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[edited by: tedster at 7:53 am (utc) on Nov 22, 2011]
So there were only four full recoverys in the bunch so far [out of 31], but that beats none.
[edited by: tedster at 7:54 am (utc) on Nov 22, 2011]
Have anyone not only considered but changed the majority of page to "noindex" , like for the sake of it, noindex everything but your main link structure lets say everything under tier2
jumped nearly 400% overnight
Tedster - I've got to say I'm surprised that you've heard of no sites coming back that have adjusted designs. Are you saying in isolation, or as part of the overall "Panda fix" ?
So far I have not run into anyone who recovered by changing their template/layout but nothing else.
I would have thought somebody redeigning a template would have recovered at random by now
I would have thought somebody redesigning a template would have recovered at random by nowIn our neck of the woods, the only thing I notice is that sites doing well have not made any updates to design for 12 years, and all have a left side site wide menu, on a 3 column design.
I can only speak for myself. In the first 6 weeks post-Panda 1 in Feb, we threw everything at it. Immediately removing about 10-15% of content (thin).