Google’s Panda Algorithm

Panda Algorithm

 

Google’s new search algorithm “Panda” is all about creating a more relevant search experience for its users.

To many SEOers, this will mean days of redirection, cache counters, Google Notebooks, and stat counters to figure out how to get to #1 rankings on Google.

Before Panda there were some pretty nasty working relationships for webmasters of all levels. I don’t know that Google really wants to trap every industry for their own benefit, but their arguments for Panda are pretty solid.

As a webmaster making business from pay-per-click search-engine advertising, this is something that I must have bitten into and found it pretty satisfying.

But the marketers who are trying to stay ahead of the rules online, and those who rely on semantic SEO techniques to help them rank higher, had very rough times getting to the top of Google.

But the big surprise is that Google’s business is actually increasing. Not only are they making money from pay-per-click, they’ve built a stable of users because of that. Google has become a whole new company.

I can’t help but wonder what others are up to -page-ranking Google. It wouldn’t look like such a great idea if I didn’t know.

Start a free blog with WordPress

A couple of years ago you couldn’t create a blog such as a guide for plant appraisal with WordPress without having a site. You had to have a site before you could start a free blog with WordPress.

Most people find them at Google’s el- paired blog search, and then take their website with them.

But now, anybody can put up a WordPress site and start a free blog with their own URL. While this kind of site is called a free-hosted WordPress blog, the requirements are to:

These are the exact two requirements you need to meet to start a free blog with any URL.

I found out this information in Google documentation.

You must forget about all other changes made to your site

To celebrate the release of Panda’s software, Google put out a couple of videos that show a step-by-step process for optimizing your site:

This is a very logical cycle for webmasters and search engine marketers. The “S” stand for ” Sutherland” in this case.

This gives us one of Google’s specifications for what’s a great site. Both of those videos make a very compelling argument for what a great site is too; this is a reasonable outline of what they want to see in a great site.

Satisfying the requirements leads to more traffic and better user experience. It also increases the chances that your site will be in the top of Google’s list.

Discover way you look at it, Google has changed the business of building a site from pay-per-click advertising to a brand new way of making money. Only time will tell if SEO has been permanently affected by Google’s quest for web quality. Until then, what do you need to think about your site’s search results – Google has already made it impossible for savvy marketers to sacrifice low rankings on the SERPs by telling us what quality means.