mromero - 2:05 am on May 3, 2011 (gmt 0)
"For now, I stand by my fixed month /days penalty for Panda sites. That's the only reasonable explanation I see. Google is ignoring changes, and is in fact lowering traffic even when more top content is added and way less pages are on the site. It makes no sense otherwise. "
I tend to agree with this assessment. It would be useful to generally point to what type of web presence we are referring to and whether the panadalization has any bias. For e.g. it appears to me most of the folks posting here are into ecommerce and almost totally at the mercy or lack thereof of G.
Other evergreen sites with 100% original content and direct traffic, say 30% or more can more easily withstand the panda storm. But even these sites are affected by that silly auto complete type in thing.
Most times I am typing in my term and get distracted or tricked into going somewhere else by the search engine as it pushes terms it wants me to use.
Is there an updated, sure-fire way to turn off auto complete or auto suggest or whatever it is now called?