This article has a Content Optimization list every hubber should read.
And I loved the title wording.
"Is the Google Pandapocalypse Near for the UK and Beyond?"
Search Engine Watch (blog) - 6 hours ago
Yes, unique word there. Good article and interesting read. I am surprised that the change seems to be affecting regions and countries in almost a roll out pattern tho. I would have thought when they made the changes, it would have been instant for the whole net.
Thanks, paradigmsearch, very interesting read. It's 3:00am here in Toronto, so I just bookmarked it. I'll read some more tomorrow.. oh it's already tomorrow.. later then. Thanks again.
Just a follow up. This critter has more Easter eggs than you can shake a stick at.
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