Infographic of the Week: Google Panda what it is to the Point

Although Google Panda rolled out earlier this year. There is still a lot confusion and mystery around it for what it really means to many businesses, especially small business. The question is, really how is this new algorithm really affecting my site? The days of crowding your pages with keywords, or duplicating pages is over. Google wants content, and great content plain and simple.

Have you changed your SEO Strategy?

 

Source: Singlegrain

Google Panda Explained Infographic

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About Tanesha White

Professional BIo: With over 12 years of experience in the internet industry and the pleasure of working with National companies such as, Lithia Automotive, McDonalds, and Lexus Corp. Tanesha has applied her knowledge and creative thinking to the needs of clients and business owners with two things in mind; helping them understand internet marketing and how to market effectively and consistently show measurable results. Tanesha displays a true understanding of the internet consumers behaviors. By understanding the needs of businesses, she brings a fresh innovative approach to customizing effective online strategies for any industry. White believes that business owners can have all the desire in the world to have the most technologically inclined company in their market, but online marketing, SEO, social media strategy, and website conversion require the ability to understand in order to be successful.

Posted on October 5, 2012, in All Things Digital, Social and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for the infographic Tanesha…I like anything with Pandas. Even if people don’t understand it, at least people can put Pandas on it to attract eyeballs. I especially liked the use of the “sad” pandas when talking about SEO vulnerability. Maybe that should be our SEO strategy? Put pandas on the page with key word content and even if no one cares about the content, they want to see the pandas! Worked for me! Ha!

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