Search Engine Land
The Google Panda Updates infographic that you see below was generously provided by SearchEngineLand.com. The nice people at SearchEngineLand.com inserted the aforementioned infographic into a blog post with even more details about the Panda updates. They said that anyone is free to use and share the infographic as long as you give them credit and link back to them, which, of course, I have already done.
I really love this infographic because even though most of us have heard of the Google Panda updates to the Google Search Engine algorhythm and ranking system, few of us (unless your major is SEO) realized there were so many updates or what those updates meant.
Why Google Panda Didn’t Affect Me!
I started posting regularly on my blog in January 2011 just before the first Google Panda Update in February 2011. Since I was just focused on providing quality content and never got involved in link farms or paid backlinks or anything of a potentially shady nature, I never got slapped down by the Google Panda. And although, I myself, didn’t really know a lot of the details behind the Google Panda Updates at that time, I did get the message that using tricks to try and improve my blog rankings might prove fatal to my site in the end, so I’ve kept my SEO strategies pretty simple for the last 15 months.
What About the Future of Google SEO?
I know you’re probably thinking that Google Panda is yesterday’s news now, so at the behest of my friend and WordPress blogging expert, Kimberly Castleberry, I would love to recommend two excellent articles on the future of Google Search Engine rankings: The first article is by Kimberly Castleberry herself, and the second by Ed Dale. Both articles are well worth the time it takes to read, understand and apply.
To enlarge the Google Panda Infographic below just click on it. The infographic will open up in a new browser window or tab and look really small. Just click on it again and you’ll get an even larger image than the one you see below which will be even easier to read!by