Google just changed something about their search results. They are now adding warnings to search results which may be preventing people from clicking onto your website. This isn’t a penalty for breaking the rules or doing bad stuff. It’s a perfectly legit thing that many people do on their websites.
So what is it?
It can be so frustrating! You’ve got a great website with something people would love, be it a message, product, service, event, etc. You know that if people can just find your site, it will take off; but you just can’t get Google to put you in the top results so people can find you. Well, there’s a little known Google hack to vault you past the other sites.
So, what is this Google hack?
Online privacy has been a big issue in the minds of people for years, especially since the revelation of the NSA snooping programs. As these concerns grew, there just happened to be a search engine that resolved that issue by not tracking people as they searched. That search engine is…
You may have heard about in conversations, Google’s Panda. Is Google trying setup a zoo?…save an endangered species?… Nope. Google is trying to clean up their search results and rid the world of poor quality, spammy content. And they’ve set loose a Panda to do it. In fact, they just released a new update a few weeks ago.