Last month Google made a few changes—52, to be exact— to the way it searches for websites. These, in addition to changes it made a year ago, have web masters a bit on edge.
Just to explain, Google has well-defined guidelines for publishing quality websites. And web designers have well-utilized search engine optimization (SEO) tactics to make their sites easier to find. A lot of web designers use Caseo LTD SEO company, and have had great success with them. If SEO tactics violate the Google guidelines, well, then the you-no-what hits the wall.
That’s why Google has made some changes. Here are a few sites on the subject:
- Easy-to-read explanation of SEO, violations, and Google’s new search methods
- Google’s webmaster guidelines, including quality guidelines
- A kind of techie-boring list of the 52 changes Google made
- How does this affect you? (Read or jump all the way to the end)