Overstock.com still hasn’t recovered from a change Google made to its algorithm nearly a year ago that that affected its ranking when people search for terms like “online shopping” or “living room furniture,” the company told investors on Tuesday.

“It is taking us longer to analyze and to seek to adapt to the 2017 algorithm adjustments than it took us to respond to Google’s changes in previous years,” the company said in its earnings report released Tuesday. “We have reorganized a large number of resources around addressing this challenge, as well as seeking to prevent it from occurring again.”

Overstock is now investing heavily in marketing and sales to offset the effects of Google’s algorithm changes and bring in new customers. Its sales and marketing expenses soared 105% to $77.2 million this quarter from $37.6 million in the same time last year.

The company told investors in August 2017 that Google’s algorithm update earlier that year, nicknamed “Fred” by the SEO community, has been “very disruptive” for the company. A “disproportionate share” of traffic to the site comes from search engines, said Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne. He told investors in a call in March that about 40% to 45% of the company’s annual business comes from Google searches.

Byrne told investors in March that the company’s SEO traffic was down as much as 70% as it fell in search results.

“When Google sneezes, we catch pneumonia when they make these changes,” he said in August.

Google told BuzzFeed News that it routinely updates its search systems “to better return relevant results.”

“With any update, some sites might not…