My guess is that you’ve already heard the buzz surrounding Google’s “May Day” announcement (and its rankings aftermath). Â Even if it’s late June, Google’s May Day algorithm change continues to be analyzed, expounded upon (and yes, even feared) by search engine specialists and the clients who love them.
Good news: Â it’s not all bad news. Â Google’s Mayday update may be the thing to slap site owners upside the head and encourage them to create great content. Â Wondering what May Day means to content marketers? Â Check out some of the buzz:
- Ken Lyons weighs in on Google’s May Day and its “under the hood” implications as a site-level, SERP game-changer: Â My Take on the Mayday Update: Â Strengthen Your Niches or Land in the Ditches
- Vanessa Fox shares her Q&A with Google’s Matt Cutts on the Mayday algorithmic rankings change, and what it means: Â Google Confirms “Mayday” Impacts Long Tail Traffic
- Webmaster World’s ongoing discussion of Google’s “Mayday” changes, as well as Google SEO News & Discussion: Â Webmaster World