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Unconfirmed Google algorithm update may be better at discounting links and spam

Did Google update their Penguin algorithm? Did Google block private blog network links? Something happened. We bring you our theories.

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A Penguin’s Tale: Responding to the latest update

What should SEOs do to make the best of the new Penguin update? Perhaps not much. Columnist Dave Davies notes that while Penguin 4.0 was indeed significant, things ultimately haven’t changed that much.

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Penguin 4.0: Necessary and positive improvement

Are you excited about the recent Penguin update? You should be! Columnist Andrew Dennis explains why this algorithm adjustment is a boon to webmasters and SEOs.

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Google says Penguin 4.0 rollout now complete

If you haven’t seen a Google Penguin recovery by now, you may still need to do some link cleanup. Google Penguin 4.0 is now fully rolled out.

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Google Penguin looks mostly at your link source, says Google

When we asked Google’s Gary Illyes about Penguin, he said SEOs should focus on where their links come from for the most part, but they have less to worry about now that Penguin devalues those links, as opposed to demotes the site.

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Google labels your links, such as ‘footer’ or Penguin-impacted

Google’s manual action team has access to look at a page’s link labels and may use that to dig deeper into the site’s activities.

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Give Google a break: Tackling paid links is harder than you may think

Google is often criticized for how it handles spammy links, but columnist Ian Bowden believes this criticism may be unfair. Here, he takes a look at the challenges Google might face in tackling the ongoing issue of paid links.

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Authority & link building with real-time Penguin

Google recently released Penguin 4.0, and the Penguin filter now updates in real time. Columnist Marcus Miller explores what this means for SEO and link building.

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Google says Penguin recoveries have started to roll out now

Have you been waiting two or more years to recover from your Penguin penalty? Google said the recoveries are starting now.

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Google Penguin doesn’t penalize for bad links – or does it?

You technically no longer need to use the disavow file to help fix your Google Penguin issues – here is why.

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