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Panda Update

Discussion in 'SEO, Social Media & Web Marketing' started by pete, May 7, 2011.

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    pete

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    Could we have a summary here? :)
     
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    makeusawebsite

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    Or in this article here;
     
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    Is there something new here? :/: Am I missing something?

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    Rob James

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    Hmm. Not sure I can see anything new about this. Panda's been running for a while now, and it's also been clear for a while that Google intends to allow user input in order to rank websites and return more accurate search results.

    In fact, the first link states that "This morning Google realised a Panda update, it contained information on how they determine quality web pages or articles from poor ones" but doesn't link to any information from Google regarding said update. The article doesn't contain any links at all, actually.

    Also, I assume you meant "released" and not "realised".
     
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    Fortunately didn't make any damage for my websites :)
     

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