Here are 3 ways TESTED Mandatory you do to Avoid the negative impact of Google’s Penguin
For the umpteenth time back Google update its search engine algorithms. The official name of the algorithm update this time Google is the Penguin. The victims were tumbling. Many sites or blogs that are experiencing a decrease in traffic of visitors from search engines. Not a bit of website or blog are exposed to penalties and missing completely from the search engine page. For those who take advantage of your site or blog to make money from the internet, a result very noticeably: decrease earnings.
What exactly is Google Penguin?
Google Penguin is a name that refers to the process of routine updates of Google’s search engine algorithm that this time focused on quality improvement efforts to the search results of Google Search Engine (SERP) by way of cleaning (lower ranking or download the in indeks at all) sites identified as “webspam”. “Webspam” are sites that intentionally break the rules of quality “Google Quality Guidelines” with the purpose to get high rankings in Google’s search results page.
Yes, Google actually has “rules” about the quality of a site or blog. Unfortunately, this rule is not well known (or perhaps ignored) by the owners of the site or blog. Whereas, if followed, scourge Google Penguin actually don’t have to be scary ghosts. Any site or blog will not be affected by the decline in Google’s ranking of the Penguin.
In this article I will review these tips on how to avoid negative impact on Google Penguin. These Tips are all sourced from Google’s Quality Guidelines.
1. avoid Hidden Text or Hidden Links
Hidden text or hidden links are text or links are deliberately kept hidden in order not seen by visitors to your site or blog, but still readable by search engine robots. Typically, text or link that is hidden is the keyword aim to improve ranking in search engines. Some of the how to create hidden text or hidden links, for instance by making the text color is the same as the background color of your website or blog, contains the text behind the images, using CSS to hide text or make text with font size “0″. Google Penguin will remove the index of search engine sites or blogs that contain hidden text or a case with hidden links. That is, your site or blog will disappear from the Google search results page.
a. If you ever create hidden text or hidden links, immediately delete text or link or display so that it can be viewed by visitors to your site or blog.
c. After you are sure that your site or blog does not violate the rules of the hidden text or hidden links, send data to your site or blog to Google Webmaster Tools to get a review.
2. Don’t Do Cloaking
Cloaking is a technique for displaying content or a different URL for visitors of your website or blog and for search engines. An example is displaying HTML text page for search engines, and displays the same page with image or video material to visitors to your site or blog. Same with the technique of hidden text or hidden links, Google Penguin will assume a site or blog do cloaking as untrustworthy sites and will delete the indexes your site or blog.
a. If you ever do cloaking, immediately remove or display content or URLs that are equally good in the eyes of visitors as well as search engines.
b. If you are using a picture, use the “ALT” attribute to describe the image.
d. Once you are confident that your site or blog does not violate rules about cloaking, send data to your site or blog to Google Webmaster Tools to get a review.
3. Don’t Do Stuffing Keywords
Stuffing Keywords is SEO techniques that are done by fulfilling the courtyard site or blog with certain keywords to get high rankings in the search engines. For example, write articles with keyword density levels (keywords density) is more than 10 times (over-optimization). Keywords stuffing is also commonly done on meta tags and post tags. Maybe you’ve found a site or blog that displays a large number of keyword search results (search terms) with a lot of commas in the post footer tags. That’s just one example of stuffing keywords into the Google penalty targets Penguin.
a. If you ever do keywords stuffing, immediately delete and create meta tags or post tags accordingly.
b. If you are using the Search Term Tagging Plugin, you better drop this plugin or not display the search terms results of this plugin.
c. If you attach the sidewide links in the footer section,