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Google Panda 2.5: how to recover?

Trying to find out some valuable advice regarding the recovery after Panda 2.5, one will find a lot of bullshit advices on the lot of blogs of the so-called SEO experts: have quality content, don’t spam Google, don’t enter in spammy link schemes etc.

The usual bullshit. Blah blah.

Unfortunately, the Panda update is much more difficult to deal with, because, as I said here, Google started to consider into its algorithm some usage factors that normally aren’t under the webmaster’s direct influence. Technically, to recover from Panda you should:

  • try to keep the users more time on your website; try to engage them somehow (maybe with movies?… online games?… p%rn pictures?…);
  • try to make the users to visualise more pages; more page-views / user is better (you should split the content into several sub-pages – I know this sounds totally anti-Panda 1.0, but it seems that Google now has a different view than 1 year ago);
  • try to make the user to return to your website several times after the initial visit coming from a search; with every search visit, Google places cookies in the user’s browser and then tracks the returning rate, which then uses as an indicator of a website’s value;
  • try to lower the bounce-rate.

Don’t forget: Google has a lot of usage tracking mechanisms. Analytics, Chrome browser, search cookies, social media sharing monitoring etc. … you really can’t trick Google into thinking that your website is more beloved by the users than it really does.

Good luck with your Panda 2.5 recovery!

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