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[November 29, 2012]

SEO Strategist Rick Porter Suggests Techniques to Recover from Panda Penalties

Boston, MA, Nov 29, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Recovering from Panda penalties has been a mystery for most webmasters that are yet to figure out the intricacies of this latest search algorithm from Google. Rick Porter, the noted internet marketing consultant, has offered a new post on his website providing a few practical easy to assess tips for website owners to figure out how part of this process works. It may be recalled that Google Panda was released in February 2011, and it is said that very little can be done once a site is penalized by Panda because most people don't know what their penalty is for. In his latest post, Rick Porter mentions that a site can be penalized due to many variables but gives some quick tips on a couple of things that can be quickly checked.

Mr. Porter suggests that some of the most common reasons behind Panda for affiliate marketers is the absence of legal pages like FTC statement, disclaimer, about, TOS, etc. in a website. Moreover, Google's way of assessing websites varies a great deal depending on the type of website. Putting up all necessary pages keeps the site safe from being penalized for the absence of these pages and in some case can even increase rankings. He also informs that every website owner must be well acquainted with their user metrics like pages visited, bounce rate, and time spent on site. The metrics recommended for fixing Panda are mentioned in his latest blog post.

According to Mr. Porter, Google makes it very difficult to figure out what actually improves the ranking of a site by making refreshes every four to six weeks. All these and much more have been discussed in detail, in his new post. A two hour long video presentation by Eric Lancheres has also been included in this post to offer a thorough understanding of this highly discussed topic.

It is relevant to mention here that Mr. Porter is about to host a webinar on the 6th of December, and those interested in knowing more about Google Panda may enroll for the webinar by visiting To read the entire post and see the detailed video presentation from Rick Porter, please visit Contact: Rick Porter Email: rickporter(at)rickporter(dot)org Website: Read the full story at

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