Google: moving domains won’t help if your website has low quality

If your website has been hit by Panda, it won’t help to move your website to a new domain. Google Panda is part of Google’s core algorithm. Websites with low quality content are downranked by Google’s Panda algorithm.

On Twitter, Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed that it won’t help you website if you move it to a new domain. As long as the content is still low quality, moving domains will not improve your rankings:

Gary Illyes also said that moving potential low quality pages to a subdomain might work. However, it is much more important to improve the content of the pages:

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Technical errors can also have a negative influence on your rankings. Check your web pages with the website audit tool to make sure that Google can index all pages of your website correctly:

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Tom Cassy

Tom Cassy is the CEO of SEOprofiler. He blogs about search engine optimization and website marketing topics at “”.

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