On page SEO after the latest Google algo change?

by zonkow
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How should the keywords, titles,descriptions be optimized after this algo change?
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  • Profile picture of the author Bond Girl
    Zonkow,

    I wouldn't do anything until the dust settles a bit and we see what has really happened. I don't think G intended for some pages to be completely blank that are on the first page of very competitive words like "make money online"...so I would wait a bit before doing any changes...
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  • Profile picture of the author Derek Blandford
    I agree...way too early to start making changes to your marketing and optimization strategies...let's see how this all plays out. Google can't leave the results like this or they'll lose all their searchers.
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  • Profile picture of the author scottmacair
    Originally Posted by zonkow View Post

    How should the keywords, titles,descriptions be optimized after this algo change?
    Probably much the same - without over optimising of course.
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  • Profile picture of the author Content Traders
    Originally Posted by zonkow View Post

    How should the keywords, titles,descriptions be optimized after this algo change?
    Its true that Google will refine its search results to some extent but it already has clearly shown the right path. Google is now giving more and more importance to relevancy. The game has become much difficult for the people who try to optimize and rank for some specific singal keyword. Google is now looking how much the content is relevant to some specific term. Probably, it will be a good practice to use LSI keywords and give them good proportion in your off-page SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author GodMode52
    Panda proof anchor text diversity 15% primary Kw, 30% secondary KW,25% click here/here , 30% raw link = win.
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    • Profile picture of the author mosthost
      Originally Posted by GodMode52 View Post

      Panda proof anchor text diversity 15% primary Kw, 30% secondary KW,25% click here/here , 30% raw link = win.
      You've got yourself a little recipe there. Just like baking a cake. If only Google was so simple minded
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    • Profile picture of the author SilverSunrise
      Originally Posted by GodMode52 View Post

      Panda proof anchor text diversity 15% primary Kw, 30% secondary KW,25% click here/here , 30% raw link = win.
      I cannot agree more! Good tip!
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  • Profile picture of the author faceblogger
    Onpage SEO always remains same. Panda is to fight link building
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  • Profile picture of the author Torafox1
    Let's just wait until the new Google algorithm hype calms down and that's the time we make a move. There's no point in rushing things right away and panic.
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  • Profile picture of the author addlinkweb
    if your content does not look spammy and keyword stuffed then you are just fine with the new updates of Google algorithm
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    • Profile picture of the author cashtree
      Originally Posted by addlinkweb View Post

      if your content does not look spammy and keyword stuffed
      That's the problem,the is a incredibly complicated space and Google is trying to dictate what they think it should be with crap technology that's not yet ready. They're ruining things and this is why i've always said, monopolies are bad and we need more diversity. Facebook is a good example too.
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    • Profile picture of the author marksmit
      Originally Posted by addlinkweb View Post

      if your content does not look spammy and keyword stuffed then you are just fine with the new updates of Google algorithm
      There are lot more than this. Back linking is also a important factor.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by zonkow View Post

    How should the keywords, titles,descriptions be optimized after this algo change?
    The same way as before the algo, change.

    BTW, the description tag is for human eyes not SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author iobeek
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      The same way as before the algo, change.

      BTW, the description tag is for human eyes not SEO.
      Something a lot of people overlook!
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  • Profile picture of the author hocuspocus32
    Hey if you feel you have been wrongly pushed down the SERP, you can contact Google directly. The head of the webspam team (aka Matt Cutts) tweeted: "If you know a site affected by algo update that you don't think should be affected, we made a form to provide feedback. goo.gl/nt3Pz"
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    • Profile picture of the author SilverSunrise
      Originally Posted by hocuspocus32 View Post

      Hey if you feel you have been wrongly pushed down the SERP, you can contact Google directly. The head of the webspam team (aka Matt Cutts) tweeted: "If you know a site affected by algo update that you don't think should be affected, we made a form to provide feedback. goo.gl/nt3Pz"
      Thank you for posting the link to the feedback form. I just have sent to messages to Google. I will hope this helps to get my sites reconsidered. At least I expect to get a brief feedback on the punishment by the penguin update. This should ideally state why the punishment has occurred.

      I have tried hard to be in align with googles guidelines. I have studied them again recently. I just cannot figure out why the websites have been hit by the update.

      I have outsourced my SEO activities. It is hard for me to judge wether the link building has been 100% white hat. The service provider claim it at least.

      Now I have a question: after the penguin update and the punishment...does it make sense to further optimize on these websites or should I change to another domains? Will the rankings come back, if I continue building links that comply with Googles guidelines?

      Thanks for any thoughts!
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  • Profile picture of the author PromoDirect
    On 24th Apr Google has update some valuable information on their webmasters blog. They wrote about "Another step to reward high-quality sites".

    In this blog post they have distinguished the White Hat and Black Hat techniques. I think its an important thing to learn for all webmasters.
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