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4 Myths About Google Panda That Are Still Doing the Rounds by @DholakiyaPratik

It's been over 5 years since Google rolled out its first version of the Panda algorithm and there still are many myths doing the rounds. This post focuses on four such myths that are still unclear and tries to clear doubts, if any. The post 4 Myths About Google Panda That Are Still Doing the Rounds by @DholakiyaPratik appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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