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  1. Google Panda and the High Risk of Using Aggressive or Deceptive Advertising

    But let’s say the site is employing overactive ad tactics like many full-screen floating ads, blended ads, low-quality supplemental content to third-party sites, masked affiliate links, etc. For example, sites that trick users into clicking...

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

    For example, I've seen a range of issues trigger Panda hits, including duplicate content, thin content, doorway pages, low-quality affiliate content, technical problems that caused thin content, cross-linking of company-owned domains, etc.

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

    The site was runs an affiliate program, which at the time hosted a section on the site linking out more generally to great deals on products from across the web, in addition to the core product. This meant that those small blocks of vaguely useful...

  4. Matt Cutts: Merchant Quality to Affect Google Search Rankings

    Many large web retailers offer affiliate programs. This wouldn't be the first change aimed to banish low-quality merchants from prominent positions in Google's search results. We have a potential launch later this year, maybe a little bit sooner...

  5. Google’s Rating Guidelines Adds Page Quality to Human Reviews

    Others may be deceptive, having only been created to make money via ads or affiliate links rather than to provide helpful information. The 161-page General Guidelines document, version 3.27 dated June 22, 2012, seems largely unchanged from last...

  6. Panda, Fresher Results, Spelling Top Google’s January 2012 Search Updates

    Google Panda: How Can Affiliate Sites Cope? Google’s “high quality sites” algorithm) received a “minor” update in January. Google Panda Update: Say Goodbye to Low-Quality Link Building One significant change to Google Images is that pictures with...