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    In September 2016, Google rolled out Penguin 4.0: the last penguin update they'll ever publicly release. Penguin has gone real-time! Learn all about it.

The Last Penguin (Update) on Earth

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    A new Google update is targeting websites that are not mobile-friendly. Here's what you need to know about the Google Mobile Update.

Google Mobile Update: You Need A Mobile Website

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    Another Panda update?! Don't worry. If you've been following SEO best practices, you're going to be fine! Still, let's cover the details.

Panda 4.0 Review

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    Google's Hummingbird update is up and running. Let's take a closer look at what it means and how you'll need to adjust your SEO strategy.

Google’s Hummingbird is Flying

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    Penguin 2.0 is here, and it's making waves fast. Get up to speed on the latest details and make sure your site is going to be in the clear.

Learnings from Google’s Penguin 2.0

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    Google places has changed a lot over the years, and so has local search in general. Let's get a grip on what really works to drive results!

Navigating Google’s Local Evolution

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    With Penguin and Panda updates in the past, it's time for reflection. Let's look at the history and implementation of each algorithm update respectively.

Looking Back at Penguin & Panda Updates

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    Google's Panda update changed the name of the game. Learn all about it and how it impacted SEO when it first rolled out!

Google Panda: Focus on Quality

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    Google's instant search feature could be the next big thing, get up to speed on all of the latest!

Google Rolls Out Instant Search

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    It was talked about for a long time, but now we know for sure. The speed at which your website loads is a ranking factor.

Google Pitches Website Speed as a Ranking Factor

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