Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Negative SEO

Negative SEO occurs when someone purposefully harms another website’s organic search traffic. Typically, this occurs when a spammy website (e.g. scraper site, porn, a site infected with malware) links to the negatively impacted website. Unfortunately, as a webmaster there isn’t anything you can do to stop this from happening. This is why so many ecommerce …

Lengthy SEO Penalties Faced by Hacked Websites

When 1,605 WordPress users were surveyed, about 50% of them admitted they were flagged by Google when they were a hacked website because they contained “malicious content.” Unfortunately, this means that many people don’t realize when they were flagged since Google doesn’t alert you. However, if you move quickly once you’ve been hacked, you’ll probably …

Panda 4.0 And How eBay Lost Most of Their Organic Rankings!

EBay is one of the largest online businesses to grace our modern times, it’s a platform that allows people to buy and trade things virtually (which was rather innovative when it was first shown to the world). EBay is usually a powerhouse, they’re almost untouchable in a sense, until this last Google update that is. …