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Search Engine Optimization(SEO) Tutorial Part 2


Our SEO tutorial includes all topics of Search Engine Optimization such as black and white SEO techniques, how search engine works, SEO market research,Google Algorithm Updates.

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Search Engine Optimization(SEO) Tutorial Part 2

  1. 1. The work of the search engine is divided into three stages, i.e. crawling, indexing and retrieval 1) Crawling The search engines have the web crawler or spiders to perform crawling. The task of crawler is to visit a web page, read it and follow the links to other web pages of the site. Each time the crawler visits a webpage it makes a copy of the page and adds its URL to the index. After adding the URL it regularly visits the sites like every month or two to look for updates or changes.
  2. 2. 2) Indexing In this stage, the crawler creates the index of the search engine. The index is like a huge book which contains a copy of each web page found by the crawler. If any webpage changes the crawler updates the book with new content. So, the index comprises URL of different webpages visited by the crawler and contains the information collected by the crawler. This information is used by search engines to provide the relevant answers to users for their queries. If a page is not added to the index it will not be available to the users.
  3. 3. 3) Retrieval This is the final stage in which the search engine provides the most useful and relevant answers in a particular order. Search engines use algorithms to improve the search results so that only genuine information could reach to the users, e.g. PageRank is a popular algorithm used by search engines. It shifts through the pages recorded in the index and shows those webpages on the first page of results that it thinks are the best.
  4. 4. In the beginning, in 90's, search engines was not as effective as it is today; it was mainly focused on keyword matching and backlinks. So, it was quite easy for the low-quality websites to rank higher by targeting their exact keywords with lots of backlinks.
  5. 5. 2003 Updates Florida It was introduced on 16 November, 2003. It brought significant change to Google's algorithm and put an end to the use of keyword stuffing to manipulate search engine results Fritz It was introduced in July 2013. With this update Google changed its way of updating the index; now instead of indexing on a monthly basis, it started indexing on daily basis.
  6. 6. 2004 Updates Brandy This update was launched in February 2004. It expanded Google?s index and incorporated Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) which enabled Google to better understand synonyms. Austin It was introduced on 23rd January 2004. This update was actually some improvements in the Florida update. It targeted the on-page spam tactics like invisible text and meta-tag stuffing
  7. 7. 2005 Updates Bigdaddy It was rolled out in December 2005. It was an infrastructure change that brought new technicalities related to URL canonicalization, redirects, etc. It helped Google to prepare for future developments
  8. 8. 2007 Updates Buffy It was introduced in June 2007. This update was named in honor of Google's Vanessa Fox. Matt Cutts said that it was just some minor changes like the integration of search results with news, images and videos, etc.
  9. 9. 2009 Updates Caffeine (Preview) In August 2009, Google released Caffeine (Preview); the upcoming infrastructure change to improve and integrate indexing, crawling and range of their search engine index. Vince It was introduced in February 2009. It was seen as a big change that would favor big brands but Google?s Matt Cutts cleared that it was a minor change focused on ranking signals like trust and authority.
  10. 10. 2010 Updates Caffeine In June 2010, Google updated its caffeine algorithm to introduce new web indexing system. It helped Google to improve the speed of search engine and integrated crawling and indexing that resulted in a fifty percent fresher index.
  11. 11. 2011 Updates Panda/Farmer It was first launched on Feb24 2011. This algorithm was used to assign a score to webpages based on the quality of the content and de-rank the sites with low-quality content. Its job was to identify and de-rank content farms, sites offering thin content or sites with high ad-to- content ratio.
  12. 12. 2012 Updates Penguin It was introduced on 24th April 2012 to target the sites that were spamming the search results by buying links or using some other link networks designed specifically to boost rankings. Google issued warnings through Webmaster tools and penalized the sites for not following its guidelines.
  13. 13. 2013 Updates Hummingbird 1.0 It was introduced by Google on 20 August 2013 to better understand the changing face of the Web. It was capable of understanding the intent of long search terms instead of just recognizing specific keyword. It helped Google recognize long-tail search terms and accurately rank answers to such long-tail keywords. It enabled users to ask questions and get appropriate answers.
  14. 14. 2014 Updates Penguin 3.0 It was introducedon 17 October 2014. It was just a refresh that helped those websites boost their ranking who were de-ranked in the previous update (Penguin 2.1). Panda 4.1 It was the 27th version of Panda released by Google on 23 September 2014. Google said that it will help search engine identify poor content so that small or medium sized websites with quality content could rank better.
  15. 15. 2014 Updates Pigeon It was rolled out in July 2014, for local businesses. Google said that it will create closer ties between local and core algorithms so that people could find useful and accurate information in local search results. Panda 4.0 This Panda update was introduced on 19 May 2014, to help small websites and businesses with limited resources. It was a change a data refresh; a change in Panda algorithm.
  16. 16. 2015 Updates Panda 4.2 On 17 July 2015, Google rolled out Panda refresh (Panda 4.2). It has no immediate effect on rankings. According to Google, it impacted 2?3 % of English language search queries. Mobile-Friendly Update (Mobilegeddon) It was rolled out on 21 April, 2015. It made mobile-friendliness an important ranking factor for mobile searches. Its job was to boost the rankings of mobile-ready pages so that quality and relevant content could be provided to mobile users.
  17. 17. 2016 Updates Penguin 4.0 Penguin 4.0 was announced on September 23, 2016, with few changes like it will be part of core algorithm, will update in real time and will be page specific instead of affecting the entire domain. Mobile Friendly Boost Update It was launched in May 12, 2016, to help mobile-friendly sites on mobile search.

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