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The Google Panda update, also known as the ‘Google Farmer’ update, shook the SEO world leaving a huge number of ranking casualties and was widely broad casted across SEO news blogs. It has been the talk of the town ever since, not only within the land of search marketing, but across global media channels such as The BBC, The New York Times, Sky News, World News and The Telegraph. But it seems that there are now signs of small but promising recovery.

When Google Panda hit back in February 2011, websites across the world experienced a loss in traffic anywhere between 20 and 80 per cent. It would appear now, that some websites are seeing a few improvements after making necessary changes. and have both reported a slight but significant turn in their recuperation, and it leaves hope for other website owners.

Both websites have seen an increase in traffic since applying the necessary changes. So what exactly have they done to turn it all around? switched to a better SEO company to replace their existing low quality back links with high quality hired skilled copywriters to write original, SEO friendly and well written restructured web pages to boost page removed all duplicate used the canonical tag for one preferred added no-index meta tags to SERP-like pages and tag made better use of 301 redirects.