Another Google Update? Attend Duda’s SEO Webinar to Learn Must-Know Strategies

By Stephen Alemar

quality_update02After much speculation of a search engine update, Google recently told SearchEngineLand that there were indeed changes to its core ranking algorithm in terms of how it processes quality signals.

This update has left a lot of webmasters with a lot questions, and though Google has been characteristically tight lipped about the finer details, we figured all of this talk about search rankings makes it the perfect time for a refresher on general SEO best practices.

Duda is hosting an SEO webinar on Wednesday, May 27th.

  • A webinar for small business owners who create manage their own websites will begin at 10:00 a.m. PDT — Register Now
  • A webinar geared towards web professionals will begin at 11:30 a.m. PDT — Register Now

In the meantime, if you’ve noticed that your website’s search ranking has been hit by “The Quality Update,” here are two quick tips to improve your website quality:

  • Be Credible – Formulate your content around original research, proper citations, and links from other credible sources. Back up the information you provide with real customers’ testimonials and reviews.
  • Engage Your Customer – Website personalization is an increasing trend, and websites who cater to their customers interests with dynamic content and a well-crafted design will be rewarded.

In addition to these tips, we have tons of advice to keep your website from slipping in search rankings.

We hope you find these resources helpful, and we hope to see you at either our direct customer or reseller webinar!

Space is limited so RSVP today!

About Stephen Alemar

Stephen Alemar is the Content Marketing Manager and Chief Morale Officer at Duda. Stephen generally splits his time between writing for Duda and agonizing over the proper use of commas. He once brought in donuts for the office, and it is still considered a landmark day at Duda. His favorite Big Lebowski character is one of the bowling balls.
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