The Google Panda algorithm is a search algorithm introduced by Google in February 2011. It is designed to target and lower the rank of low-quality, thin, or duplicate content websites in search engine results pages (SERPs).
The primary aim of the Panda algorithm is to improve the quality of search results by penalizing websites that engage in content farming, keyword stuffing, or other black-hat SEO techniques. It ensures that websites with high-quality, valuable, and original content are ranked higher, while those with low-quality content are demoted.
Some factors that Panda algorithm takes into consideration when evaluating a website include the uniqueness and relevance of the content, the user experience, page loading speed, organization and structure of the website, and the presence of excessive ads or other distracting elements.
Since its inception, the Panda algorithm has been updated multiple times to improve its effectiveness, and it plays a crucial role in maintaining the overall quality of search results on Google.