scooterdude - 3:14 pm on Jul 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
The thing about Panda is that it tries to identify good quality sites, and as I mentioned, that's an editorial decision, it's subjective. Which means that quality sites that don't meet their algorithms ideas of what a quality site looks like are going to end up at the back of the SERPs. It's not quite like a bouncer at the head of a long line judging who gets into the nightclub, but it's an editorial decision that is subjective and debatable.
As succint, and as civil, and, IHMO, as accurate, a description of Google SERPS, PANDA, and Penguin as i've come accross anywhere