Tag archive for Google Algorithm Change

The Major Highlights From Brighton SEO 2014

By Lorna Gill — 28th April 2014 — Events

Brighton SEO was a great event with some enlightening highlights. Talks, workshops and roundtables to attend and stopping by the booths of various exhibitors for a chat were just some of the options t…

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(Not Provided) Is Back – This Time For Paid Search

By Lorna Gill — 10th April 2014 — Competitive Intelligence for Search

Google’s 2011 rollout of (not provided) for organic search was a bitter pill to swallow for publishers, as they lost valuable organic search keyword data, and could no longer determine which keyword…

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All you need to know about Google Shopping

By Lorna Gill — 8th April 2014 — Google Updates

Time to say goodbye to Google Product Listing Ads and give a warm welcome to the much-anticipated Google Shopping. Google announced yesterday that as of late August 2014, everyone will be required to…

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Your way around (not provided) keywords

By Lorna Gill — 25th November 2013 — Competitive Intelligence for Search

You may have heard about Google’s plans to switch off keyword data access. We had a chat with Adthena’s Engineering Director Ben Vincent about what not provided keywords mean for your search mark…

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2011 Updates on Google Panda Algorithm Change.

By Lorna Gill — 20th October 2011 — Google Updates

Panda 2.5 - September 28, 2011 Almost a month after Google announced their latest Panda Update. Its effects on SERP results have been unclear so far but many blogs have reported large scale losses in…

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