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| Duncan Mcgirt
A quick check of how the site was laid out soon uncovered a lot of unnecessary pages, or what Google calls thin, overlapping content. This observation would go a long way to confirming that the traffic drop was indeed caused by the May algorithm change.
23. oktober 2018

| Era Haare
In the above example, a new client thought it was a switch to HTTPS and server downtime that caused the drop when it was actually the May 6, 2015, Google Quality Algorithm (originally called Phantom 2 in some circles) that caused the sudden drop in organic traffic – and the problem was probably compounded by unnatural linking practices. (This client did eventually receive a penalty for unnatural links when they ignored our advice to clean up).
23. oktober 2018

| Sherwood Landenberger
Sometimes, Google turns up the dial on demands on ‘quality’, and if your site falls short, a website traffic crunch is assured. Some sites invite problems ignoring Google’s ‘rules’ and some sites inadvertently introduce technical problems to their site after the date of a major algorithm update and are then impacted negatively by later refreshes of the algorithm.
23. oktober 2018

| Norbert Bergem
Historically sites that had domain authority or online business authority had lots of links to them, hence why link building was so popular a tactic – and counting these links is generally how most 3rd party tools still calculate it a pseudo domain authority score for websites today.
23. oktober 2018

| Sindy Helena
Google has a LONG list of technical requirements it advises you meet, on top of all the things it tells you NOT to do to optimise your website. Meeting Google’s technical guidelines is no magic bullet to success – but failing to meet them can impact your rankings in the long run – and the odd technical issue can actually severely impact your entire site if rolled out across multiple pages.
23. oktober 2018

| Troy Garter
Technical SEO
23. oktober 2018

| Milan Jespersen
If Google thinks your links are manipulative, they want them cleaned up, too.
23. oktober 2018

| Albert Hunger
You won’t get penalised or filtered when others do. When others fall, you will rise.
23. oktober 2018

| Robbyn Mcnealy
Google spokespeople say ‘user-experience’ is NOT A RANKING FACTOR but this might be splitting hairs as lots of the rules are designed to guarantee a good a ‘user experience’ as possible for Google’s users.
23. oktober 2018

| Maria Pawlosky
Specific Advice From Google on Pruning Content From Your Site
23. oktober 2018

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