Author: Neil Marshall

Google Penguin 4.0 Real-Time Update

You’ll all be well aware by now of the Google Penguin 4.0 real -time update which was announced by Google last week. Google won’t refer to this as Penguin 4.0 as it’s now part of its algorithm, but I think

Microsoft Changes Windows 10 Upgrade to Recommended

Microsoft continues to push really hard to upgrade users to Windows 10, and this new step is likely to catch out many that have been putting off the upgrade. Microsoft’s Windows 10 is switching its status from Optional to Recommended.

Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) Launching

Those of you that follow Google closely will know that Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is about to launch. No specific date was provided, but it’s due to launch in February 2016. What is Googles AMP? It’s a cut down

Google Panda 4.2 is Rolling Out, But Slowly

Well, here it is, and hardly anyone noticed. Google Panda 4.2 was officially announced as starting to roll out from July 18, 2015, and this one’s going to be different. Google said it was going to take weeks to process

Google Panda Update News

Many site owners and webmasters are on tenterhooks right now as the long-awaited Google Panda update is processed by the company. Originally released at the beginning of 2011 to hit the rankings of “thin content” sites, it’s first incarnation took

Google Mobile Friendly Update News

I mentioned in the last posts about the Google Mobile Friendly update coming on April 21. Well, it came and it went, and the impact has been mixed, but not as devastating as some had predicted. You may have seen

Google and Mobile Friendly SERPs – What You Need To Know

In just 30-days we’re about to find out what impact Google’s new mobile algorithm will have on the smartphone/mobile SERPs. It has already been described by a Google employee that it’s have a greater impact than Google’s Panda or Google’s

Google to Extend Mobile Site Friendliness as a Ranking Signal

Google has just announced that a mobile-friendly site is likely to do better in the mobile SERPs from April 21, 2015. For some years Google and Bing have been pushing webmasters to get their sites mobile friendly. I spent some

Mobile Web Sites Are Now a Must Have

It’s no surprise that mobile use has overtaken desktops and the combination of tablet and smartphone is so popular. It’s easy for people to manage their lives and get online almost anywhere. No longer are we tied to the desktop.

News Press Release Sites Hit By Google’s Panda 4.0 Update

News and press release distribution sites were hit badly since Google’s Panda 4.0 slapped the industry. Panda 4.0 is aimed at low quality content, and thereby sites with a predominance of the content. Since the distribution of press releases became