Recent Google has updated it algo so what are the changes one should do in the site so that it should rank ?
Have a look at the use of the English language and grammar on your pages!
Maybe he spun his comments in order to find the answer lol
It's funny, before Panda that would merely have been sarcasm, but Matt Cutts is very explicit that Panda is looking at grammar and English.
Remove low quality pages of the site to increase rankings. Another key is that even high quality pages can lose rankings if poor quality pages tarnish the overall site. If you are copying other site’s content, replace it with quality original content or test removing some or all of those pages. If you have a large number of pages with weak or almost no content, improve them or remove them or block them from Google with robots.txt. Edit any ‘over-optimized’ pages. Improve anything that might make the user’s experience better. Build your brand awareness across the web wherever you can.
Ultimately, Google’s Farmer/Panda update is interested in the user experience. The algorithm is paying attention to the actual user base they have as an indication of the useful and relevant content on the page.
My advice to counter would be
Improve site/page quality (reduce duplicate content, spun content, poor grammar content, etc)
Improve Engagement (Facebook, Twitter, Comments)
I agree with Leanman. You may have a look on English language pagesss...
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