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Panda 2.3 - Using some new signals; some sites ranking higher

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Msg#: 4344991 posted 2:30 pm on Jul 28, 2011 (gmt 0)

"Panda 2.3 was rolled out on July 22nd and since then I have been hearing a nice number of reports from webmasters that they have recovered." -- Barry Schwartz, SEO Round Table [seroundtable.com...]

“This update incorporates some new signals that help differentiate between higher- and lower-quality sites. As a result, some sites are ranking higher after this most recent update.” -- Google [searchengineland.com...]

(Mod's note: Linked sources for quotes.)

[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 5:49 pm (utc) on Jul 28, 2011]



Msg#: 4344991 posted 4:53 pm on Jul 28, 2011 (gmt 0)

I sure wish those who recovered would share their secrets.

According to that quote from Google, maybe the sites that recovered didn't change anything or didn't need to change anything. Maybe the "new signals" are now classifying them as not Panda poop-worthy.

These Google spokesmen have mastered the art of saying nothing definitive when it comes to Panda. They don't want us to know nothing.


Msg#: 4344991 posted 5:49 pm on Jul 28, 2011 (gmt 0)

I think the panda algorithm is just getting better at designating low quality content - much like author rank or something similar?

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