Learn SEO - Latest SEO updates in May 2014

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Learn SEO - Latest SEO updates in May 2014

  • Each year, Google changes its search algorithm around 500–600 times.

  • While most of these changes are minor,

  • Effect more SEO  algorithmic update announce (like Google Panda and Google Penguin

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  • recent update - Payday Loan 2.0.Panda 4.0 

Payday Loan 2.0 — May 16, 2014

The google give an first generation update of "Payday Loan"  on June 11, 2013,on that time may be its not effect for some major marketing websites.
Google new secong generatation Payday loan update come into news frequently because this update effects ebay- online shoping website. e-bay loose its top rank with in short period. payday loan update effects in e-bay noticed(May 17 th to May 20th )that a few keywords seemed to show losses for eBay, and the main eBay sub-domain fell completely out of the Top 10. 

ebay lost two top 10 rankings for a single keyword phrase. Those phrases were:

"fiber optic christmas tree"
"tongue rings"
"vermont castings"

Ex :for  tongue rings (key word) the e- bay loose its position 2nd  to 10th.

Google updated it's "payday loan" algorithm, which targets especially spammy queries. The exact date of the roll-out was May 20th.
This update, which was designed to combat specific search queries that tend to have a high number of extremely spammy results, saw a refresh that was fairly noticeable to many algorithm watchers and webmasters.

Panda 4.0 — May 19, 2014

Google confirmed a major Panda update that likely included both an algorithm update and a data refresh. Officially, about 7.5% of English-language queries were affected. While Matt Cutts said it began rolling out on 5/20, our data strongly suggests it started earlier

Google originally launched its Panda algorithm in February 2011 as a way to lower the search rankings of websites with low-quality, spammy, or thin content.
This most recent Panda update and refresh, which took place on May 19th or 20th and reportedly impacted around 7.5% of all search queries(the largest update since Panda was first launched), is Google’s latest attempt to keep low-quality sites from ranking highly in the search results

The business owners, who want to win the top position with their competitors..... they should follow these four step forever.

Website:  Updating your website is the  first step.If your website is already in responsive webdesign.. Its great .. if not you should go for redesign your website. 
More people are accessing websites on mobile devices than computers,so you should upgraded to a “responsive” design. you always keep in mindcontent is brand to google search so Instead of chasing the latest keywords,provide useful contentfor your web pages.The content should be updated often.  

Also, make sure your website conforms to Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and check your Google Analytics, not just to see how many clicks you are getting, but to see if there are any problems with the function of your website.

Blog:Each blog post is actually a web page. In other words, a blog not only adds fresh content to your website, but allows you to explore each facet of your business and publish useful information with the key words that your target audience may be searching for.

Social:  Google has admitted that they have incorporated “social signals” as part of their algorithms. Believe it or not, Google knows when you post to social sites, and even when people like or comment on those posts.

Google+:  Adding content, including social posts and blog posts, to Google+, so many think its a worthless,but it is amazing how many companies spend time and money promoting their websites and forget about posting here. This is a Google property, and they definitely pay attention to it.