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Google's Upcoming Algorithm Change to Target "Overly Optimized" Sites

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Google is getting ready for some big changes. Not only are they adding semantics to make their search more intuitive, but an algorithm change is in the works, according to Matt Cutts. This change is for the purpose of leveling the playing field for sites that have done a huge amount of SEO optimization so that sites that are just concentrating on making good content are rewarded as well. This is all according to an article on[URL="http://www.ninebyblue.com/google-optimized/?utm_source=bronto&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Google%E2%80%99s+Upcoming+Algorithm+Change%3A+%22Overly-Optimized+Sites%22&utm_content=The+Moz+Top+10+-+March+2012%2C+Issue+2&utm_campaign=Moz+Top+10+-+March+%232"] NineByBlue[/URL] that includes some transcripts from Matt Cutts' talk on the algorithm change at SXSW.

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