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[edited by: tedster at 5:52 pm (utc) on May 4, 2011]
[edit reason] make link clickable [/edit]
he way products are presented on the page (good detailed photos?)
People hotlink to them, Google takes them for Google Images, but they don't help with Panda. I really should prevent Google from taking them, but I think they might be useful for link juice.
I retouch them, color correct, sharpen and do everything to make them the best photos of the particular models on the internet.
So this push by Google to place the "source" closer to the top, without regards to the points above, and putting the middlemen down the list, is yet one more example (as though we need one more) why Panda is a fraud.
[edited by: StoutFiles at 5:31 pm (utc) on May 5, 2011]
just as easily compared to see if it's just the same old content being copied.
The Mom and Pop website won't exist unless they sell their own unique products.
We are concerned that Google is targeting platforms other than its own and stifling competition by reducing viable platform choices simply by diminishing platforms’ ability to rank pages. Google is not being transparent about their new standards, which prevents platforms like ours from having access to a level playing field with Google’s own services. We want to comply with and exceed Google’s standards. Google has my contact information. Hope to hear from them soon.
Well, hubpages and the likes deserved a demotion but he makes a good point.
They just played a game with eHow, just manually demoted eHow little bit after Apr 11th, and then two weeks later, eHow is again topping the first page for most of the results.
So ecomm sites will just start hiding the brands so they can get the searches for the other descriptions
What the NPR story fails to address is that the guy rewriting all of his product descriptions really doesn't know if that's the problem and is probably just wasting his time.
What do you mean by internal link saturation.
[edited by: pageoneresults at 2:21 pm (utc) on May 6, 2011]
The problem here is the idleness, laziness, inaction, etc, of the civil servants manning the anti-trust authorities, who are doing nothing about this - as is their duty to do.
So it's official, Panda has nothing to do with quality, just write some non-sense to fool Google.
It's actually everything to do with quality.