tangor - 11:33 pm on May 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
I wouldn't buy you a beer, or even give you a plug nickle.
Works for me!
Since you're doing so well, and good for you, how about giving those of us who have been collateral damage to Panda a list of "SOLUTIONS to current PROBLEMS."
Already indicated my "solutions" in that I no longer rely on Google... hence any advice in that regard is no "solution" to google-related "problems".
Only thing I asked was a reduction in the noise of "poor me" and rants against Panda... tedster has nailed most of the current efforts correctly: many experiments, many heads working on same, and little real value/results to show at the moment as G seems to be folding in MORE changes to panda...
These threads might be more useful if the angst, animosity, and anger toward Google... or those who offer opinions which don't include a magic bullet solution aren't flamed for having spoken up. Just asking for more civility, professionalism, and commonsense. Panda is more complex than any G algo change yet seen. It will take joint EFFORT to reverse engineer how it works... Groups work much better when personalities are left at the door.
As a final observation: if anyone truly DOES figure out how to undo the damage Panda has done it is very UNLIKELY they will share that info in public... it would be against their better interest and income. BUT, if we (as webmasters) see that someone has accomplished that goal, it wouldn't take all that much to figure out what they did.
My best advice? Other revenue streams that do NOT rely on any search engine. Return to existing generators (as used by B&M, News, Radio, TV, Local) and diversify. Putting all eggs in one basket generally results in ONE very large omelet and little to eat after that...