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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 29, 2012
The last week of February saw the arrival of Google’s latest search algorithm, Google Panda 3.3 and what followed was the de-ranking and de-indexing of various paid blog networks all over the Internet. To date the Panda continues in its pursuit, penalizing websites with low quality content created for the sole purpose of manipulating rankings with artificial backlinks, and effectively dismantling some established online marketing practices. Top quality content creation and distribution company SEOPartner released an update on the general state of affairs in the world of search engines and included the reassurance that its current web promotion maps do not use blog networks to link to customer sites.
“For our SEOpartner customers, we are fussy where we promote content,” renowned Internet marketing authority and SEOPartner owner James Schramko reassures. “Just as we do for our own websites, we create quality content and distribute it to well regarded sites such as Youtube, WordPress, Blogger, Squidoo, and quality privately owned websites that are not part of public blog networks. We also specialize in issuing original press releases.”
The news update covers a thorough discussion of the recent happenings in the industry, giving information on the 700,000 warning messages issued by the Google Webmaster. The warning gives website owners the chance to clean up their marketing methods. The article also includes tips to avoid receiving the warning or getting de-indexed altogether.
The piece points out that Google knows what it wants and website owners have to comply pursuant to the Google webmaster guidelines to stay on the premier search engine’s good side. It also poses theories as to the rationale behind the recent trend of aggressive actions from Google. The article is accompanied by a clever infographic illustrating the entire situation. Furthermore, an update on the adjustments made on SEOPartner’s standard operating procedures is also included.
Schramko adds, “We are working extremely hard to look after your site as much as we do ours.” He also reminds people that SEOPartner is not a paid blog network.
“We are a quality content creation and distribution service. We hand-create all content and we hand-distribute all content,” he avers, concluding with the following assertion: “With our considerable team size and research base we are committed to being the quality web marketing team of choice.”