How to write articles for website to avoid Google Panda?
How many proper tags suggestion for each article post?
Try to write on your own websites as many content farms have been penalized after panda.
What fotographer said. RitePad is also a good website to publish content after panda.
Your keyword tags should not effect Panda as long as they match the content on your page. You should avoid the same content on every page of your website, over use and unnatural keywords, and duplicate content. I hope this helps!
The Panda will notice you with a smile on his face if you do the following.
Write 100% original content.
Include keywords in your url, your title, your heading blocks and at least twice in each text module. Not because you want to make money, heaven forbid, but because Google wants people looking for what you are writing to be able to find you.
Do not pay some link service to get backlinks for you.
Bookmark your own content on one of the good revenue sharing bookmark sites, like Infopirate, shetoldme.
Make sure AFTER you write your well thought out hub that you run Foxy SEO to see what keywords the search engines, despite all your best efforts, actually see. Then edit slightly your content to increase the density of at least 3 keywords in your article.
That's my opinion.
by webclinician 6 years ago
I own a site and have posted in several forum, submitted articles, participate in directories but they are so many that I don't know whether google might take it against me.Does anyone know how this google panda seem to work.Thanks.
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
Google on Twitter: "Panda refresh is rolling out—expect some flux over the next few days. Fewer than 0.7% of queries noticeably affected"September 18th 2012
by Lyndon Henry 6 years ago
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by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
So far, I've lost about 15% of my traffic, since Panda 3.3 began rolling out earlier this week! It's annoying as I'd only just brought some traffic back up by editing and deleting Amazon hubs after a post-Xmas slump that I've struggled to get out of! It feels like Google wants to keep...
by Dilip Chandra 6 years ago
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by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
I'm curious to hear if there are any hubbers, who saw a big drop in traffic after the most recent Google Panda and Penguin updates, have fixed their issues and are getting good traffic again yet?I think it would be good for us all to know what changes brought about your renewal of traffic, since...
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