Nothing like a core update. No sleep = cold, Cold = no sleep – try's Port and brandy..on my third…Still no sleep. So will carry on with KW Research…oh…maybe there's the problem. 🙄
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I think you should focus more on On Page and Off Page 😉
agree…but also getting married on Saturday. My head is going to pop…but Tech is blooming key. That's the foundation. I will build up 😜
Hamza » Lisa
Oh, first of all advance congratulations for your marriage 😉, stop SEO and enjoy some time before your marriage
Lisa ✍️ » Hamza
I know I should but I can't hit the stop. That update came at the wrong time! Th
And you. I'm going to promise to listen…after tomorrow (client day Monday and Tuesday…at least he is okay) 😊
😉 Enjoy your wedding! Google Updates are easy to fix don't stress over it, tons of different methods to get it back up.
Taylor – I now need to learn proper Pinterest in the next few days?
Depends on your niche, if you already have google traffic don't change it. If your site or a site in your portfolio is Pinterest centric, then of course yes. Try diversifying your traffic. Heck I have other sites that is 100% You Tube Traffic. Google isn't the only player in town.
You are probably tight on cash since you just got married! Do this later when you come back from your honey moon , it's free. ⋙ From Google:
Experts are of the opinion that publishing content regularly can help as well as updating or re-purposing previously published content. In its December update blog, Google lists the following factors that could help webmasters improve their website ranking:
Does the content provide original information, reporting, research, or analysis?
Does the content provide a substantial, complete, or comprehensive description of the topic?
Does the content provide insightful analysis or interesting information that is beyond obvious?
If the content draws on other sources, does it avoid simply copying or rewriting those sources and instead provide substantial additional value and originality?
Does the headline and/or page title provide a descriptive, helpful summary of the content?
Does the headline and/or page title avoid being exaggerating or shocking in nature?
Is this the sort of page you would want to bookmark, share with a friend, or recommend?
Would you expect to see this content in or referenced by a printed magazine, encyclopedia, or book?
Taylor » Lisa
Since you are loosing sleep on this, I have a wedding gift for you 🙂 (won't charge you for this. Pay me $15,000.00 when you are Rich one day in the near future j/k just don't forget me when you are exiting your site for $100 Million USD 😡 another story for another day) What you can do, is add an address as a "real address" to your digital asset, register that address as a legitimate business (yes cost money), register that phone number (make sure it's real). Make sure everything looks legit and is legit including your "About Page". Build Linkedin profiles and FB Profiles for the "authors" and the "Business". Don't jack someone's pic from FB, but you can get a picture of a person at 'this-person-does-not-exist' website. Next you want to build a "business profile" around that page to make it real like the other "Real" Businesses. Just not looking at your site, and not knowing what your traffic lost is. This should fix most of the issues. Google Updates inherently is not a bad thing, they are just cleaning up all the spam and crap sites out there. 🤭😁(like me) … anyways.. that's all I am going to say for now before all my friends and investors tell me to shut the f*ck up now. (in case Google is in this group). Wait till you see what's rolling out in 2021 for Google fore-casted roadmap. People will be jumping off buildings.
Lisa ✍️ » Taylor
thank you 🙏 all understood 😊
Taylor » Lisa
go enjoy your wedding. If it's not mission critical, you can always sit and wait till the next google update next year to see if it will self correct. Typically most folks would have a portfolio of sites, so some will be hit and some will shoot up like a rocket. You have to look at it as a business and not as a hobby. If the return is good overall in the portfolio then you are fine. we had some clients we told them to wait back in the March/April update earlier this year. Most of them self corrected this month. Just to give you an idea how much each site was, they were acquired for $1 Million USD each, and few of them were hammered back in April. That's when they start loosing sleep fast. It happens… this is why you want to always diversify you traffic sources and online income. I have seen guys chopping down BL the day after an update, and chopping down more backlinks 1-2 months after the update and they don't know what they are doing smh.
Forget about SEO. Go get married, have an exhausted wonderful wedding night and honeymoon.
When you make it back to SEO, the dust from the update will have settled and you will have a clear head and fresh perspective. It will be the most productive time period you've likely had in a while because you will be fresh. …and congratulations!
This may satisfy you: this pretty Pinterest Expert opens Pinterest Courses within her website