almighty_monkey - 8:05 am on Jun 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
I thought the point of Panda was that it's less about content size, more about content/crap ratio.
So, if you have, say, 3 sentances of unique content, but no adverts, you don't get mulled by the panda. If you have 5 paragraphs of decent content, but a completely ridiculous amount of adverts burying it, you do.
Does that match other peoples experience? None of my clients have been affected by Panda (Mainly broucher websites, so no ads or thin copy) so I don't really have much of a data set to go on.
Tin foil hat SEO is a fantastic term, for the record.