One of the good things (and also one of the bad things, depending on how you look at it) about SEO is that something is always happening. There’s always something to look forward to. Let’s take a look at some of the most talked about topics in the SEO community this past week.
New Tag Manager Tools
On Wednesday, October 15, Google announced a few improvements made to their Tag Manager “that will make both marketing and IT teams happy.” The update includes new APIs, a new intuitive interface, and more third-party templates.
The new Tag Manager tools make it easier to create a Google Analytics KPI dashboard tailored for your clients.
The Slow, Imminent Death of PageRank
The past week, we also talked about what looks to be the imminent death of PageRank. While Google didn’t explicitly announce the removal of the “heart of its software,” they did say PageRank will no longer be updated.
Google Panda 4.1 Still Rolling Out?
The Panda 4.1 was released a few weeks ago. Until now, however, webmasters were still reporting major traffic changes in Google, which the tech giant said was probably the work of Panda 4.1, which was still in the process of rolling out.
If you’re with the right SEO company, you should be seeing increases in traffic. Let’s see how much Panda affects the rankings in the next few weeks. Stay with us, as always, to get more updates.
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