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Brian Vanderburgh Las Vegas – Biggest Google Algorithms Names

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Brian Vanderburgh Las Vegas has deep understanding about Google Algorithms and he strictly follow Google Algorithms for his clients projects. Here Brian Vanderburgh likes to share the list of biggest Google Algorithms names:

Google Penguin: Google released Penguin in 2012 to hit those sites who was using spammy techniques to rank high on Google platform.

Google Panda: Google released panda update in Feb 2011 to hit those sites which have low quality content, poor site structure and hidden text links.

Google Pigeon: In 2014, Google released pigeon update a new algorithm to show the accurate local search results. This updates help small business owners considerably.

Exact Match Domain: Google Exact Match Domain update comes in September 2012 to prevent poor quality sites from ranking well simply because they had words that match search terms in their domain names.

Google Hummingbird: Google hummingbird update is called the biggest update so far by Google to show the precise results as per user search query. This update also helps local business owners considerably.

To read in details about all the above Google updates, you can visit following page: http://searchengineland.com/library/google/google-algorithm-updates

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