Impact of Google Panda
Impact of Google Panda is the most discussed Algorithm update from Google. Google Panda Update changed the way you blog and write content on your blog. Observations and sources says that the impact of Google Panda Update is negative on more than 50% sites. Google also pushed their new way to make search more Informative by introducing their new algorithm update.
Previous updates which occurred from Google in past updates were not so severe as this Panda is, and this is the first time Google rolled out the algorithm update worldwide and on wide number of sites.
Reach and Impact of Google Panda
It was first considered that 11.8% of search results will get affected after this Panda Update but it is found to hit much more searches after the update, and even more after the further versions of Panda were introduced. Sites like WPMU.org and some others were also got hit by Google Panda, and its amazing to know that they have recovered from the hit. I will be sharing how you can too recover from Google Panda in the easy way.
And one more thing I wanted to share, SmashinGeeks.com also got hit by Google Panda, and we are working hard on it. Hopefully, this blog isn’t sandboxed. If you are even now wondering if you are hit by Panda or not, then jump to your Google Webmaster Tools and see the crawl rate of your blog. The date after which the Crawl Rate is decreased instantly, that time is the time where you got hit by Google Panda Update.
Recovering from Google Panda Update
Recovering from Google Panda Update isn’t so easy. You have to check where you are lacking at. Impact of Google Panda Update can be even worse if you proceed in negative direction. So, don’t misguide your blog otherwise you will get bad impact of Google Panda because Google is updating this algorithm regularly.
Here is a quick tips for recovering from Google Panda Update.
- Fix all the broken links using Broken Link Checker.
- No-Index the blog posts which are getting lower in Google Search Results using Google Webmaster Tools.
- Do not use Meta-Keywords.
- See the sites from where you are getting the backlinks, request to remove them from spammy websites.
- Write the content as you were writing, keep the keyword density below 4%.
- No-Index Tags, Author Pages, Paginated Pages and Archives.
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