If your website was attacked by Google's Panda update, there is apparently an easy way to heal the digital damage done - just write better content!
That little gem of advice came from Google's Matt Cutts in a recently released video (seen below). Cutts suggests that content publishers write at the level of published books or within popular magazines, referencing a post from Google's head of search Amit Singhal about building high-quality sites (https://wsm.co/1e64dL6).
The Panda update actually launched back in February of 2011 and was integrated into the normal indexing and ranking process just this year according to Cutts.
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