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What The Penguin?

8 June 2012 BY

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Google is releasing animals this year. First Panda’s now Penguins. But what does that all mean? And how can we protect ourselves from these animals who seem to be eating away traffic from many sites. The answer seems simple: improve your meals. They seem to be eating only ‘bad food’.

The latest update is the Penguin Update. Ewebmarketing decided to take different elements from that update and put them in an infographic, so for this Friday’s infographic it’s Penguin time. And let us know what you think of this infographic! It’s different to the one we posted before! Also be sure to take a look at Bryan’ts post 10 Post Penguin Link Building Tips.

via Ewebmarketing

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.

3 Responses to “What The Penguin?”

  1. Peter Rigg says:

    The black and white animals are going to continue their attack.

    I heard that the next update will be badger, followed by an angry skunk, who’s planning to kick up a real stink.

  2. [...] What The Penguin? – State of Search What The Penguin? – via @StateofSearch http://t.co/nr85VqSA #google #penguin #infographic From: @edgewebradio Edge of the Web [...]

  3. [...] to make sure it upped the ante, and it’s been doing so relentlessly for years. The Panda and Penguin updates were as much about the propaganda impact they created as they were about actually attacking [...]

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Nice job, you found it!

Now, go try out the 12th one:

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