It's been a few months since Google mma its algorithms with the famous Panda update and we're on the cusp of another one… Panda 2.2. Edere m echiche m Ebe a na Ebe aMa na-agbagwoju anya ma ọ mere ka ihe ọ bụla dị mma.
O mere; Otú ọ dị, kụrụ nnukwu saịtị dịka ChaCha na-enweghị ịdọ aka ná ntị. ChaCha gbara ọkụ ma rụọ ọrụ ozugbo iji meziwanye nkatọ ụfọdụ ha nụrụ site na ndị ndụmọdụ SEO… DK New Media gụnyere. N'ezie, ChaCha ulo oru ohuru, ngwa ngwa, uzo di nma nke saiti ha taa!
Such a drastic loss of traffic was bad… but to make matters worse, the search results page that ChaCha once dominated are now dominated by other sites… that are scraping ChaCha's content without permission. Ouch. So smaller, more niche sites that are stealing ChaCha's content are now ogo n'ọkwa ọchụchọ karịa peeji ChaCha n'onwe ha. Offọdụ n'ime saịtị nwere njikọ njikọ na-egosipụta n'ụzọ doro anya na ọdịnaya sitere na ChaCha.
A na-enwe mkparịta ụka na-aga n'ihu banyere nke a na-eme n'oge na-adịghị anya Google's Webmaster Forums. I'm not sure if Matt ever did respond to Shawn and ChaCha… but they deserve a response. At minimum, Google needs to remove this black eye and stop scraped content from outranking the original content.
N'ụzọ na-emegide onwe ya, dịka eri sitere na SEMdude gụrụ, Matt Cutts bụ aja. Chei!
Since 2006, ChaCha has answered over a billion questions… and paid their guides and employees to research and find the answers. That doesn't really meet the profile of a content farm… but traffic took a dive. All of ChaCha's content is original – and even included in Google's answers! We'll see how ChaCha's latest site and Panda's latest release impact the company.