The Google search engine algorithm, “Penguin 4.0” update, is due to be released this year. Gary Illyes, the Google Webmaster Trends Analyst, announced this at the beginning of October. Worldwide, Google Penguin was initially introduced in April 2012, and has been updated five times since. The last update, Penguin 3.0, was launched in October 2014.
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In contrast to offline texts, Web texts address two target groups. One group includes readers who are provided with information and addressed by texts that, for example, describe products in an online shop. The content of these Web texts does not often differ from offline texts, however, users read differently on the Internet: they gather information more quickly and accurately due to the large amount of data on the Internet. The reader glances at the text and scans the information that is important to him. The text is not worth reading unless the desired information is readily available; otherwise the reader clicks to the next text.
The second target group consists of the various search engines that bring the user to the web page in the first place. A text therefore needs to be search engine optimized to achieve top ranking in the search results.
Good unique content is crucial for the success or failure of an online shop.
On the one hand it is categorized as relevant by search engines like Google and Co. Pages that are classified as relevant based on search input are displayed by search engines at the very top of their results lists. This leads to additional visitor traffic via the search engines. The more pages with good unique content that you offer on your website, the better. Because every individual page of your online shop is located in the index of the search engines, and increases the possibility for more visitors and with that potential customers.
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