HuskyPup - 11:39 am on Aug 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
in that case I have no clue. I'm sticking with the plan though
My advice would be to back-up everything and then target one section of your site(s), change it to the way you feel is required and test it for a month. Changing an entire site could lead to confusion if there is a change with Panda since you may not know precisely what change made the effect...you or Panda.
I've launched a new site throughout all of this malarky using my own 11 year old standard template design, I have kept precisely the same AdSense units and positions, this site is doing extremely well across all search engines.
The difference between this site and all the others is that the main widget image is 600 x 800 rather than 500 x 500 and I have included more pertinent, but generalised, on-page information in addition to the specific and relevant widget information.
I have a lot of well-established trade competition spamming all the engines however this approach seems to be working well and they are without doubt the most informative widget pages available on The Net.
It is pure coincidence that I have built these pages like this, it was a natural progression being for my new flagship site under a .eu rather than .com, I was going to do it anyway and it had nothing to do with Panda.