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Penguin 4.0 – How To Improve Rankings With Google’s New Real Time Algorithm

Jade Coleman explains why backlink audits, high quality content and keyword tracking are more important than ever following the roll out of Penguin 4.0. Google rolled out Penguin 4.0 on 23 September 2016, announcing that the algorithm is now a part of Google’s core algorithm. The Penguin algorithm, first launched in 2012, is designed to…

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Google’s Penguin 4.0 is Live

Google has finally rolled out a more up-to-date version of its anti-spam ranking algorithm – Penguin. On 23 September 2016, Penguin 4.0 was launched worldwide, with a few significant changes, setting it apart from previous versions of the Penguin algorithm. Penguin is an important ranking algorithm that focuses on devaluing spammy sites, as well as…

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SEO News Roundup: Webmasters Believe Penguin 4.0 Now Rolling Out

Tom Williams brings us all the latest search engine optimisation news, including changes to local packs, PageSpeed updates, mobile-friendly alerts for site owners, and the latest Whiteboard Friday discussion. Is Penguin 4.0 Finally on its Way? Speculation was rife at the end of last week that Google could be finally testing the Penguin 4.0 algorithm….

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SEO News Roundup: Penguin 4.0 Nearly Here

Lisa Coglan looks at the latest search engine optimisation news, including Penguin 4.0’s imminent arrival before the end of 2015, Google’s warning on sneaky mobile redirects and internet archive The Wayback Machine to get update by 2017. Penguin 4.0 Should Arrive by End of Year The new real-time Penguin algorithm, v4.0, is likely to be…

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