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New Data on Hacked Sites and SEO

Written by Paul Steinbrueck

Welcome to OurChurch.Com’s monthly SEO Update for May 2016, keeping you up to date on what’s happening in the world of search and how it affects you.

It’s May so its… NHL hockey playoff time…

This month we’ve got important data regarding hacked sites removed from the Google search results and data that shows whether SEO is on the decline or still rising.

Let’s get to this month’s search engine news…

“Hi I’m Paul Steinbrueck and welcome to OurChurch.Com’s monthly SEO Update…”
For an outline of the video, click here.
May 2016 Search Marketing Headlines:

1) Hacked Sites Up How Much?
2) Is SEO Still Growing?
3) Google Mobile Friendly Update Rolling Out

Discuss…
– Is your website registered with the Google Search Console so you’re notified by Google if they detect your site as been hacked? Why or why not?
– What do you think about Google doubling down on its mobile-friendly update?

About the author

Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as +Paul Steinbrueck.

6 Comments

  • great post Paul, i think seo is still growing but maybe a little slower after all the google penguin updates what with the fear of seo loss they have given a lot of people

    • Thanks Sarah. That's an interesting idea. It's possible that Google's Penguin algorithm has caused people to invest less in SEO. On the other hand, perhaps companies are investing more in SEO because it takes more time and resources to get legitimate links instead of the spammy links Penguin catches and penalizes for.

  • I don’t recommend to register website to the Google such as webmatser tools, since under google radar is not good for seo I think. And the mobile friendly is more and more useful for SEO 🙂

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