Google Panda Update #24 Is Rolling Out – Confirmed On January 22 ‘2013

January 23, 2013
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It’s January 23 ‘2013, and we can see a lot of queries shuffled up in the search engine, which indicates the rolling out of one of Google’s algorithm updates. While it has now been confirmed by Google itself via its official Twitter account, the Google Panda Refresh rolling out currently will be affecting 1.2% of […]

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Top 10 WordPress Plugins To Use In 2013

January 18, 2013

If you are here, then one thing is clear. Like us, you don’t believe in the 21 December ‘2012 termination or end of the world crap. Well, for sure it kills the excitement, but there’s still more to explore with each passing day, and here we are exploring the top 10 WordPress plugins you should […]

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Free Tools To Check Your Blog PageRank, Alexa Rank And Backlinks Online

November 13, 2012
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The web is becoming more and more competitive with each passing day, and for your blog/website to become successful, you need to maintain high SEO ranks. Search engines like Google focus majorly on Search Engine Optimization of your content to rank your website or blog in its search engine, however kindly note that articles tailored only […]

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Google Panda Data Refresh Update Rolled Out On November 5 ‘2012 [Confirmed]

November 7, 2012
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It’s kind of good that Google has become really transparent in letting us know all about its current algorithm update, of course using its official Twitter account. It’s been a long range of algorithm updates, specially Google Panda updates released over an year or so, and for the facts, Google just released Panda Data refresh […]

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Google Penguin, Then Google EMD, And 20th Google Panda Update Rolls Out

October 9, 2012
google algorithm updates 2012

The recent days, specially the last week has been a roller coaster considering the fact that a number of algorithm changes were rolled out by the search engine giant, Google. Now confirmed by none other than Google, we have good three algorithm updates released by Google since September 27th ‘2012. All the three updates seem […]

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Google’s Penguin 3.0 Update Rolled Out On October 5 ‘2012 [Confirmed]

October 6, 2012
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Our friend from Twitter, and the head of web-spam team at Google- Matt Cutts has recently announced on Twitter that Google’s Penguin 3.0 or call it the ‘data-refresh’ update was rolled out on October 5 ‘2012. Now since this is the third Penguin update since the launch of Penguin algo updates in April ‘2012, we […]

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Hold On To Your Roots Webmasters, As Google Rolls Out Panda Refresh

September 18, 2012
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It all seems to be a never ending phenomenon for a lot of bloggers, ever since Google rolled out the first Panda Update in February 2011 devastating a lot of websites all across the web. “Google’s Panda Update is the worst or the best thing for a website”. This statement is now well accepted by […]

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How To Avoid Getting Hit By The Next Google Penguin Update

August 20, 2012

Matt Cutts says the next Google Penguin update would be revolutionary. Well, we don’t believe him. Is it the first update which is going to devastate blogs? Things have been going up and down ever since Google unveiled its Panda update, back in February 2011. What started with a aim to degrade scrapper sites might […]

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Facebook Recommendation Bar Out For Websites. Get It Now!

July 28, 2012

We love the social network giant for making things easier for us, here at Gadgec. With social media presence now a big factor deciding websites ranking throughout the search engines, Facebook’s recommendations bar is the thing you need to take your blog or websites a step ahead. This is actually not something totally new we […]

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Google Panda Updates- Changing Search Engine Experience Since 2011

July 26, 2012

It all started out with a simple algorithm change by none other than the search engine giant, Google, in order to dismiss scrapper, or  low-quality sites, as we love to call them. The update, first rolled out in February 2011, and intended to change around 11% of the search queries worldwide was seen as a […]

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