martinibuster - 7:54 pm on Mar 1, 2012 (gmt 0)
...might be responsible for the demotion of otherwise fine pages.
And cause some publishers to create subdomains [webmasterworld.com] so that those high quality pages are no longer demoted. Not only does this go against Google's encouragement to build for the user, not the search engine, but it seems something is not right when an algorithm can't rank quality content without a webmaster having to create subdomains to please the search engine.
I haven't been affected by Panda. I have no ulterior motive about this so don't ascribe any to me. I'm just making some observations in the spirit of constructive criticism.