How Does Google Panda Change the Page Ranking Scenario?

Google Panda - There has been spoken a lot of about Google Panda updates (the name is due to its apparent targeting content farms). The change has been implemented to enhance the whole search quality by tidying out on low quality websites. Google has now brought to heel those websites which offer little to its readers.

The low quality websites now will have truncated rank whereas the greater quality websites will find themselves climbing towards the top position. Social networking and news websites found their standing improved over night while websites with a lot of advertising and promotions experienced a steep drop in their position.

Hundreds and thousands of articles are written daily and little effort is put about its quality assurance. With the help of Google Panda, large amount of shallow, low quality content has weeded out. Generally, these articles are written by poorly paid writers, so it is expected that they will of low standard with lowly English usage.

The main aim behind this latest release is to help searchers find information, data, facts which are real value to them not just the result which has optimized for their search phrases. While Google assures that its efforts are for the betterment, but it has a greater impact on ecommerce site. Since; the release of the update, the web is buzzing about its consequences. Due to this, numerous sites have observed a significant difference, in their search rankings – some for worse and some for better.

Nevertheless, hundreds of website owners are voicing against this, in fear of losing their page ranking and business. However, Google insist on its preferences for quality contents over quantity. Despite the allegation, this prominent search engine has made its viewpoint clear that comes out with 23 questions. If the website owner could go through, and understand which type of contents is qualified by the Google Panda parameters.

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Google states that, Google Panda considers only original content which in turn activates good navigational speed to the web pages. It will provide appropriate rankings; as a result, the flow of web traffic to the websites is growing automatically.

The Google Panda updates has created a major SEO issues for ecommerce websites which are using replica product contents and thus, have gotten sour experience from Google latest Panda releases. With this coming into limelight the low quality content has gone down with poor ranking also those websites which are using copied content are being facing lawsuits.

The brighter side is that some of the much known established sites with finest information are been rewarded with greater rankings on most of the leading search engines. The impact of Google Panda on E-commerce sites has proved favorable to some and bitter to some.

Website owners should check that their site’s contents are representing unique stuff to their readers/searchers. Before renovating your website, ensure that the web pages are bearing unique and original ideas, texts, images, illustrations etc. With this SEO services and article marketing are getting close calls with genuine writers since there is will be no spin material, copied, plagiarized articles published.

Google along with the latest release of Google Panda has got wiser and so it is time for you to become honest or else the website will soon lose the page ranking and with that you will lose the business too.

Author Bio:

Rajkumar Jonnala has got rich experience in writing about rack cabinets, LAN server racks, Rack storage, network cabinets and other devices. He continuously writes on technology topics and publish them on several directories.

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  • http://adriennesmith.net Adrienne

    Hey Rajkumar,

    Interesting article and I have a question for you regarding this change. You stated that some sites “with a lot of advertising and promotions experienced a steep drop in their position”. Does this mean that for a lot of blogs that have a ton of advertising on them will probably have seen a drop in page rank or possibly a hard time climbing up in Google’s eyes?

    I have a lot of people ask me my opinion about placing ads on their blogs and I believe that the occasional one here and there are fine but when they load them down they are not only hurting themselves but turning other people away. Would you agree or disagree? I definitely want to continue to share with them the right way to go about improving their sites but I honestly don’t think putting a lot of ads up is the answer. I want people to stay on my blog personally.

    Enjoyed this guest post Fabrizio, great information. We can never stop learning about how Google works.

    • http://www.magnet4marketing.net Fabrizio Van Marciano

      Hi Adrienne, thanks for stopping by :)

      Very good question, one of the things I’ve seen less and less of these days are blogs that use excessive ads above the fold. Once upon a time it was quite common to see many bloggers placing ads above the header, in the header and below the header, then at the top right sidebar and then one just before the body of content. In my mind that is excessive. I’ve personally never seen a drop in page rank or a struggle to get an increase in page rank than it already is due to too many ads, however I’m sure this has changed somewhat.

      Like you I believe that having one or two top paying ads above the fold is fine, I also believe that a maximum of 4 or 5 ads on any single post or page is ok too. Like you I want people to be able to stay on my blog and come back again and not get put off by distractive ads.

      Google are giving us something new to learn about everyday, but sometimes keeping up with all these updates especially of recent can be a bit of a time consuming task.

  • http://www.nitrointeractivemarketing.com Los Angeles SEO Guy

    Thanks, I know Panda has confused many people.

  • http://www.menshealthcures.com Ken

    Good article. One question, I have read that with Google Panda you should avoid article marketing, since Google does not like article marketing. I run a men’s health blog that contains product reviews and posts that link back to the reviews and other internal pages on my blog. I used to write articles on Ezine, but now only focus on my own blog or guest blogging.

    How would you distinguish article marketing from blogging in the eyes of the Google Panda?

    Thanks, Ken