Primitive search engines only read words on the pages in their database and rendered pages that included those searched words. Google basically came along with the ability to reorder those search results based on how many other pages on the Internet linked to them.
Since then, Google and other search engines have improved these foundational ranking factors and developed thousands of ways to reorder search results so only the most relevant are displayed to the user.
For instance the “freshness” of the substance or the location of where the hunt took place.Panda is only another way Google reorders results based on the tone of a site’s capacity.
Throughout this article we reflect in detail what can be taken from the “Panda Patent”. The wording used is frequently obscure and sometimes hits it difficult to hold meaning, then here’s a quick concept breakdown that should help throughout.