Last year’s Google Panda update was just the beginning. Google updated its algorithm yet again in late April. This time, Google’s going after “webspam.” What is webspam? It’s deceptive, non-useful, or irrelevant information. Keyword stuffing, an overabundance of a given keyword phrase, is one example of webspam. Another example involves irrelevant links such as links to debt relief websites embedded in a blog post about prenatal care. What can you do to ensure your website is webspam free? Focus on quality writing and offer relevant information to your users. It’s a winning combination.
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On March 30th, all Facebook pages will be switched to the new “Timeline” design which organizes status updates by time period. As an admin, you can preview or publish your timeline now. Perhaps most noticeable is the inclusion of a cover photo. Make sure to select one that makes a dramatic impression. Take control over which status posts are displayed by pinning compelling posts to the top and hiding irrelevant ones from view. Need help? Webiotic offers complete Facebook page design packages. Contact us today.