Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by amircx, Aug 13, 2011.
anyone can explain me what is the google panda thing?
Look up. Do you see that cute panda thingy? Click on it. It's a free report.
follow the link
"Our FREE 32 Page Panda Update Report will teach you:
How to spot if your site was penalized by the Panda update.
How to bring your site back to life after the update.
The new guidelines on building the ultimate site that Google will love now and into the future.
What to avoid with a ten foot pole.
And much much more?.."
Looks awesome... off to try it now.
Google purchased an old wild Panda to help save the world. They decided to give this Panda a new life and a very important role in the world. The Panda is allowed to roam free around all the servers. The problem is, the server room has an issue with mice. Since the Panda is old it cant see very well and thinks its a wild snake. It shrieks and starts swinging its paws and running around. Sometimes it hits a server and thats when people come on here and create a thread 'Oh no! I got hit by the Panda!'.
Thats basically it.
I just read it, some good info but its info you should of been doing way before the panda update even existed.
omfg some people are so damn lazy. i have read over 10 hours straight the next day after panda started. 10 damn hours. I've read EVERYTHING that I found about it. More than 80% was repeating stuff but I still read it. This guy didn't even Googled becuse if he would have he would have found the ansfer about what Panda is reading the first result. Considering you are wannabe blackhat SEOs, some of you are way too lazy. Whenever your first idea is to ask in a forum and wait for an answer instead of searching in google and getting it immediately plus a ton of other related results, you should write on a post-it "Todo: get a job at McDonalds" and stick it on your forehead. Only moment when you ask in a forum something is when you already did a dozen google searches using advanced search operators, including with "site:forumWhereYouWantedToAsk.com" and none of the results you got answered your question. That means you either don't use the right keywords to search for something or less likely the information you want does not exist on the internet.
Honestly, when you are this lazy, do you still have hope that one day you will make money online, or offline, or on the Moon, or whatever?
This made me LOL but you have a REALLY good point here. Being spoon fed information is gonna get your nowhere in IM, or in life in general.
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