• http://www.michael-martinez.com/ Michael Martinez

    It sounds like they’re getting closer to the ideal mix they have been seeking.

  • http://www.google.com/ Azi Azimi

    Danny, Google is the king they did a great update. I see it every day. We paid 7 figures for an exactmatch which was ranking#1 for over 8 years with links from amazing places now we are outranked by a guy with Adsense ads, it certainly was a great update. Kudos to google and that guy Panda.

  • http://chileconmigo.wordpress.com/ O.P.

    Still waiting for the panda update” on spanish & french’s SERP’s.

  • http://www.bocakmak.com Bo Cakmak

    It seems like the results are getting worse rather than better. http://bocakmak.com/seo/google-panda-2-1-gone-wrong/

  • http://www.michael-martinez.com/ Michael Martinez

    @Bo Cakmak: What is the purpose of sharing a screen grab of the 4th page of search results for “braun electric kettle”?

  • http://www.gamerstube.com Joe Youngblood

    how would anyone know about 2.1 with analytics all messed up…

  • http://www.bocakmak.com Bo Cakmak

    @Michael Martinez: I suppose I should have been clearer about my intent. The search term itself is not the relevant point.

    Panda like any other update by Google is intended to provide more relevant results. The screen grab shows one example (there are many) where Google fails to do that. I should probably have posted a first or second page snapshot but I don’t think that results should diminish in quality regardless of page.

    I am not sure about the rest of the community but the results I have been seeing seem less relevant than they were previous to the update. I was hoping for responses geared towards other instances where users have seen results that are not up to standards. I.E. Google displaying 6+ results that are different domains and yet exact duplicates with the exception of color.