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What Are Google Panda Algorithm Crawling Signals

Panda Recovery Factors Panda 4.2 Recovery Guide Last updated 1 Feb 2016 Panda High And Low Quality Factors Google has been extremely vague in simply telling us outright what exactly is low quality and high quality. Google hangout videos, including Twitter posts are vague and avoid the actual questions and if answered, they are shallow in nature (its not surprising that most Google employees hang out on Twitter, the limited character posts suits them down to the ground, vague, shallow answers) Twitter must be one of the most brain dead social networks when it comes to asking for Website help. Nonetheless, Panda as we all know targets low as well… Read More

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Does Panda Target Advertising And Affiliate Websites?

Panda Recovery Guide For Advertising And Affiliates Panda 4.2 Recovery Guide Panda, Advertising And Affiliates As with thin content, aggregated content and low quality user generated content Panda does target excessive advertising that restricts the main page content as well as thin affiliate sites. Most Panda looser have an over-abundance of ads or affiliate links on the page with poor content. Far too many Webmasters these days are trying to gain more benefit from advertising and affiliates rather than concerning themselves with content that is useful to the user. And the majority of affiliates aggregate copy content from the suppliers/manufactures, adding little or no unique value (that by itself is food for… Read More

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Thin Content Removal Versus Fixing After Panda Penalty

Panda Recovery Guide For Thin Content Panda 4.2 Recovery Guide Google Suggests You Rather Fix Thin Content Than Remove It Coincidentally, a thin content penalty from Panda is not a penalty as I have mentioned in my page header, its an algorithm filter. There’s a BIG difference between penalty and filter (I mentioned the phrase Panda Penalty to gain more traffic due to Webmasters thinking its a penalty, sneaky move from my side 😉 That said and done. The Panda algorithm does viciously and ferociously attack thin content, which would include aggregated content and low quality user generated content. But the question at hand is – What is thin content? Thin… Read More

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Forum User Generated Content (UGC) And The Panda Algorithm

Panda Recovery Guide For UGC Sites Panda 4.2 Recovery Guide Google Panda Now Part Of The Core Algorithm Signals Last updated 25 Oct 2018 Google’s Panda is now part of the Core Algorithm Signals, and is still Alive and Kicking. Google’s core algorithm consists of a bunch of ranking factors that weigh your website (Panda’s quality signals are now a part of the Core Algorithm) Below we cover user generated content, which is relevant to the Core Algorithm. Is Forum User Generated Content Bad For Panda? A question close to the heart of many Webmasters and SEO Services – Is forum user generated content bad for Panda? The answer is… Read More

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Panda Recovery Tips For SEO

Panda Recovery Tips For SEO Panda 4.2 Recovery Guide Is SEO Now Simply A Process Of Risk Mitigation? Google Panda 4.2 was last updated 18 July 2015. Google has confirmed that Panda is no longer an experimental project and is now consistent enough and no longer requires many changes in the future. Hence, it is now part of the core algorithm (like PageRank) Even though been part of the core algorithm Panda does not run real time. Coincidentally: the core algorithm targets technical issues such as PageRank, Page Speed, etc, while Panda targets quality issues such as UGC, aggregated content, duplicate content, overall design, ads, etc. That said and done,… Read More

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Latest Google Panda 4.2 Update

Panda Algorithm Update Google employee Gary Illyes in a Twitter Tweet 24 July has confirmed Google Panda 4.2 Update, which was rolled out on the weekend 18/19 July 2015. The Panda algorithm update was last rolled out September/October 2014 and as we all know is way over due for a re-run. Until date very few Webmasters have reported signs of increase or drop in rankings, which I assume would only reflect once all pages are crawled. Gary Illyes (@methode) @rustybrick Yes, last weekend we began rolling out a Panda refresh that will take a few months to complete. It affects 2-3% of the queries. @rustybrick from seroundtable.com has however reported… Read More

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