Panda update part 3

What if you found out that everything you thought you knew about SEO was Wrong…


What most people do not understand about Google is that Google is not your friend.

Google is a business, they do not care about you or what you are doing.

They do not care about information, fairness, love, family, humanity, or anything else but what they are actively pursuing.

What Google is actively pursuing, is profit, it has been said by many that Google may be loosing touch with its user base.

Consider the truth of that statement and then consider what would happen if every last soul online refused to use google as a search tool.

What do you think would happen then?

The next version of the super engine has allegedly, become a reality, with even more blogging farms, being effected.

Over the last two months there has been wild speculation about how the changes to the search engine giant Google would effect some publishers, notably EZA, was one such company allegedly adversely effected by the updates however, they like many others seemed to focus on the wrong areas.


“Some publishers have fixated on our prior Panda algorithm change, but Panda was just one of roughly 500 search improvements we expect to roll out to search this year,” writes Google Fellow Amit Singhal on the Google Webmaster Central blog. “In fact, since we launched Panda, we’ve rolled out over a dozen additional tweaks to our ranking algorithms, and some sites have incorrectly assumed that changes in their rankings were related to Panda. Search is a complicated and evolving art and science, so rather than focusing on specific algorithmic tweaks, we encourage you to focus on delivering the best possible experience for users.”

I can tell you that I saw this coming a mile away, and in fact we have been making adjustments for a long time now, however, you will not find perfect content here, nor should you, in our opinion no one is perfect, people are human and they do not expect perfection nor should they be restricted to only such content as what others view, as perfect, (really a form of censorship) so all in all the main idea was to get better results from the search engines, mostly because bing and yahoo sort of joined forces to some degree, offset by Google, which did not want to see that kind of competition.

No matter where you come down in the panda debates, the one thing that is clear is that you need to have good strong content that is based on quality not quantity, that is what we get from Google and that is what we hope to bring you the website visitor, you may not see perfection, and likely you might even see a grammar mistake, or two, however the focus here is to provide information that will help you in your endeavors, both on and off line writing and development of websites.