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Future Google Updates....

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by beauxesprits, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. beauxesprits

    beauxesprits BANNED BANNED

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    There have been a fair few algorithm tweaks from the world?s favourite search engine of late, all in the name of providing more reliable results for its users.

    What will they call the new updates? Let?s get the old crystal ball out.


    I predict that the next few major Google algorithm changes will be named thus:

    Google Skunk Update
    Google Zebra Update
    Google Badger Update
    Google Friesian Cow Update

    They could go for a two part dog themed update:


    Google Border Collie Update
    Google Dalmatian Update

    Perhaps they?ll chuck an animal in completely from left field.

    Google Quagga Update (Was that brown and white? Never mind ? it?s a good word.)

    I wondered if I was the only person who had noticed the black / white animal theme to the Panda and Penguin updates.


    Turns out I wasn?t: Jessica Lee mentioned it, and then Dr Pete spotted it too.



    Perhaps they won?t even go with animals at all?
    Google Minstrel Update ? that?s one for the *much* older generation I think.
    Google? Michael Jackson Update? That?d be Black OR White of course.



    Whatever they decide to go with next, I have to say that I am a big fan of both the Penguin and Panda updates. Not sure they?ve quite caught all of the dirty rascals with their all their link spam and duplicate content just yet, but I guess they?re on the case.


    Meanwhile I?ll just sit tight and wait for the Google KILLER WHALE update!
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  2. VIC SEO

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    I dont what update they relase next time but i have read some where that european union had filed case against for changing search patterns and they have given deadline to change the update.
     
  3. rugbyjack2005

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    Do you have a link to this article?
     
  4. Lee G

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    There has been mention in the UK Daily Mail about the pending legal action if they do not alter their search results
     
  5. Lee G

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    Future Google updates will kill google.
     
  8. Hemang Shah

    Hemang Shah Newbie

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    At OP, nice guessing but I guessed like this:

    Google Antixrumer update
    Google Antisenuke update
    and so on
     
  9. rugbyjack2005

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    I don't think the updates are too much of a problem as you expect things to change and move on. What i don't like is the lack of information that we are given on the topic and we have to just go and work it out ourselves. This is fine in the long term but not but not fine when we have clients that unsurprisingly are expecting results. We can hardly tell clients to wait a couple of months while we run tests!You can write lots of great articles but have exact match anchor text links in them and all of a sudden that's spam and you go from position 1 to 100. Why not tell people that you are not allowed to do that before penalising them? Their updates would then be a lot smother.

    I get that Google want to improve search results but why not be more open about the changes and give people a chance to fix them. All they do is point people to their guidelines which say very little and you are left to work it out yourself. The concept of just writing wonderful content and people linking to it is rubbish.
     
  10. cocococo

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    Am loving the GOOGLE SKUNK UPDATE hahaha
     
  11. hurn

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    These updates makes good market opportunists for SEO firms. Without these updates SEO industry will be saturated and algo will be cracked down..