Search engine optimization just never seems to get easier. As Google and Bing continue their trek towards refining the SERP (search engine results page), SEO in Toronto has become ever more difficult.
So what’s new?
Google has been ever increasingly cracking down on the cheaters of the SEO industry who farm, and spam links just to increase their website or their client’s website(s) rankings. Google’s latest Disavow tool has now come into affect allowing webmasters to claim links that they do not want to be associated with anymore, or reap benefits from.
Tip: For Toronto, many search engine optimization links are readily available to buy, but DO NOT DO IT! Google is looking for websites to start spamming, and you never know when yours will be on the chopping block next. As Google Webmaster Tools Matt Cutt’s continues to preach, taking the cheap way to rank on Google’s search engine will never get you anywhere. So what is Google looking for? They’re looking for local links, hard work (which means content additions like blog posts), and good quality links with unique anchor-text.
For all the SEOs in Toronto: avoiding bad linking, and working hard is the only solution. If you’ve committed to being lazy and have been penalized, or your client’s have been penalized, the Disavow Tool is now ready to help get you and your client’s back on track. As Google has released this tool, please also be sure to keep in mind that this tool is for ONLY if you need to recover from flags or penalties from Google (you usually can tell if this is the case as Google will send you an email or your rankings will drastically drop).
For more information on the Disavow tool, click here: http://www.business2community.com/seo/seo-companies-the-recent-penguin-update-and-the-disavow-tool-0307558