because google has your backlink profile in history and to them that is more important.
Is this just me?
Matt Cutts tweets about a Penguin data refresh but in his tweet there is a link to "Details" which reference Panda on webmaster central.
I don't believe there's any hidden meaning there, but it certainly clouds the issue for me.