Millions of websites have began lost their rankings after the update. Has your website affected? Perhaps your ranking went up as others float down?
What can you do to avoid new ranking problems?
According to several recent reports, major sites such as ask.com (competition to google), ebay.com, biography.com and aceshowbiz.com have lost as much as 70% of their rankings on Google. It seems that the content (often automatically server generated) of these web pages is not appetizing for Google’s new ranking algorithms.
How does this affect your web pages?
If your website mainly consists of quite similar pages, it’s likely that your site will be affected by Google’s new ranking manipulations and similarly if the content/structure of your pages has been created automatically or ‘dynamically’.
These algorithms now additionally target webpage spam. If you do not get too spammy with your pages, you shouldn’t have to worry much.
If you want to get long-term results, do not use spammy methods to promote your website. Use ‘white-hat’ methods and play by the rules. Your website’s Google rankings will be much more stable then.
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