10 Tips For Survival From Google Panda Updates

Bloggers are becoming more and more alarmed about the malpractices that Google Panda is doing. Google Panda Updates came first time in February this year and affected many leading and popular websites like hubpages, squidoo, daniweb etc. The main purpose of Google Panda Updates was to decrease the ranking of websites with low quality content.

Google Panda Updates

Many small websites that do not pay much attention to content also got affected. If your website was one of the sites affected then here are some tips that will help you avoid and recover from Google Panda Update. Check them out!

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Note : If you really want to ameliorate your website then be ready to work hard and spend some time on it.

Google Panda Update Recovery

1. Know your site

know your website mistakes

Yes, you read it right. Simply make a list of all the URLs of your website and then analyze the content of each. Note down all those URLs which need improvement like those which have less or low quality content, spelling mistakes or copied content.

2. Ameliorate the internal linking

You never forgt to do external linking, so never forget to do internal linking too. Google loves it and it is also helpful for your readers. So always remember to interlink your new posts with the old ones with relevant keywords.

3. Utilize more Google services

Google services

Google always gives more preference their sites and content, so always try to use more Google services like Blogspot, Youtube and Google plus. YouTube.com and Android.com were in the leading winners of increasing traffic from the Panda update. And also stay updated with any new additions or ameliorations in Google’s search algorithm at their webmaster blog.

4. Gain authenticity

If the pagerank of your website is very low, then it is a good idea to try to get some good backlinks by submitting on high PR sites that accept guest posts.

5. Too many ads

Too many ads

Too many ads can be really annoying for viewers as they interfere with the reader’s expererience. You obviously don’t want to annoy your visitors, so keep control on ads and also choose a better place for them.

6. Concentrate on your site niche

Target Your Customers

Always keep in mind what your blog is about and write accordingly. Concentrate on your site niche and do not deviate from it.

7. Do Not Duplicate your Content

avoid Duplicate Content

Never do it. It can totally destroy your website. Many of the websites that have done it have already been taken care of, in obviously a very harsh way. Content is what matters the most, so do not take it lightly.

8. Make your website interesting

The more interesting and fun your website is, the more people would spend their time on it — and also return in many cases. You can do a lot of things to make your website interesting and fun. And you should definitely try to do it, as after all, visitors would only spend time on things and contents that are worth it.

9. Always update your site

This is one of the most important thing. Update your website as frequently as you can and put new and quality content on it. In this way you can easily maintain your network of subscribers without losing any one of them.

10. Have an SEO manager

SEO manager

Having a person who would make your website more Search engine friendly is the best thing that you can do for your website. This would not only make you a lot more confident of not being a target of Google Panda, but it will also make your website grow as you would stay competent and friendly with the search engines.

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  1. Arjunsinh says:

    Great post and well written, got to learn lost of things.Excellent presentation loved it.

  2. Animesh says:

    Thanks For your Grete Advice, me too update my site as per Google panda says
    thanks again

  3. Paul says:

    That’s what I was looking for to optimize my website SEO


  4. Dennis says:

    Excellent advice here.

    Unfortunately, I was guilty of the last one myself. I didn’t update my blog for quite some time, and it started dropping when it comes to traffic and rankings.

    But now, I’m getting it back successfully, mainly by providing new quality posts every 2 days. Works for me so far.

  5. Saleem says:

    No new thing.. just generals 🙁

  6. docrat says:

    Great article will be bookmarking this, and using it accordingly as I update my site according to Google Panda preferences listed here.

    Only reason why I am doing this is because your site seems as an authority over others. thanks 🙂

  7. Adriana says:

    This is a great article!I guess we all have to learn how to please the mighty Google. Nevertheless, by doing so, it will also benefit our blog/website.

  8. Nora says:

    Very great tips, this would be very useful to me for SEO of my site, thanks for this Great article 🙂

  9. sam says:

    It Help full..thanks