Destin - 4:58 pm on Mar 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
Those clients who have seen a drop tend to be consistent with part of their backlink profile being discounted rather than a penelty as such. I wonder, if those of you experiementing with onsite changes, have considered that farmer may of hurt the sites linking to you, as opposed to you personally, and what you are seeing is the knock-on effect?
Agree with almighty monkey,
few of my sites that got hit as early as on Feb 8-10,rebouncing right after I have send them new high quality BL.None of them were hosting thin content, its all original, no duplicates,brick and mortar, providing real services sites.They were hit, but are coming back.
So the only logical reason for the drop was that their BL profile was the cause of the drop..
And since big article hostin sites got discounted , the article based BL did too.
Now , if your site has low quality, thin or whatever you call content, then I would understand, farmers update pushed it down and basically all you can do is clean up onsite content, but dont forget,you also need BL from reputable places to back it up.