SEOs Discuss Strategies To Escape Google Panda

Jul 15, 2011 • 8:57 am | comments (17) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google Panda Man RescueWe have written a ton of advice on helping sites with Panda problems in the past, so do check out our panda archives.

That being said, there is a WebmasterWorldthread has some SEOs and webmasters trying to share tips they've used to recover from Panda. Personally, I cannot vouch for these sites or tips and I am very skeptical if (1) these tips all work and/or (2) these sites were impacted by Panda.

Here are the tips, clipped from the thread:

  • Increase spider crawl rates
  • Add links to deeper pages
  • Removed low content pages
  • Blocked spiders from low-value pages
  • Cleaned up webmaster tools errors
  • Improved basic on page SEO details
  • Restructured site architecture
  • Reduced adding new content
  • Did nothing at all and recovered
  • many more tips in the thread

Most of the advice in the thread are good tips anyway, so I doubt they can hurt your site. Hope this helps some of you.

See our panda archives.

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Comments:

Nick Stamoulis

07/15/2011 02:40 pm

Even without concern over repairing damage done by Panda, these are good tips to follow. I tell my clients all the time, if you follow a strict white hat approach to SEO, you don't have to fear any algorithm updates. Google wants your site to be well optimized because it cleans up their search results for them.

Rick Bucich

07/15/2011 04:34 pm

How is "Reduced adding new content" good advice unless the content is crap?  Plenty of strictly white hat sites were affected by Panda so it is a real concern.  Personally I believe, anyone claiming to have recovered has just driven more traffic...not actually recovered.

Barry Schwartz

07/15/2011 04:35 pm

I know. :)

Guest

07/15/2011 06:07 pm

The only tip that matters: ADVERTISE ON GOOGLE.  Become  a 'brand' and get a free pass from Google.

Guest

07/15/2011 06:11 pm

It just so happened that you cannot become an online brand unless you contribute to Google's earnings.

Maria Burrows

07/16/2011 04:45 pm

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Search Engine Israel

07/17/2011 07:45 am

I have also noticed that too much interlinking between a self owned network of sites may be a trigger.  By not keeping sites separate (if they share similar content) seems to be a tip off that something is fishy.   My post here describes what I found: http://www.searchengineisrael.com/more-thoughts-on-panda-2-2

BALU

07/17/2011 11:27 am

WoW very nice post on SEO

Paul

07/17/2011 10:22 pm

Thanks for the tips... I'm going to do some more research on this now...

Megan

07/18/2011 05:59 am

Well some more tips More focus on Usability & Accessibility Unique content in each pages with images Interlinking each page with relevant paragraphs Updating sitemap

Davedee

07/18/2011 10:01 am

you call them tips...lol,Did nothing at all and recoveredmany more tips in the thread

Tauseef Muhammad

08/05/2011 04:33 pm

Added ALT Text to all Images, submitted sitemap every single day and optimized the Page speed. This is what I did to recover and worked out very fine. 

Kennedy505

08/06/2011 06:15 am

 @Maria Burrows you also know but I know link building..Thanks

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11/19/2011 08:18 am

I know this can be good for SEO but no one has told about new content ? Should we update new content ?

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Kennedy505

07/30/2012 12:16 pm

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Ken

10/11/2012 08:14 pm

You are wrong on this one. I already advertise on Google. They have been clear that Google ads have no bearing on Panda updates. I receive less than half of my previous traffic. I am working on my own brand, however.

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