Archive for July, 2009

Google’s new algorithms – patience required or we pack our bags for Bing

SEO gurus and webmasters have watched over the last few weeks as Google has been changing its SERP rankings. From what we can tell so far, there seems yet to be clarity on the changes. To the frustration of all of us, Google does not announce their algorithm updates, and we continue to test results and frequent blogs and forums to gain any further insight. But many gurus suggest Google is experimenting with trust and authority in their algorithms.

“We have well established sites being outranked by new sites and by sites with very few backlinks. Also by sites using black hat techniques and unfortunately we see some established and often very trustworthy white hat websites simply disappearing from the rankings altogether. At the same time we have literally day old Craigslist posts ranking in the top results. Some .edu and .gov sites have flown to the top while others have plummeted.” (SiteProNews)

Patience required or we’ll pack our bags for Bing.

The CarbonBlack SEO team will keep you updated in our blog.


July 14, 2009 at 12:22 am 1 comment