Blogspot Account Less Vulnerable to Google Panda?

December 20, 2011 Leave a Comment

Blogspot Account Less Vulnerable to Google Panda?

Everyone got panicked when Google has updated their search algorithm. This issue have been circulating in the net for almost a year now and it continuously evolving to achieve what really they need to change. So what makes those Search Engine Optimization(SEO) website owner afraid-off?

The real culprit is a Panda, Google Panda to be exact. Google Panda will revamp the rankings of all the websites. The aim of this change is to scrap or to decrease "low-quality sites" and upgrade those "higher-quality sites" that has valuable content. It will also give us better or exact results of what we are really looking at. It will downgrade and mark spam sites that will be harmful for all internet users.

So, what is the relationship of users to this kind of search engine changes. Well, in my own point of view, all users with blogspot account will be less vulnerable in the sense that Google will prioritize their own client to get the boost in search results.

Although, this project has just started for a quite sometime, Blogger Magazine Templates has garnered the top spot. See below result:

Blogger Magazine Templates

Isn't this really wonderful? That keywords had a close competition. Have you tried working your website to achieve the highest ranking. Its your time now.

Previous Panda Updates

  • Panda Update 3.1?: November 18, 2011 (about 7 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.5: September 28, 2011 (about 7 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.4: August 12, 2011 (about 3 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.3: July 23, 2011 (about 5 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.2: June 16, 2011 (about 5 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.1: May 10, 2011 (about 4 week gap)
  • Panda Update 2.0: April 11, 2011 (about 7 week gap)
  • Panda Update 1.0: Feb. 24, 2011



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