walkman - 3:50 am on Oct 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
The inquiry against Google needs to be intensified, Google's destroying lives with such drastic changes. Yes, I saw another iteration too, or something. I'm finding eBay is now tops for many keywords that wikipedia was before... and now wikipedia is nowhere to be seen on them.
Google actually said that they are creating jobs in such a bad economy so they should thanked for it. The jobs lost don't count mainly becuase Panda is quiet and Google's propaganda department is spinning it as a good move. Who can disagree with promoting 'high quality sites' ? No one, and Panda hit webmasters aren't 'taking action.'
I wonder about what Scuba said about recovering. The biggest (if not only) batch came around the Daniweb was freed and Google commented that they did some sort of a pullback, but now many are going back. I have said before that the first thing that happens when hit by the panda penalty is horrible traffic and obviously horrible user engagement stats. Do the math