Frost_Angel - 4:58 am on May 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
I'm glad I'm not the only one experiencing this. Makes me feel better because it's like walking on eggshells. I'm just a simple "mom" site that had done really well for 10 years when I got hit with Panda the first time. The people I hired to move my site from HTML to Wordpress made many mistakes - including having an "old" version of my site live, and a test version running - along with the new version.... so 3 copies of my site running. I don't know if it was that which brought on Panda or the script churning out thin content pages that were being gobbled up by G.
But I want to make sure I understand this right....
The theory any way....
Google has improved Panda and Penquin (in their minds) - and now to really test it... and to fix both the bad and good that it did - they are going to start with a clean slate so-to-speak and set the database BACK as much as they can to pre-Panda and pre-Penguin (as much as they can).
Then unleash their newer/cooler version and hope it catches more problem sites and hurts the innocent sites "less".
Am I way off?