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5 Things you Must Avoid to Survive from Google Panda Algorithm

April 19th, 2012 4 comments

This last 2 year is crucial moment for internet marketer who use the Google as main traffic source of their website. Why i can said that? Yes, various updates from Google, Google Panda began to wipe a lot of website. Several banned, deindexed and drastic drop on traffic are the effect given by Google update. Not a few websites that already have dozen thousands of visitors suddenly dropped become zero. I myself have several websites that got hit by recent Google Panda update. Fortunately, websites who got hit do not give too much earning for me.

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Google Panda seem change a little bit SEO paradigm that have been implemented by many internet marketers for years. Many SEO techniques that used to be very effective is now no longer so influential in raising rank your website. The new algorithm update even punish websites that implemented excessive SEO. Google has penalized thousand of website this years. Penalties can be reduction in rank or deindex from Search Engine. Read more…

Semantic Search : Take a Look Google Search Engine in The Future

March 22nd, 2012 2 comments

Associated with all algorithms and techniques update, Google is continuing to improve the performance of its search engine, Google apparently is preparing their new algorithm that will be used in the future. There may be some of you who’ve already heard it. The new technique used by Google is called Semantic Search. By using Semantic Search, Google will be able to provide a very accurate and on target answers to information seekers. So what is Semantic Search? What is the difference between Semantic Search and Common Search Technique?

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What is Semantic Search?

By definition, Semantic Search is a search technique that understand the purpose of search to generate better search accuracy. Semantic search system will consider various factors including the context of search, location, purpose, variations of words, synonyms, common and special requests, query matching and natural language concepts to provide relevant search results. So, has Google been implementing semantic search? Before answering this curiosity is I will discuss a bit about the two search engine technique that been used recently, which are literal search and semantic search. Read more…

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