Throughout the past year or so search engine optimization experts have been scrambling to make sense of Google's last algorithm change, called the Panda update.
This update has lead to some pretty large drops in search rankings and visitors for some of the biggest sites on the net.
Which in turn has worried lots of website owners out there who are not positive that their link building and search engine marketing has been doing the job.
This has clearly lead to many individuals spreading their own ideas as to what the cause is and subsequently providing their ideas about how to proceed, generally based on nothing more than something they scanned somewhere else.
So in this short article I am not going to pretend to have the answer to the Panda update.
What I will do is supply you with 3 tried and true backlink building methods you can use that could future proof you against these sort of upgrades from Google's search engine which are occurring more and more.
The Internet is basically focused on arranging data, and articles are a wonderful source of information.
As Google gets smarter your own system may have to change a little bit, though the rationale is still the same - create articles, get them published on different different websites with links back to your own site.
Once we move ahead the ideal tactic will probably involve a shift to higher quality writing. Gone are the days when you could post the articles to a huge number of article submission sites and expect good results.
You should concentrate more on the article submission sites with Google Pagerank who personally publish articles according to level of quality, since spammers will be found out and the value of your own links will likely be greater.
Blog commenting has been seriously associated with spam, but when you're doing it the appropriate way it can not just boost your site's search rankings but also send you direct traffic as well.
You must be making high quality comments on any blogs who manually approve responses and encourage good dialogue on their website.
These sort of links are forever considered organic and worthwhile.
Once again we are discussing manually assessed directories here, and preferably any which are business or region specific that also have developed some trust in Google's eyes, which is determined by Pagerank.
Directory website listings tend to be particularly important if the company operates locally since they can also be a source of citations which are useful for enhancing Google Places listing.
When you make sure that you are persistently creating high quality links to your website through these methods along with any other strategies at your disposal, your site is more likely to overcome any of the main changes that Google decides to make down the road.
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