Feeding The Panda Offers Needed SEO Guidance for Site Owners After Google Update

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The latest update from Google in early 2011 started a wave of fear that rippled through web master communities across the internet as the changes the search giant put into effect took their tool.

The latest update from Google in early 2011 started a wave of fear that rippled through web master communities across the internet as the changes the search giant put into effect took their toll. In a matter of hours, rankings dropped and many sites seemed to drop off the radar altogether. With so much chaos and uncertainty, internet marketers and those running sites of all types tried to learn how to adjust their site to the changes as quickly as possible in an effort to find a way to reach out to search engine users once again. While Google said the changes were aimed at so called 'content farms', experts suggest that algorithm changes will always produce plenty of collateral damage with many victims being swept down the rankings as a simple results of unintended side effects from the Google Panda Update. Clearly, no software driven change can be put into effect without side effects, especially one that affects so many web sites all at once, and Panda has proven to be no different. However, the difference is that this time Google appears to be getting extremely serious about the kind of quality they expect site owners to offer Google searchers.

To answer this latest challenge to web site owners who rely on Google for the organic search results that bring them the bulk of their traffic, Mike and Troy of ArticleSubmissionReview.com have released 'Feeding the Panda', a product designed to offer site owners guidance in how to handle the latest Google changes. Continuing in their tradition, Mike and Troy have dispensed with hype to focus on clear, results driven instruction on what web site owners and marketers in the field of SEO can do in order to keep their sites ranking well. The 'Feeding the Panda' product takes the approach that the best way to deal with the Google Panda update is by giving Google what it has shown it wants. By offering solidly researched checklists and advice on strategies in the post Panda era, Mike and Troy bring their expertise to bear, sharing information that was previously available only to members of their exclusive list. Not surprisingly, the pre-launch has sold incredibly well to web masters eager to learn just what they need to change in order to make sure that their sites remain as competitive as possible through the changing times.

Those interested in the Feeding the Panda product should take a look at Mike and Troy's offer at http://feedingthepanda.com which is backed by a 30 day money back guarantee and offered now at the price of only $67 for the entire product. In all, he product features 76 pages of deep coverage into the Panda changes and what today's web masters can do to cope with it. A 28 point checklist walks site owners through all of the aspects of SEO in today's changed environment, including how to approach content, as well and onsite and offsite SEO strategies. As always, the content of Feeding the Panda dives straight to the point and offers site owners the critical guidance that saves them hours of research and helps them get real world results.

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