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Google panda update for UK now official

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by wannabie, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Yup. A few weeks back. Both affecting my money sites positively and my outer perimeter sites negatively. Overall - not bad. Anyone else?
     
  3. trooperbill

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    you probably saw the residual effect of any US links you had... trust me once things have been re-indexed with the new algo you will see a lot of people complaining
     
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    and its not just the us and uk, its all English language content
     
  5. wannabie

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    Well I notcied that with the first panda update
     
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    I cant' tell about uk ony, but last week, my entire ecommerce got really boosted on wed and thu. I got 30% more visitor from google search's without moving my hand. I just did nothing. Isnt a common thing for sure.

    Suddenly, friday, the visitors decreased a little, but still ranking better.

    I guess google is pushing something that at first, will make everyone "dance", and then stabilize again... I cant tell about dup content because i'm talking about an white hat ecommerce site. Almost everything is dupe, because I'm working with manufacturer descriptions that are the same for everyone...

    Someone experienced something similiar these days?
     
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    My key1-key2.com domain that has 140k backlinks has now been pushed down to #2 from #1 in the UK and being beaten by a key1key2.co.uk domain with only 190 backlinks :(
     
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    My site got pushed down unfortunately. :(
     
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    none of my rankings have dropped..
    the good part was that on one site, two competitive keywords came from page 4 to bottom of page one :) have seen a boost there.. otherwise not much of a change..
     
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    I have been working on a clients MLM site and had him at the top of page 2, ready to jump to page one any day. 3 days ago it dropped to the top of page 4 and the traffic went with it. I am not very happy about this as I am slowly building backlinks for the site and everything was going great!!!
     
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    Yep, noticed it a few weeks after Panda US hit! my sites took a small hit but only by about 5-10 places - still means i have work to do :(