So last week Google released an update to their search results affecting all high-quality small-medium-sized sites, to help rank them higher.
This new algorithm will increase the relevancy of smaller sites and higher rankings in the results.
But that doesn’t mean you will just start ranking higher automatically, there’s always a catch.
What do you need to do?
If your site has “thin content” you need to do some work and add more relevant content. Add value to these pages, not just keywords, but human-readable interesting content.
What if I don’t do anything?
If you don’t do anything it will get worse for you. The pages with this thin content will be hit by the so called slow-death phenomenon.
They will over time gradually lose their visibility until nothing is left in Google’s results.
So companies should build a Panda-proof plan to implement right away before you drop off of Google’s result’s entirely.
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