March 2012 Google Webmaster Report

Mar 5, 2012 • 9:23 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google Webmaster ReportIt is that time of the month again, where we provide you a recap of the past months happenings in regards to Google & SEO related topics.

An ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has a lot of nice nuggets on new things but this time, it does not have all that much. You have the usual fluctuation chatter and Panda discussion but that is about it so far.

The main things in the past thirty days or so include Panda 3.3, Google shutting off a link factor, and a PageRank update. But a lot took place in the past 30 days, here are the links:

For last month's report, see the February 2012 Google Webmaster Report.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Charlie Even

03/05/2012 03:55 pm

Great! I just got back from a few really busy days, great to catch up with this recap as always!

Katie Ashley

03/06/2012 12:39 pm

Thanks! Always good to see a recap.. I'd missed one or two of these!

Joseph Brown

03/06/2012 03:30 pm

Always updating! thanks for the re-cap, always have to catch up!

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03/07/2012 03:09 am

Great job Barry.  I think this is a very insightful post. Thanks  for re cap.

Ganesh Behera

03/07/2012 06:49 am

I am really scared that u said Google shutting off Link factor, Is this means in future Google will not consider link as the major factor.

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