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You Must Adapt to Survive the Panda Update

Are you still wasting time submitting articles to worthless article websites?
Prior to the Panda update writing, spinning and submitting articles to all those article directories such as EzineArticles, Article Base and Squidoo was a quick and easy way to build a ton of backlinks to your site.
However the effectiveness of this strategy came to a screeching halt on February 23rd the day Google released their first Panda update.
You may have noticed that EzineArticles, Squidoo, Article Base and many of those other article directories have all disappeared from Google’s SERPs and that the “link juice” from those articles has evaporated.
Another factor […]

4th October 2011 2 Comments

How to Recover from Panda

Has your site taken a dive in Google’s SERPs?
If your website experience a sudden drop in Google’s Search Engine Results pages for your main keyword terms, it could be due to a number of issues.
But chances are if your decrease in your websites ranking has happened within the past six months the likely culprit is Panda.
First, here is the current timeline of the Panda updates.
Panda 1.0 – 2/23/2011
Also called the “Farmer Update” Google’s first Panda update went live on February 23, 2011 within the U.S.A. and Google related that this algorithm change impacted over 12% of the results in their […]

14th September 2011 4 Comments

23 Tips to Recover from the Panda Update

We are still getting telephone calls and e-mails from frantic website owners who’s online business were decimated by the Google’s Panda update.
And my recommendation still remains the same “Clean up your Content”
On Friday, Amit Singhal from Google’s Webmaster Central reinforced this message when he posted:
“In recent months we’ve been focused on helping people find high-quality sites in Google’s search results. The “Panda” algorithm change has improved rankings for a large number of high-quality websites, so most of you reading have nothing to be concerned about. However, for the sites that may have been affected by Panda we wanted to provide […]

11th May 2011 No Comments



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