Google Panda Infographic

What is Google Panda – Awesome Infographic

Here is an interesting Infographic by Single Grain explains Google Panda in plan English. See how Google Panda update provides a huge incentive to produce good content, and protect the search engines and the internet from spammers.

Learn more about what can hurt your blog and how to do good link building.

Google Panda provides a huge incentive to produce good content

Google Panda Infographic

Google Panda Infographic

Via: Single Grain – A Digital Marketing Agency

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  • Rose McGrory April 7, 2012, 9:52 am

    Fantastic linkbait infographic, just to prove the point 😉

  • Ashish March 8, 2012, 11:13 pm

    Well Now I would like to ask one question regarding copy content I have read the same article at many other websites as well../?? STill both come in google search page.? How do you justify this..?

  • Bernard Barcenilla March 5, 2012, 7:09 pm

    Thanks Hesham! The info graphic was helpful. Google Panda is the answer to blank hat. It’s the answer to producing more relevant and engaging content oppose to pumping out trash content.

  • Damon February 16, 2012, 1:02 pm

    This is a pretty nice and concise way of saying, just make a nice website and provide something that would be valuable for a reader 🙂 There is an all out war against spammers, but it is a war that will never be won. I wish I had a better answer, but all you can do is try and provide value and hope your site doesn’t get caught in the wide net.

    The unfortunate problem is that many of the spam techniques work and someone that tries to play by the rules has an extremely hard time gaining any traction in google. Sad but mostly true.

  • Florin February 13, 2012, 7:04 am

    The Panda update is probably the worst thing that ever happened to black-hat SEO “experts”, and the best thing Google could have done to help legitimate businesses and blogs. Sure, it’s not perfect, but just the focus on original content instead of sheer number of incoming links is enough to shoot plenty of spammers down. Let’s hope Big G keeps cleaning up the interwebs

  • Ricardus February 12, 2012, 3:29 am

    Great infographic Hesham. I am sure it provided a lot of great insights to everyone here.

  • Jason M February 11, 2012, 3:12 pm

    This definitely helps make sense of the whole Google Panda algorithm changes. It puts it into perspective.

    But – now I’m concerned as having a relatively new site. How do I know if I’ve been “hit”? I know I have a pretty high bounce rate (people don’t like content sometimes I guess?) but the average site time is still pretty decent.

  • Hung Hong February 9, 2012, 5:11 am

    Very nice info graphic.My son loves Kungfu Panda movie but i don’t like…Google Panda

  • Allie February 7, 2012, 12:05 pm

    This is an amazing infograph.

    I was a little confused about the Panda updates because, frankly, I do not understand them. But this puts it all in perspective and in easy to swallow chunks of info. I’m actually thinking of printing it so I can refer back to it often.


  • Dennis February 6, 2012, 6:16 pm

    So how exactly are we supposed to find out if our site is on this “list” of sites with pages or content that Google doesn’t like?

  • Sushen Jamwal February 6, 2012, 3:18 pm

    really it was damn good infographic, google panda is important for every blogger and its difficult to understand panda!

  • Steve February 6, 2012, 12:31 pm

    Thanks Hesham,

    I think this infographic is a great way of explaining the entire Google Panda effect. The info has been out there for a while, but it is a great layout and really brings it home. Thanks for sharing this.

  • Jeevan Jacob John February 6, 2012, 8:26 am

    Hey Hesham,

    Thanks for sharing the infographic 🙂 It really helped me to get a better understanding of Google’s Panda updates.



  • Robert February 5, 2012, 5:16 pm

    This is a great infographic! It’s surprisingly detailed and a lot of work has gone into putting it together which I appreciate.

    Thanks for sharing it!

  • Adam James February 5, 2012, 4:04 pm

    Woah, I love this!

    It’s the most clear explanation I’ve seen of panda, I especially like the section about identifying if your sites being hit, extremely useful.

    People seem pretty crazy about panda, mostly in forums all over the web.

    Thing is, panda’s are pretty cool really lol.

  • Abhi Balani February 5, 2012, 10:44 am

    What a great infographic… Almost everything about Google Panda. Thank you for sharing.

  • Ryan Biddulph February 4, 2012, 10:10 pm

    Hi Hesham,

    Awesome share!

    You can have both quality and quantity but focus on quality before all else. I see this as posts I’ve written a few days back – and allow to simmer – work their way up google.

    Good SEO is following these rules and being less concerned with numbers. What good is fresh, relevant content if the content is not built according to the Panda rules?

    Think Big Picture. Take time to do things the right way. Pay strict attention to detail. Follow the steps. Think through your blog. If you write once post a week but your blog is super optimized, good for you. If you write 2 posts daily but your blog is not optimized, you are working harder, not smarter, than the next guy.

    Effective acts. Leveraging acts. Make sure each post has a great chance to sprint up google and the other search engines. Optimize your blog and you can drive a nice, steady stream of passive traffic to your site.

    Thanks for sharing with us Hesham.


  • Dan Keller February 4, 2012, 8:56 pm

    I am sucker for infographics, good share Hesham! To be honest I have not really paid to much attention to Panda update. My sites are doing well and most have actually been doing much better in Google search traffic since the update. I will keep doing what I have been doing which is to put out good fresh content.

  • Sefati February 4, 2012, 3:41 pm

    can I put this info graphic on my blogs and link back to this post? thanks

    • Hesham Zebida February 4, 2012, 8:37 pm

      Yes you can , you don’t need to link to this post (however, that would be cool -:)

      You need to link to the source of the infographic, which is this page.

      • Abhi Balani February 5, 2012, 10:54 am

        Hey Heysham, I’ve used it on my blog oddblogger.com and used the original code provided by the source.

        • Hesham Zebida February 5, 2012, 6:05 pm


          P.S. I think you should use your blog URL instead of your Feed URL when you comment! not sure why you are using the feed link!

          • Abhi Balani February 5, 2012, 8:47 pm

            I’m using my author feed on Jane Sheeba’s blog in order to share a specific link on CommentLuv – to my contest entry – and not to my blog.

  • Jules Webb February 4, 2012, 3:17 pm

    Great graphic, thanks for sharing. I had a hard time reading the smaller print so I tracked down the original image link. In case you’d like to add the link here it is here.

    ** Editor: I’ve edited the link to point to the page. Thanks

    • Hesham Zebida February 4, 2012, 8:35 pm

      Thanks for pointing me out to this Jules , the post has a link tot he original post, maybe it’s not clear enough.

  • Hooker February 4, 2012, 2:26 pm

    Ahhh, thanks for this. With all the talk about Panda now, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the opinions. I’m glad to see I’m doing the right things with my blogs in trying to write engaging content that people like rather than just pumping out trash to get good SE rankings. There is also so much speculation that it’s hard to know what is true and what isn’t. The change was actually a positive for me.

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