Articles on Panda algorithm

RSS

Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

mobile-panda-smartphone

When dealing with Panda attacks, it’s extremely important to understand user engagement from both a desktop and mobile standpoint. Webmasters need to understand both the percentage of mobile users hitting their sites and how happy those users are. That just might be the key to recovering from Panda. When dealing with Panda attacks, it’s extremely important to understand user engagement from both a desktop and mobile standpoint. 0 Comments

You've Been Hit by Penguin! Should You Start Over or Try to Recover?

Google Penguin Full Recovery

If you've been affected by Google's Penguin algorithm, the results can sometimes be devastating. Can your site ever recover, or does it make more sense to just scrap the site and start with a new one? This post will help you decide. Can your site ever recover from Penguin, or does it make more sense to just scrap the site and start with a new one? This post will help you decide. 0 Comments

Addressing Thin Content

focus-on-quality

You need to take a detailed look at the mission of your content, what purpose it serves, and how your visitors digest and engage with your content. Use these tools to assess your content so you can determine where to adjust your focus. You need to take a detailed look at the mission of your content, what purpose it serves, and how your visitors digest and engage with your content. Use these tools to assess your content so you can determine where to adjust your focus. 0 Comments

Not Ranking in Google: Is a Manual Penalty, Algorithmic Change, or Content to Blame?

Matt Cutts

Is it possible to tell if your website has been impacted by one particular Google algorithm? That will be extremely tricky, according to Google's Matt Cutts. In 2012 alone, Google rolled out 665 changes to how search results are ranked. Is it possible to tell if your website has been impacted by one particular Google algorithm? That will be extremely tricky, according to Google's Matt Cutts. In 2012 alone, Google rolled out 665 changes to how search results are ranked. 0 Comments

Will 'Softer' Google Panda Help Small Businesses Rank Better?

panda-toon

Google is working on a refresh of Panda, a "kinder, softer Panda" meant to help small businesses that may have been impacted by previous versions of the algorithm that Google has unleashed periodically since its initial launch in February 2011. Google is working on a refresh of Panda, a "kinder, softer Panda" meant to help small businesses that may have been impacted by previous versions of the algorithm that Google has unleashed periodically since its initial launch in February 2011. 0 Comments

Did Google Help or Hurt SEO in 2013?

Google SEO Crystal Ball

Come, join us for a look back at some of the major SEO issues we faced heading into and during 2013, as well as what Google did for and to the SEO community. Then we'll gaze into our crystal ball to see what's likely to come in 2014, and why. Come, join us for a look back at some of the major SEO issues we faced heading into and during 2013, as well as what Google did for and to the SEO community. Then we'll gaze into our crystal ball to see what's likely to come in 2014, and why. 0 Comments

Hit By Panda and Confused About Low-Quality Content? Run This Google Analytics Report Now

Confusion

Getting hit by Google Panda can be confusing for many webmasters. But one important Google Analytics report can help Panda victims get on the right track, and quickly. The post includes detailed instructions for creating and exporting the report. Getting hit by Google Panda can be confusing for many webmasters. But one important Google Analytics report can help Panda victims get on the right track, and quickly. The post includes detailed instructions for creating and exporting the report. 0 Comments

Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

Google Penalty

We've seen tremendous upheaval in the search landscape over the last two years. Google has sent web publishers into a tailspin with Pandas, Penguins, and penalties. Here's why your site may have been affected, and some tips on how to recover. We've seen tremendous upheaval in the search landscape over the last two years. Google has sent web publishers into a tailspin with Pandas, Penguins, and penalties. Here's why your site may have been affected, and some tips on how to recover. 0 Comments

After Being Crushed By Google Panda, Voucher and Car Classified Sites Recover

content-hidden-panda-recovery

Voucher sites and car classifieds websites were among the industries hit hardest by Google's Panda updates. But some sites have snatched recoveries from the jaws of Panda and have now seen traffic return – and even grow. Here's how they did it. Voucher sites and car classifieds websites were among the industries hit hardest by Google's Panda updates. But some sites have snatched recoveries from the jaws of Panda and have now seen traffic return – and even grow. Here's how they did it. 0 Comments

After Google Panda, Standout Content is Essential

ignore-person-blah-blah

The need for true content differentiation is increasing rapidly. People don't need millions of different sources providing the same answers. Don't fall victim to "sameness." Do something special! Here are some ways to assess your content. The need for true content differentiation is increasing rapidly. People don't need millions of different sources providing the same answers. Don't fall victim to "sameness." Do something special! Here are some ways to assess your content. 0 Comments

Google Kills Blocked Sites Search Feature

web-censorship-blocking

Remember Google's search feature that let you block websites? The one that launched in March 2011, expanded globally in September 2011, and then vanished and became useless by January 2012 and forgotten soon after? It's now officially discontinued. Remember Google's search feature that let you block websites? The one that launched in March 2011, expanded globally in September 2011, and then vanished and became useless by January 2012 and forgotten soon after? It's now officially discontinued. 0 Comments