Panda 4.1 – Do’s and Don’ts

 
We all are aware about Google Panda’s 4.1 latest updated Panda version. Today’s blog will highlight some dos’ and don’ts for a website as per the latest Google Algorithm Panda 4.1

Apart from posting quality content, there’s much more to be done in order to meet the desired standards of Google’s search algorithm. Currently, Penguin is one of the Google’s algorithms that is gaining more attention. But then, Panda should also be reminded.

Google panda is always behind the screen watching your websites and ready to strike whenever any error is caught. So, one must be prepared for both Panda as well as Penguin. Yet, the question is how to deal with Panda or what one must do to fix Panda?

There are several questions asked by the users’ community which definitely help people to deal with Panda and make alterations in their website accordingly. However, for some these may be unsatisfactory.

So, after an in-depth research about Panda, we are able to create a simple list of Do’s and Don’ts of a website to save it from Panda Attack. So, here’s the list that we have made based on our research about the Panda Facts

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The Lists of All Do’s

  1. Task Fulfilment
  2. This focuses mainly on mobile side and less on the desktop side. While preparing for Panda, it is necessary to have a look on your user metrics, one must note what users are doing on their website and if they are purely satisfied with your content or not or whether they are turning again to Google or they leave your website and switch to some other website.

    In order to ensure the task completion, make sure that all tasks are completed of every web page. If it’s a sign up page then make sure that viewers actually sign up using that page. In short, the page that is created for a particular purpose that page should fulfill that purpose.

    For another page, make sure it loads properly in a very less span of time say three seconds and main content is easily available on the sign up page. Whether it’s a sign up page or a download page or just any web page that provides information, every page must properly perform its task so that Google can easily track the completed task.

  3. Offsite References
  4. It is necessary to have various offsite references; we can say possible references through which Google can determine your website quality and can recommend it to others as well. It’s important that people in social world should discuss about you. In case, you are not in discussion then there’s some problem. As Google knows the experts and if experts will talk about you then your site will definitely be considered.

  5. Proper Contact Details on Every Page
  6. It is important that your every single web page contains your perfect contact details including phone number, address etc. Your site must also contain a strong enthusiastic mission statement as well as company directory. Your website copyright must also be up to date so that people can easily trust your website.

These are some of the do’s and there are many more. We will discuss about the Don’ts in our next blog so that you can easily get idea about the same and you can quickly follow the things. To know more about SEO strategies and current trends, stay in touch with SEO experts Melbourne, Platinum SEO.

Ghan Bavadiya
Ghan Bavadiya
CEO of PlatinumSEO
Ghan Bavadiya has actively involved in SEO and Web Design. He associates to fill the ever changing needs of business today.
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