google panda and penguin

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What is difference between Google panda and penguin. Good site to understand Google panda and penguin latest updates.

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  • Profile picture of the author antac
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    Google Panda is an algorithmic change that checks for quality content etc.
    Penguin Update is a web spam filter that checks for over optimization.

    The more recent update, Google Penguin, targets websites that are belied to be violating Google’s existing quality guidelines. Penguin reduces the ranks of sites that use spamming to obtain higher ranks on search results.
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    • Profile picture of the author Trabalhodigital
      Yeah,
      One thing I just don't agree when they say Google penguin is not a penalty.
      In my opinion it is.

      If I'm not wrong, Matt Cutts says in some case - "if you removed all bad links, corrected spam on ONpage, built quality links, blah and blah and yet NO recover, start with a new fresh domain/site"

      This is the biggest penalty there is.
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    • Profile picture of the author justin44
      Originally Posted by antac View Post

      Google Panda is an algorithmic change that checks for quality content etc.
      Penguin Update is a web spam filter that checks for over optimization.

      The more recent update, Google Penguin, targets websites that are belied to be violating Google's existing quality guidelines. Penguin reduces the ranks of sites that use spamming to obtain higher ranks on search results.
      I agree. And if you're complying with Google's standard and doing purely white hat, then your site should not be greatly affected with the recent algorithm change.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeshinobi
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    • Profile picture of the author discuss4u
      Originally Posted by mikeshinobi View Post

      Panda is a black and white bamboo-eating bear that lives in China.

      Penguin is an aquatic bird that can't fly and lives near the North Pole.

      Hope this helps.
      Well, penguins live near the South Pole, as far as I understand.
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  • Profile picture of the author VHSEOMike
    What is difference between Google panda and penguin?

    Panda is all about your content and Penguin is all about your backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Groovystar
    Yes, penguins live at the South pole
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  • Profile picture of the author northtrans
    thanx for sharing useful information....
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  • Profile picture of the author rajnish
    Penguin is the latest update release in month of April 2012.The Main task of this algorithm is to penalized the over optimized websites or blogs.Keyword stuffing and link exchange are come in over optimization so avoid these.In Google Panda Google focus on the content of the website and penalized only those sites which are using the copy content
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  • Profile picture of the author johnnys229
    Panda: on-page
    Penguin: off-page (links)

    Unsurprisingly Penguin has more of an impact on SEOs because it addresses link building, the most powerful tactic to manipulate one's rankings.
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  • Profile picture of the author surajpatel4ever
    Thanx for sharing useful information.
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  • Profile picture of the author hebsgaard
    The Penguin raises an interesting question. What does a natural link progression look like in the eyes of Google?

    I mean, surely Google still use backlinks as a measure of site ranking. However, if your backlink profile is unnatural in the eyes of the Google algorithm you will be penalized.

    I know that you should avoid spamming anchor text links, that you should use more or less random anchor texts occassionally and that you should use the raw URL as anchor text as well, but aren't these just theories on our part?

    Do we know what a natural link profile for a site looks like from Googles perspective?
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