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How Google Panda differentiate

ankit007ankit007 subscriber Posts: 238 Silver Level Member
edited April 2016 in Business Planning
I knows few Google Search Engine Algorithms like Panda,Penguin. I want to know,How it Differentiate from Others like Bing,Yahoo.


  • fuzzytop130fuzzytop130 subscriber Posts: 2
    Penguin relates to link building and off pages seo, the main focus of penguin to filter spam and low quality back links pointed to a website, where as Panda is concerns with the original and quality contents on a website. Both Penguin and Panda are google's algorithm/ product and bing & yahoo have no concern with them. They might have some other algorithms named differently.
  • oliverrichmond67oliverrichmond67 subscriber Posts: 1
    Google’s Panda algorithm update has been shaking up the world of SEO since its first iteration back in 2011. Over the course of 26 confirmed updates and refreshes, the algorithm wizards at Google have been refining the content-focused search engine update and rolling their new features out gradually. Now, the 27th update has arrived, and it’s significant enough to be called 4.1.

    Google seems to value recency more than Yahoo and Bing do. Yahoo consistently returns Yahoo answers results near the top of the SERP and often those answers and discussions are years old (if they’re even relevant to the search query). In a search for “default search engine opera,” the first four Google results were (helpful) articles written in the last six months. Yahoo returned an article from 2013, a MacWorld forum post from 2003, an undated google.com result, and then a series of Yahoo answers from 2010, 2012, and 2013. Bing returned very similar results to Yahoo, minus Yahoo answers. While recency may not be important for all query answers, in the tech industry a lot can change in a few years and the more recent the information, the better.

    Google also seems to be able to interpret intent better as well. For example, when searching “Ukraine conflict,” each search engine/portal had news, video, and images on the first page, but Yahoo’s first result was the general Wikipedia entry on Ukraine and Bing displayed the Ukraine Wikipedia entry in its Snapshot. The whole first SERP on Google was dedicated to timely results about the current conflict in Ukraine.
  • ishi21ishi21 subscriber Posts: 1
    The main purpose of the update was just to keep those low quality and low content sites away from the top ranking results and give the actual quality sites their due.

    As an obvious result, many websites with huge amount of advertising, or those with low quality content, saw a huge decline in the rankings.
  • argonassetmanagementargonassetmanagement subscriber Posts: 11
    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 "low-quality sites" or "thin sites"
    For the first two years, Google Panda's updates were rolled out about once a month, but Google stated in March 2013 that future updates would be integrated into the algorithm and would therefore be less noticeable and continuous
  • UniversitiutaraUniversitiutara subscriber Posts: 14 Bronze Level Member
    i agree with davidsmith36. there are nice discussion about google panda. it will be helpful to every IT person. thanks for it.
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  • videoatclickvideoatclick subscriber Posts: 5
    Google Panda update is basically for Content purposes, Copied Content, With out link-baiting you can't copy other's content
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