01 Nov 11 3:24 pm
Unfortunately, there isn’t an instant fix for Panda recovery but making sure you are following SEO best practices seems to be the best way.
Google also recommends evaluating your site extensively.Try to use the Diagnostic Tool in the Google Webmaster Tools and select HTML suggestions to view content issues Google found. This tool will display issues such as duplicate/short meta tags, duplicate titles, etc. You can click on any one of the issues to view the specific pages where Google has identified an issue. If Google has flagged a content as having an issue, then fixing the issue would help boost your ranking.
Also check your sites performance in Webmaster Tools. Click Labs and select Site Performance. With Panda’s focus on providing users with high quality sites, a slow load time could cause a decrease in rank. You can also view load time for each page on your site to determine if this is a site wide issue or just a problem for particular pages.
Google’s Webmaster Tools is very helpful in figuring out where to begin making changes to your site. Try to resolve any issues Google has found. Fixing those will help your site recover.
An article from web pro news also said that more sites are recovering from Panda
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