LostOne - 10:57 am on Jan 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
That was a reference to a comment which I don't see anymore. Panda has to be about brands in my opinion. There's no other glaring reason I can see. I've spent months trying to fix on three separate occasions...small site under 300 pages now, information only. You almost have to be a household name or have some kind of prominent web or brick and mortar presence to get free of the critter. Or a site that's just weak enough to sneak by the filters. I see those on occasion at least in my industry.
Indy's comment sounds right
"Panda is about low quality..."
Low quality in the Gorg's eyes but it doesn't mean the public perception of a site. I've given up. Time to move on to bigger and better things out there. Otherwise it will eat you alive out of frustration. Life is short, opportunities are elsewhere.
Btw, I'm still hanging in there. I can live on the current crumbs, but what's next from the Gorg? My eggs are being dispersed.
Btw, my pages don't need much updating. The information is constant, may change very five years or so with an occasional product innovation but the principles will always remain.