Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
You may recall earlier this year, in the early days of the Google Panda Update, that it was costing some people their jobs. In fact, we’ve seen scattered reports on this note throughout the year. One of the more publicized stories about this was that of Mahalo, which laid off 10% of its staff after being hit by the Panda update.
At the time, Mahalo’s Jason Calacanis told WebProNews, “All we can do is put our heads down and continue to make better and better content. If we do our job I’m certain the algorithm will treat us fairly in the long-term.” “The 90+ members of our team are rallying around this challenge, and you will continue to see amazing content from experts with real credentials at Mahalo.com,” he added.
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