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Leoghost tried to make the claim that Google never said it was about links,
Google has never said that Penguin is all about links
Penguin is NOT working
Glad to see you back :)))..
The number of webmasters ( and SEO "gurus" ) who think that Penguin is all about links is incredible..
Removing the word "all" from my still visible original post, so as to make it appear that I was saying something which I was not, and then claiming to have "proved me wrong" ;)..You are merely refuting your own perversion of my post..
Bear in mind I have suffered neither from Panda, nor Penguin, nor from the EMD algo, nor from the changes to the way Google deal with images..
I have no idea what you've said/posted in the pastYou don't want to go look for them yourself..You want me to supply you with links to those posts ? ..
I've contacted plenty of people here privately via sticky, in order to help them ( for free ) because IMO they ask intelligent questions in threads..
You won't be getting a sticky..
In the result sets where you lost your positions, were you replaced by competition or were you replaced by non-commercial results?
He, you know folks on this board don't listen -- to anybody!
I'm going for a walk!
For example, as soon as I heard about Penguin and the 'overall theme' (compete with over-optimization) I went and made a few changes to one of the sites I work on (it gained spots almost immediately),...
Take keyword spamming , its entirely possible this has been redifined and could now include keyword stemming. Overuse of a keyword that would be grouped in a venn diagram (thanks Leosghost) could cause an increase in your spam score.
Can you see from any stats package the date your site(s) got hit?
Does this mean that while before saying create a widget, creates a widget and creating a widget would help you to rank for create a widget, now mentioning these variations could be seen as keyword spamming and affect rankings for create a widget and maybe other keywords as well?
Can you also mention what you read about keywords in on-site links? Anything maybe about what these links should include?
A breadcrumb is a row of internal links at the top or bottom of the
page that allows visitors to quickly navigate back to a previous
section or the root page (1). Many breadcrumbs have the most
general page (usually the root page) as the first, left-most link and list
the more specific sections out to the right.
Keyword Stuffing 2.0 "This seo walks into a bar,pub,club,wine bar,inn etc.
Mainly I have read Tedster and Brinked on this and I think overuse of keyword in internal links could add to your spam score. I think it was brinked that suggested grouping navigation of the site under headings which to me sounds like a sound idea... ie
Instead of :