Google Panda was first introduced in the United States on February 23, 2011, and expanded to the UK and the rest of Europe in April 2011. It was named after Navneet Panda, the developer of the technology that powers this algorithm.
Identifying Google Panda Updates
In its early days, Google Panda updates were periodic, similar to the pre-October 2014 Google Penguin updates. This periodicity made it relatively straightforward to identify a Panda-related penalty by correlating dips in organic Google traffic with known update dates.
However, advancements in Google’s technology have made Panda a continuous process, complicating the identification of specific updates and related site issues.
Our Expertise in Recognising Google Panda Patterns
Since 2011, the team at Google Penalty has specialised in detecting patterns and issues related to Google Panda. Our experience enables us to identify Panda influences that might be overlooked by others.
Understanding and Recovering from Google Panda Penalties
Many website owners are unaware they have been affected by Google Panda, as this algorithm assesses more than just content quality. Technical issues, both on-site and off-site, can also trigger Panda penalties.
Some sites inadvertently get filtered by Panda, suffering the same consequences as sites with thin or low-quality content, which Panda was designed to target.
Get Help Recovering from Google Panda
We have worked with numerous websites impacted by Google Panda, often due to technicalities rather than content issues. Our approach involves a thorough analysis of both content and technical elements to devise a recovery strategy that addresses the unique challenges posed by Google Panda.
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