DirigoDev - 8:30 pm on Apr 13, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: tedster at 8:16 pm (utc) on Apr 14, 2011]
We run an all original USA-based content site with thousands of super high quality pages (original stuff, professionally written and researched, big investment); we don’t run ads on our site. We’re 100% clean. We have seen our SEO rankings on keywords drop dramatically (>60%) as of Monday. Anyone else seeing this type of significant drop-off?
A lot of people take content from our site and post it on their site, and then link back to us. We have lots of inbound links from blogs. We’re wondering if all of the link-backs are making Google (and the new Panda) think that we are some sort of content farm and we have been penalized as a result.
Anyone else seeing SEO drop off like this for their original content sites since the beginning of the week?
Like many others, our SEO rankings took a nosedive on April 6th. It seems as if the Google Panda International roll-out has some sort of glitch.
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[edited by: tedster at 8:16 pm (utc) on Apr 14, 2011]