62% Said This Site Should Not Have Been Hit By Google Panda

Apr 10, 2015 - 8:51 am 22 by

loved gifIn January, I ran a poll asking you guys if you feel this site should have been hit by Panda 4.1 or not.

As you may remember, this site took a major nose dive when Panda 4.1 was released. There was some speculation the issue was around the comments but I am not too sure.

Since Panda 4.1 was released, we haven't had an update in six months, so no real changes noticed in terms of Google organic traffic to this site for 6-months.

In terms of the poll, I asked "Did This Site Deserve To Get Hit By Google Panda?" and 62% of you said no, it did not, while 28% of you said yes, it did. We had over 600 responses to the poll.

Here is the pie chart of the responses:

Ser Panda Poll

Disclaimer: Please see my poll disclaimer post before coming to any conclusions on these results.

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

This post was pre-written and scheduled to be posted today. FYI, I am offline today so I won't see your comments until likely Sunday or Monday.


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