Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Recovering for the Google Algorithm Impact

Throughout the last couple of years, Google has steadily set in place many algorithm changes to enhance the internet browsing experience. Although the browsing experience has been promoted with these changes, many webmasters are feeling the impact and struggling to recover. Just when you begin recovering from one Google algorithm impact, Google releases another and makes the recovery process even harder. So, what can you do to fully recover and protect yourself from future algorithm updates?

A quality website is more important now than ever before. No matter if you've been hit by Google Panda, Penguin or Hummingbird, you need to put your website's visitors first when developing your website. If your website isn't engaging or informative, Google is going to knock you down on the search results page and replace your spot with a website that will meet the internet browser's needs. Your website also needs to function in favor of the internet user and be appealing to the user as well. If any of these aspects are lacking, expect to suffer from a decrease in ranking.

This is only the beginning. There have been so many changes made to the algorithm requirements over the last couple of years, it can be nearly impossible to stay on top of them all, making recovery seem impossible. That doesn't have to be the case. If you're struggling to recover from the Google algorithm impact, I've stayed current with all of the new changes and can help you recover faster. Not to mention, I can also help you recover from any penalties you may have received and help you avoid them in the future.

If you need help recovering from the Google algorithm impact, give me a call today to set in place a plan of action to give your ranking a boost.

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