Google’s algorithm updates (Penguin, released on May 22, 2013 and Panda, confirmed on July 18, 2013) have compelled many to reconsider their SEO strategies. Both updates have adversely affected search queries in search results.
Matt Cutts, Head of Web Spam for Google confirmed that the search engine giant will be rolling out more updates to prevent web spamming and more importantly, to enhance user experiences.
Of the handful of SEO schemes that actually works, Link Building is something to look out for. It’s ever changing and is always full of surprises forcing many SEO agencies and online marketers to constantly rummage for updates in order to keep up.
You’ll eventually have to realize you cannot outsmart Google so you might as well play by the rules. It’s a fact that none of today’s link building strategies will last forever. What you can do though, is build links of the highest quality and hope they last long enough before the next algorithm updates roll out.