Google EMD, Panda, Penguin Filters Hit At Same Time

Google’s late September modification brought many site owners up short because it targeted something Google hadn’t yet attacked: exact match domains. Danny Sullivan provides a thoughtful and extensive review of it over at Search Engine Land. He believes this EMD update will become a regular filter, much like Panda, and eventually be updated every month. To understand what the EMD update did, you need to understand that Google has historically given a boost – albeit a very small boost – to websites whose domain names exactly match the query performed by a search. So cheapwidgets.com might sh…

6 Responses to Google EMD, Panda, Penguin Filters Hit At Same Time

  • Brody S says:

    Can I sync with Google remotely on my pc by connecting my BlackBerry to my pc?

  • Jesse says:

    Google was one of the Firefox supporters in the war against Microsoft Internet Explorer.
    What do you think will happen now to Firefox?

  • Nick says:

    what is the Google guide line for website Optimization because i saw many article and site if you want increase website traffic etc..activity then you have to fellow Google guide lines..

  • Andre says:

    I submitted all my .html files to google for indexing yesterday. I understand it’ll take about a week to crawl. During this time, am I allowed to edit those files since I need to update information? And by the way, what is SEO? How do I get that worked on my website? What else do I need?

    Thanks for your time and help!

    Best,

  • SteveO says:

    Can someone please give me some pointers as to how I can optimize my campaign? Any links or pointers would be great. Thank you.

  • RxP DarkBox says:

    No I want to work with google specificially, get tips on Adwords etc….

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