Tag archive: Panda Update

With all the recent enthusiasm for numbers and graphs, today we’ll take a look at the what Google’s Panda /Farmer Update and SEO at its most basic are always about – good content. In other words, what interests people, what they want to read and/or what drives them to buy stuff online – content that […]

May 4th, 2011 | Onpage 1 comment

There’s been a fair bit of interest in the analysis we posted last week about Google’s global English language roll out of the Panda algorithm update and we wanted to clarify some things about how we arrived at the data and what it means. This post should help explain why our analysis found that some […]

April 18th, 2011 | Analysis 11 comments

  By Marcus Tober As you’ve probably read somewhere recently (or maybe you were impacted by directly),  Google released the “Panda Update” – labelled the “Farmer Update” Thursday February 24. Thanks to our leading SEO analytics software, the Searchmetrics Suite, we were able to show which websites were both negatively and positively impacted by this […]

April 12th, 2011 | Analysis, General 223 comments

The dust has settled – but we still don’t know for sure how it all got stirred up in the first place. I’m referring of course to the Farmer Update that Google prefers to call the ‘Panda Update’. A few hundred US sites caught it hard at the end of February – and now we’re […]

April 5th, 2011 | Analysis, General No comments
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