Top 25 Sites Squashed by Google Panda Update
As Google continues to release their Google Panda update, more and more sites are being SQUASHED. I had a few minutes to review all of the sites that were influenced by this “across the board” update, so I thought that I would provide this information to our readers.
Sistrix.com one of the largest data gathers that specifically track Google’s updates just released some of the trends that they immediately saw after the Google Panda update was released.
(Change is amount of traffic on keywords and click through rates on specific positions; KW’s is in thousands 74.024 = 74,024)
As you can see, a lot of these sites saw MASSIVE decreases in traffic. I don’t know about you, but if I saw a 90% DECREASE in traffic I would be extremely concerned.
I would strongly advise going through each one of these sites and try to find the major SEO issues in these sites. It will train your “eye” to see poor sites in the future, and will also raise the red flag on your own sites if you are imitating these style of web sites.
You would think that Google would have stopped after they rolled out such a major change with the first Google Panda Update. However, they just released an update to the Google Panda algorithm once again.
This time there were both WINNERS and LOSERS.
I wonder if Charlie Sheen was one of them, but that is beside the point.
Ehow.com was the biggest one that got hit.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news all the time, so below is the top 15 WINNERS!
Here again if you really want to understand why each one of these are winners and losers, you will need to go to each one and to review their website.
It is very interesting to see that the HuffingPost.com is one of the winners when the majority of their site is rss feeds.
It seems that Google is continuing the trend of emphasizing quality content better than before. I personally don’t think that they are finished with their updates, and we will continue to see MAJOR winners and losers in the near future.
Have any of your sites been affected, either positive or negative? If so please let us know by commenting below.
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