Penguin 2.0 Losers: Adult Websites, Game Websites, & Big Manufacturers Like Plate.com & The Solution Army

28 May

               

 
 
 
Google’s 4th Penguin upgrade — what the organization is contacting Penguin 2.0 — hit last night, and less than 24 hours later we’re already getting a first opportunity to look at what sites might be regarded “losers” with regards to look for exposure.
 
In a few words, the record includes: adult sites, activity sites and big manufacturers like Plate.com, the Solution Military, Cheap air and Academic Examining Service (yes, ETS, the organization that makes a lot of those consistent assessments you probably took as a child).
 
The SEO application organization, Search Metrics, has just distributed its preliminary look at what sites have been impacted the most by the newest Penguin upgrade. As always, Search Metrics is using its “SEO Visibility” standard, which looks at the exposure of a business’s sites as they appear (or do not appear) across a variety of look for phrases in Google’s search engines look for.
 
Here’s their preliminary record of the 25 greatest Penguin 2.0 losers:
 
 
There are eight adult sites on the record of 25, and four game-related sites. Of those activity sites, three are detailed in the top 10. (You have to combine the adult sites detailed at the end with the sites above them to get the real order of effect.)
 
There are also several well-known manufacturers, like Plate.com, the Solution Military, ETS, and Cheap air. REEDS jewellery retailers has been around since 1946 and has shops in 18 declares. DailyDot.com, also on the record, is a well known online information site.
 
The line on the far right reveals how much “SEO Visibility” each website has missing — at least for the look for phrases those Search Metrics paths. This does not actually mean that these sites are all seeing impressive traffic failures, because they might still have high exposure for look for phrases that are not being monitored. That said, in the several years that we’ve been confirming on the Penguin and Panda up-dates, details from Search Metrics and a several other SEO application companies have usually been regarded mostly precise.
 
In his writing, Search Metrics creator Marcus Tuber says the effect from this newest Penguin upgrade has a smaller footprint sized than he predicted.
 
 
It’s not the upgrade I was anticipating. I thought that this Google Penguin upgrade would have had a larger effect similar to Panda 1. But that did not happen. My first research reveals that many slim sites, sites with slim hyperlinks and especially untrusted hyperlinks face the problem. Moreover, some small company sites were hit because they have not taken SEO serious enough.
 
 
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