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Old 18th October 2014, 05:35 AM   #1
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Default How To Recover Google Panda 4.1 Update Affected Website

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Our Companies 2 website affected Google Panda Update. How to Recover Google Panda 4.1 Update Affected website. Please Give me good suggestions.

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Old 20th October 2014, 05:57 AM   #2
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Basically Panda Algorithm check your website content if your content is duplicate or low quality so you can easily penalized by this algorithm otherwise you save.

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As the previous commenter mentioned, Panda focuses on content quality -- specifically targeting what Google calls "thin content." That is, content that is short, low quality, repetitious and/or "spun," among other things.

If you're sure you've been caught in by Panda, the only thing you can do is put in the work to improve the quality of your content, and wait.

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Old 21st October 2014, 01:13 AM   #4
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If you’ve noticed a sudden and significant drop in your organic search traffic since last week, chances are you’ve been hit by Panda 4.1. As the update is aimed at filtering out poor-quality content, your best chance at recovering your rankings is to focus on getting rid of low-quality content and work at consistently producing high-quality, valuable content.
Stop looking for updates, look at your own contents!!!

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Old 21st October 2014, 05:19 AM   #5
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You mean the Penguin 3.0 update?

No, Google Panda 4.1 Update

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You mean the Penguin 3.0 update?
I think you are confused with Panda & Penguin? On Friday i.e. 17th October, Google has finally released the much awaited Penguin 3.0 which targets low quality and spammy links whereas this post is about Panda 4.0.

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sampendleton: There was an update to Panda released around September 25 (commonly referred to as Panda 4.1) the rollout for which continued into early October. The OP's site was apparently caught in this update. This is an entirely different issue from the recent Penguin update.

More information from Search Engine Land

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lessbrokerage, you may also find this video from Google's Matt Cutts helpful:

"What should a site owner do if they think they might be affected by Panda?" - http://youtu.be/NxJEUYjTPw8

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There has been quite a ripple effect from the latest Panda update. I myself have had one of my sideline affiliate websites hit slightly, (only by about 25% so I actually feel quite lucky).

Anyway, I have been referring to a couple of sources for the recovery operation.

Forbes have released a helpful guide on how to diagnose and recover from 4.1. You can find it here

There's also an unofficial webmaster guide on the sites.google.com URL - Head here for that.

It really is about pulling your sleeves up, pruning your sites for any bad wood in the way of thin content. Make sure that the site is working efficiently overall, (no bad links, slow page speeds, needs to be responsive) and that the user's interests come first. And of course, going forward only great content.

Unfortunately, even after you've made all the necessary changes, it could still be some time before you see your site performing as it was before.

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