Google Update, Penalties In Greece, Web Explorer 8 Passing Referrer & Geometry

< things type="application/x-shockwave-flash" design="width:425 px; height:355 px;" data ="//" >< param name="motion picture" worth ="//"/ > This week, we saw a great deal of individuals talking about ranking changes in Google, it is difficult to know if it was an algorithm refresh or something manual related. Google’s Matt Cutts said they acted in Greece. Doc Sheldon was hit by a manual action for one bad outbound link that injured his entire website. Google’s Cutts does a video on how to tell if you were struck by an algorithm. Google’s Matt Cutts also discusses connecting country level sites together. Google does not desire you to delete your old disavow file before submitting a new one. Google seems to be passing referrer from IE8, by no longer having it review SSL. Google updated the bulk uploads for Google Places, making it much easier. Google now answers geometry concerns. That was this past week in search at the Online search engine Roundtable.

Did Google Do An Algorithm Update The Other Day?:
Google’s Matt Cutts Confesses To Google Penalties In Greece:
A Google Manual Action We Ought To Fret About & Learn From:
Google’s Matt Cutts On Informing If Your Website Was Struck By Algorithm:
Google’s Matt Cutts: Be Mindful Connecting Sister Nation Sites Together When …:
Google’s Matt Cutts: Don’t Delete Old Disavow Files Prior To Uploading New Ones:
Google On IE8 Drops SSL & Passes Complete Referrer:
Now Sneak Peek Your Google Places Bulk Uploads:
Google Does Your Geometry Homework:
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