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wordpress or static html sites after panda?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zigzag, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. zigzag

    zigzag Registered Member

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    Was curious how things are going for people with websites built with wordpress and plain static html sites. Which ones are having the most success with all the panda updates, which one ranks better in google as of now?
     
  2. MandLoys

    MandLoys Regular Member Premium Member

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    That really doesn't matter. There doesn't seem to be a correlation, I can't see any on my own sites and I haven't read any solid stats that proof the contrary.
     
  3. KeyzDT

    KeyzDT Power Member

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    My main white hat authority site built using wordpress has not been affected at all.
     
  4. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Sincerely I think it doesn't matter like MandLoyd said.
    Panda penalizes websites with shitty content, no more (...).

    One of my WordPress website has been literally killed by first Panda update.
    So, WP or static, the skeleton is not the problem.

    Beny
     
  5. Moayediyan

    Moayediyan Regular Member

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    Your site should be of high quality in terms of content but also on and off page SEO.. Wordpress or HTML does not matter
     
  6. joaquin112

    joaquin112 Regular Member

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    You got it all wrong dude. It's not how you build a website (or what technology you use), it's how useful it is for your users, how good the content is and how well optimized everything is.