Zivush - 5:23 pm on Aug 31, 2011 (gmt 0)
That google isn't evaluating all sites on the web or all pages on a site for the "Google quality rules" is a fact.
I agree and have seen it in action. An entire site (poor quality) escaped Panda updates time after time.
How else can just breaking a site into sub domains, turn them into good quality in the eyes of google algos?
Subdomains - It's a short term workaround.
It's a short term workaround. Unless the underlying issue is addressed it's just a matter of time before you will be hit again, IMO.
I guess we all have to wait petiantly until Google reverses back if at all.
What I learned is that quality doesn't work in the short term, but it might work for the long run, otherwise what is the Internet all about.
If it is a monopoly that gives advantage to its own properties, people eventually will break this monopoly.