How to Deal With Low-Quality Articles and Avoid Panda Penalty
A couple of years ago, when search engines like Yahoo or Google started their hard ascension towards becoming the most valuable companies in the online industry, the content wasn’t so dense as it is today. At that time, not everyone had the chance of delivering content through a web platform like a website or blog, so the content was thin in number, but the quality was higher than now. Nowadays, anyone can buy an internet domain for the price of two bottles of milk, and start writing content, hoping to get huge traffic and get their sales done.Make Money Using the Internet Explained
If you are trying to make money using the internet, but struggling, then you are among 95% of the people out there. This article can help you in the right direction, even explain a few home truths.How to Make Your Blog Immune to the New Google Updates
If the last two updates of Google’s algorithm, Panda and Penguin, had any impact on your blog, then you are now looking for ways to recover and to make your own online platform immune to their penalties. Fortunately, there are some techniques that, if you apply them correctly, the blog will escape from the rank lowering caused by either low-quality content (Panda update), or the over-optimized structure (Penguin update). On one hand, the Panda update did a very good job by reducing the rankings of farming websites, where users could submit very low quality content just…The Secret Behind the Big Changes on Google’s Algorithm
Why does Google change its algorithm so often? Is it to confuse us, the online marketers so we can’t get websites to rank higher, or has it got other reasons? It is time to face the truth about all the changes Google’s engineers are applying to the ranking algorithm.SEO Turned Around 180 Degrees by Google Panda Update?
The need of re-thinking one’s strategy in the online market is a webmaster’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, there are times when this happens, so even though every web marketer and SEO specialist should do something to be prepared for this; many of them are only taking it in consideration as a last resort. The Panda Update launched by Google in the first quarter of 2011 affected over 12% of the existing websites, penalizing them for not having enough quality content or for showing up a spam appearance.