indyank - 3:40 pm on Jul 18, 2011 (gmt 0)
I get the sense that Panda runs separately than the 'at the time of discovery' algo set.
@thegypsy, that is true and most googlers statements suggest that. Panda is a separate run and there probably is a manual trigger even if there is no other manual intervention as Google claims.
But what does happen is when you have a new url for a piece of content and you 301 redirect the old url to the new one, there are signs of ranking recovery, but it does evaporate over time.
But hubpage CEO definitely seem to say that they see the recovery only for the good content and not for the bad. That one is a mystery! How can the distinction be made by the normal algo if panda is a separate run?