Explain panda please.
I probably am the only one on the planet who doesn't really know what having panda come to our site really means.. I saw little blue arrows during the time when there was panda invasion, shall we say, but would like clarification. Thank you.
Panda is a code name for a tweak in Google's search algorithms, which they do on a semi-regular basis and which usually don't end well for those of us on sites like HubPages. Apparently the panda hates us. I hate it back. (shakes fist) CURSE YOU PANDAAAAAA!
Wow, that sounds scary. But the panda looks so cute!
They give their algorithm changes cute names like "Panda" and "Penguin" so they don't sound threatening.
Thanks...this makes it clear. Now I get it.
You're not the only one. I have heard of it, but I am confused about it, too!
Google Panda and Penguin are real brothers. Panda is more smart than Penguin. Latest Panda of 2013 is more cute and beware not to fall in love with it.
Its google's new search algorithm that tries to weed out the smaller spammier sites such as "toenailclippings.org" and gives leeway to bigger authority websites in the search engine results
Panda , Penguin or whatever future updates, They all are about quality and naturality of your web ecosystem. Alongwith owner and marketer consider yourself as an user as well and check whether you will be satisfied with your own web ecosystem as an user or not.
pstraubie48, Thanks for asking this question. I did not know what it was either.
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