Stalking the Panda

It’s almost that time! Just because winter is over doesn’t mean it’s time for holiday. For every update Google continues to make to its algorithms, people have to keep moving to change with them.  Since its roll out in February, the Google Panda update has been the talk of the site owners who were affected and the rest of the SEO community.

Cue Search Engine Strategies: Toronto.  Join the discussion in an open forum about the Google Panda update and how it affects small business. Moderated by Jonathan Allen, director of Search Engine Watch, the panel will feature a handful of SEW experts, of which I’m proud to included.

Have you lost traffic to your site since late-February? Among the plethora of other reasons why you shouldn’t miss it, SES Toronto is the place to be to get your questions answered.

The session in New York was full of good questions and even some good answers. Now that the update has hit internationally, this forum promises to pack the house. I can’t wait.


1 thought on “Stalking the Panda”

  1. There is a massive panic around online businesses and SEO companies relating to Google Panda update. However I’m sure that this Google update only “cleansed” rankings from Spam and article directories and also autoblogs. White hat search engine optimization and good quality written content is not affected at all, I think this can be simply the contrary and good news for everyone who practise white hat SEO.

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