January 2012 Google Webmaster Report

Jan 5, 2012 • 9:04 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google WebmasterDecember is normally a slow month for Google updates and SEO discussions and this December was fairly slow. Google promised not to do any major Panda updates and for the most part, it seems they did not. Although, a few days ago, Google got in trouble buying links so they penalized themselves again.

That being said, currently there is some discussion about a possible Panda update that struck down on January 4th or 5th - but I am not seeing enough chatter on the topic, yet, to make an assumption on if it is real or not. But many folks feel that soon enough SEOs will stop talking about Panda and start talking about Google's next beast to hit the algorithm. Good assumption there, don't you think?

In any event, to read last month's Google webmaster report, click here.

Here are the more important Google webmaster related stories we covered this past month:

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Business Grant

01/06/2012 11:31 am

Google is pushing its own Chrome browser down in search rankings for 60 days following reports that the company was involved in an ad campaign that paid for links to bolster search traffic. And since Google has rules against that sort of thing and has worked hard to keep paid results out of its search engine, the reports were more than a bit embarrassing for the company.

Toronto_SEO_Girl

01/06/2012 01:12 pm

I certainly think focus on the next big update would help.  They will likely continue to tweak Panda but my thoughts are what's next?  Someone has to have heard something somewhere I would hope.

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01/07/2012 12:28 am

Webmaster tools list is really great. It is important for check blogs and other web site performance and also manage it. Google web master tool is most effective than other tools. I use this tool for my web site.

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01/07/2012 02:54 pm

That's really a good news for all online visitors.I think Google Webmaster Tools allows client applications to view and update site information and Sitemaps in the form of Google Webmaster Tools Data API feeds.

Christy

01/09/2012 10:58 am

This is the ultimate tool for website owners to manage all of the back-end website information and ensure proper indexing when Google crawls your website. Nice info

Patrick Long

01/09/2012 12:11 pm

 You've shared so much insight and information that is greatly appreciated.  Google web master is a ultimate tool for website proper indexing when Google crawls. Google Web master Tools is Google's free service for web masters. See your site as Google sees it, find out any problems we had crawling your site, and share info with us that will help improve your site's visibility in Google's search results.

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