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Google May Day-End of Long tail Keyword..Do you have Idea?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by problogger99, Nov 8, 2010.

  1. problogger99

    problogger99 Junior Member

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    I have just come across a new term "Google May Day"
    , probably one of the biggest event for bloggers and webmasters. As it suggests, there may be an end of long tail keyword or ready made adsense sites. Google has changed their algorithm and from now, without authority quality sites no one will enjoy traffic from long tail keywords. tons of ecommerce sites have already experienced loss of traffic. This could be very alarming for all of you. If you don't have any idea about Google May Day then please read all these posts with a deep attention. Defiantly there are something you should be careful from now:



    http://searchengineland.com/google-confirms-mayday-update-impacts-long-tail-traffic-43054

    http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4125460.htm?highlight=msg4125482

    http://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-mayday-update-a-closer-look-at-impact/21384/

    http://www.seomoz.org/blog/whiteboard-friday-googles-may-day-update-what-it-means-for-you
     
  2. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    Welcome to two months ago.
     
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  3. chockomonkey

    chockomonkey Regular Member

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    lol problogger was too busy blogging to notice when mayday happened
     
  4. problogger99

    problogger99 Junior Member

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    I did not notice anything. My site gets more traffic every months since that is full of content;);). I know you all are much more experienced. I searched and did not find anything so I just wanted to share the info,nothing else...:nerd::nerd:
     
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  5. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    Hey, I have just come across a new term: "google"... when did this happen?? Last time I heard Altavista was rocking!!
     
  6. problogger99

    problogger99 Junior Member

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    Can't you quote properly? Did I mean Google or Google May Day?
     
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    nufaman Elite Member

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    Hey, maybe in 8 months you can make an amazing post and tell us about google caffeine!
     
  8. teeniegenie

    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    LOL...Longtail KYs are alive and well.
     
  9. greentitanium

    greentitanium Senior Member

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    just shocked that op didnt see the date of that... i mean what, 5 months ago?
    somethings went down some went up
    then there was Google instant, and im sure they are still thinking more stupid thoughts
     
  10. cbar126

    cbar126 Junior Member

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    i think he wanted to say "google halloween update". One of my clients went down the drain...
     
  11. NotTheDude

    NotTheDude Regular Member

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    There are people in Kentucky with long-tails?
     
  12. marketsmart

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    Yes, but it's the ones without the tails that you need to watch out for... :p
     
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