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Google’s Algorithm Dance: No Fancy Footwork for Quality Publishers

November 8, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

For those who live and die according to how well they can suss out Google’s search algorithms to drive traffic, the company’s constant tinkering may create a giant headache. The best “trick” may be to ignore the algorithms and focus on providing quality content, suggested Melanie Rembrandt of Rembrandt Communications. “Those who provide valuable content to their target market will always be rewarded.”

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