Google has written a self-help Panda guide, web site owners can work through
Google has been making quite a few algorithm changes of late to try and lower the ranking of poor quality web pages, and lift up the better quality ones. Commonly known as Panda this has left many website owners with lower ranking sites, even though they may have considered their websites consisted of good quality content.
Helps you learn what the Panda issues might be there
But there is a simple way you can check to see whether your site is likely to be affected by Panda, or if you think it has been; to gain a better idea of what the issues might be.
You see Google have written a 22 point self-help guide, any website owner can work through and ask themselves the sorts of questions needed to determine whether Panda might be a problem with their site or not.
Lists 22 self-help questions to apply to your own site
The guide is on the Google official blog and it asks the question: "What counts as a high-quality site?", and below it lists 22 self-help questions you can work through and apply to your own site, to help establish how much of a problem Panda is or likely to be.
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