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How to Write Original Content and Beat Panda in every update


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Each time Google runs the Panda update, sites and blogs suffer. I do feel bad for them, but I empathise with the Panda, it’s name has become every bloggers’ nightmare. I’m wondering when PETA will raise their head and say that the update cannot be name Panda. Anyway, if you are a blogger and have had sleepless night because of the Google Panda update, then here is what you can do to become invincible, write original, beat Panda in every update. google panda update

Be your own competitor

If you though that I was going to offer you some short cut to beat the Google Panda update, then you are so wrong, because there is no short cut for this. You need to put your brain cells to use (they’ve been resting for quite a while) and come up with something innovative. This is extremely important. I know of many people who are original to a great extent, but their blogs suffer. The main reason behind this is, they stick to the standard design and are too comfortable to bring about any change in their blog. Well, it’s time to pull up your socks and start working. Let each blog be better than your previous one. Don’t compare your blog with blogs of fellow bloggers, instead compare them with your previous blogs.

Don’t stop blogging, why quitting now?

If your site just got trampled by Google’s Panda, don’t lock yourself in the closet and shed tears. Face the Panda (it’s a cute animal, and a vegetarian, so you won’t find yourself in its stomach) and continue writing. If you want to sit in the closet and shed tears, do that, but also give a thought to what your next blog will be about and come up with things that are close to your heart so that you can be sure that it is original. Keep blogging, change your style and keep in mind the guidelines that Google has given and stick to them and you will soon be able to recover from you losses. 

Be sure that you are not shown the backdoor as you have become spam

The Google Panda update really works and it distinguishes the thrash from original content. So why be worried about it? Isn’t that a good thing? You have written original stuff and your work is being given preference over other blogs that are a product of “cut, copy and paste”. If you belong to the “cut, copy and paste” brigade then you just learnt your lesson. I’m sure your mum told you that cheating is a bad habit.

So make sure that you are not in the spam list of Google. The only way to do is to CREATE!!

Look at the positive side of the Google Panda update

It may sound like I’m preaching, but it does make sense to look at the silver lining of this dark cloud. Each time the Panda update is made by Google and your blog suffers you know the mistakes that you are making and about the changes that Google expects from you. If you have been posting original content then there is so change in the design of the site you must make.

You need to take the Panda update as a motivation to do better and it is the nudge that you get when you start being complacent. If there is no problem with the site that you have, then it will remain unaffected by the update, but if you have been cooking rubbish in your site, then you are sure to suffer.

The long and short of it is to write original, beat Panda with every update and see the traffic of your blog increase with each passing post. The process is gradual and patience is sure to pay off.

This guest post is written by Sumit who loves Windows 8 and recently posted about windows 8 download.To get guest post contact him at sumonigupta@gmail.com

10 comments
  1. Philppe

    February 13, 2012 at 7:04 am

    Well this was really an interesting article. Writing in a simple manner isn’t a bad thing. But if you only write in a simple manner for your blog then you are in trouble. I think it’s hard to write a fresh content on everything that you see other people reading and re tweeting. I am really impressed with all these information. Keep sharing some more.

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      February 13, 2012 at 7:09 am

      You are welcome here Philippe, kindly come back for more :)

      Reply
  2. seo company in India

    February 13, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Thanks for sharing the post here. Keep up the good work. All the best.

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  3. cathrinegabler

    February 14, 2012 at 9:38 am

    The post is quite good. Whatever happens bloggers should always update without any interruption.Panda update made many changes but once you overcome that using your quality content you will come up soon. If you stopped blogging due to Panda then you will miss the flow towards continuous writing and you will not be considered. So in my point of view continuous writing with a quality content will boost you up soon.

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    • Olawale Daniel

      February 22, 2012 at 8:37 pm

      Thanks for talking more on continuous writing benefits to making people the best. You are welcome :)

      Reply
  4. Tablice magnetyczne

    February 14, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    I count on that it will rise my blog even further after every update. My stories are always original and now is my chance to shine.

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    • Olawale Daniel

      February 22, 2012 at 8:37 pm

      I believe in you :) Common, shine now :)

      Reply
  5. sai krishna

    February 14, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    recently i my one of blog was effected by Google panda .. but now i’m sure that i will beat panda with your guidelines :)

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    • Olawale Daniel

      February 22, 2012 at 7:58 pm

      You’re welcome Sai

      Reply
  6. TopicBay Article Marketplace

    April 3, 2012 at 9:52 am

    It is unfortunate that some sites were hit by Panda, even though they provided great content. But, hopefully good content will win the day for all. Embrace the Panda….

    Reply

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