|Weekly SEO news: 12 June 2012|
| Welcome to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
Google has published a blog post about the changes they made in May 2012. Some of these changes are relevant to your Google rankings and you should react to them.
In the news: Google's Matt Cutts talks about penalties and unnatural link notifications, Google confirms another Panda update, Bing has several improvements, and more.
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|1. Official Google statement: 39 changes in May (with actionable items)|
Google has published a blog post about the changes they made in May 2012. Some of these changes are relevant to your Google rankings and you should react to them. Here are the most important changes that Google made in May:
1. Changes that affect backlinks
2. Changes to the Penguin update
3. Changes that affect your web page titles on Google's result pages
Google regularly updates the algorithm. These changes only have a negative impact on people who use spammy SEO methods to promote their websites. If you use safe SEO methods, your website will get high rankings that last. The reason for that is that safe SEO methods are beneficial to Google, web searchers and your business.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
Bing's answer to Google's Knowledge Graph
Search engine newslets
|3. Recommended resources|
Check the backlink profile of your website and much more
|4. Previous articles|