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Google Panda – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Google Panda is a change to Google's search results ranking algorithm that was
first released in February 2011. The change aimed to lower the rank of 

Panda (disambiguation)

Panda or Panda bear most often refers to: Giant panda , an animal in the Bear (Ursidae) Google Panda , a search-results ranking algorithm

Google Panda UpdateGoogle Panda Update
This is what can happen if you use spun articles and duplicate content after Google’s Panda algorithm update.

Google Panda 3.8 Refresh June 25th
Here is Google's tweet, which I emailed Google about and they said it started yesterday and was only a data refresh. We're pushing a new Panda data refresh that noticeably affects only ~1% of queries worldwide. A Googler (@google) June 25, 2012.

the-search-and-social-connection-marketing-alignment-in-a-google-and-facebook-worldThe Search and Social Connection: Marketing Alignment in a Google and Facebook World
from IABmembership, 2 years ago in Entertainment
In the heads of marketers, defining where “search” meets social has become a challenge in our fast-moving marketplace. Join IAB Members PerfectMarket, who will share case studies and best practices that demonstrate the ROI and long-term value of aligned campaigns in search and social. Specifically, come to learn more about the: • Recent updates in search and social algorithms (e.g., what to expect beyond Google’s Panda); • Trends in referral traffic • Approaches

Your Guide to Common SEO Penalties and How to Recover From Them
Huffington Post, on Wed, 04 Dec 2013 19:10:03 -0800
So, how do you figure out if you've been hit by Google Panda? Similar to the steps to follow if you've been hit by Penguin, you'll need to assess your Google Webmaster Tools account for any clues, as well as your Google Analytics account. See if you

What Is Google Panda? A Basic Explanation And Survival Guide
what is google panda If you have had a website in past years, then you may have been hit by what is known as Google Panda. As websites try to recover from the onslaught of Google updates (such as Google Penguin), many are wondering