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When asked if an iteration of Panda was implemented this week, a Google spokesperson told us, “yes.” She also provided the following statement:
“We’re continuing to iterate on our Panda algorithm as part of our commitment to returning high-quality sites to Google users. This most recent update is one of the roughly 500 changes we make to our ranking algorithms each year.”
If you’ve followed the Google Panda update saga throughout the year, you may recall Dani Horowitz’s story. She runs an IT discussion community called Daniweb, and it was hit hard by the Panda update, but she made a lot of changes, and gradually started to build back some Google cred
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[edited by: Whitey at 10:14 pm (utc) on Oct 2, 2011]
[edited by: Whitey at 10:46 pm (utc) on Oct 2, 2011]
Did folks that returned from Panda earlier, and that are unaffected by this latest update, continue to make improvements.
So from what I see here the basic idea behind Panda is penalize "pages"
most pandalized sites are not supposed to come back on Google
[edited by: SEOPTI at 5:31 am (utc) on Oct 3, 2011]