I just read an interesting article which I will link to for purposes of debate. http://searchengineland.com/why-google-panda-is-more-a-ranking-factor-than-algorithm-update-82564 Anyways, I was hit pretty hard by the Panda update and I was wondering if somebody knew of an easy way to improve my rankings back to their previous rankings. I have a network of like 50-60 sites on the same hosting (probably a mistake) that are all similarly related in concept. Small niche sites is what I'd compare them to. There is the home page, .com that contains the content. Then there is sometimes like a testimonial type page mostly with pictures. An about page with minimal content. A contact us page with literally like no content. If I were to add 10-20 pages on a site, could this potentially be the only problem I had with google's updates? The updates appear to have marked my sites as low quality as mentioned in that above article so by adding 10-20 pages and adding a few backlinks to them should hopefully remove this "low quality penalty" right? Interested in hearing from other low-content panda affected micro niche marketers out there to see if they've had any success with simply adding more content or if there is something else needing to be done. Yes, I know. Before you say it, "even before panda having sites like this was bad". Well aware of this, I purchased most of these and never had time to add the content. They were all hit on pretty much the same day and then it seems as though they were hit again a few months later bringing them completely out of competition range. So yes, the goal is to add more content eventually. The question is, do I do that first if I'm hoping to first regain my previous rankings?