It is pretty incredible how much of a difference easy Panda friendly websites can have, of course you have to consider certain factors.

Right about now there are thousands if not millions of business sites working to become more Panda friendly. Since Google is the one that dictates what we need to do, the fact is that you simply need to do what they want. This is normal for Google, though, if you look at their history. If you’ve been working online for some time, you’re probably used to it by now. Fixing whatever the problem was is the only way to recover if your site was severely penalized. There’s a possibility that a time element is involved, besides the fact that not all problems will be easy to solve. The goal of this article is to give you some well-timed advice to help you bring your site to the standard Panda demands.

Before we look at changing anything, let’s first look at one reason why Google might penalize your site. You see, you might have lots of pages on your site, but one of them might be Panda unfriendly or offensive. If this is the case, you could find your entire site is penalized just over that one page. Wherever possible, ensure the content you use is great quality and unique to your site. Look for any pages that fall into this category and then rewrite or replace them with better posts. At a bare minimum, shoot for at least 400 words of content on each page. Personally, I try to aim for content longer than 450 words wherever I can.

Of all the areas affected by Panda, backlinking is one of the most significant. Ideally, Google wants to see other sites linking to you because they like your content. This isn’t new, but Panda has seen the quality and type of backlinks come under scrutiny. Link quality has become an important aspect.

Some things taken into account include the PR of the site linking to your, whether the link comes from an authority site or not, or if all your backlinks come from link farms or link wheels. There is also the consideration of whether your link growth appears natural or not. So you will need to have the kind of content that is appealing and informative. If you can do that with all of your content, then it’s only a matter of time before people start linking to it on their own.

When it comes to Panda friendly content, it really is all about increasing the visitor experience. So then that means you can use all kinds of content formats and strategies. One such strategy to lower bounce rate is create a news section for your site. Obviously this needs to be absolutely relevant to your site’s theme and niche. When you use Google Alerts, this is easy enough to comply with. You’re even allowed, if you choose to do so, to update the news section of a website every day of the week. This isn’t that difficult to do and it trains the Google bots to visit your site a lot, which is what you want. It also keeps your visitors happy, which helps you quite a lot.

Remember that fixing your site so it’s Panda friendly for SEO and business is a process. You need to keep applying the right methods after you fix any problems that are present. You really have no excuses for not doing it because it doesn’t take much.

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