What differences does the new Penguin search algorithm make on Google search results?
SilverHawk 1 year ago
One thing we do at my company is search engine optimization. We don't do a massive amount, but as a small company it is another revenue stream, and that matters. I was concerned about the "Penguin" search algorithm that Google implemented causing negative effects for my SEO clients, but honestly, I haven't seen any significant difference. Have other people been noticing a difference since the new algorithm was implemented?
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