The Panda Bear is a tool that Google uses to penalize sites and domains that do not follow the rules. Now this seems pretty self-explanatory, doesn’t it? You’d be surprised how many choose not to follow the rules.

These users always tend to think/believe they are the exception to the rule. They tend to feel that they can’t be touch. Guess what? The Panda will find you and deal with you.

So, how so I avoid the Panda?

It’s simple. Just make the choice to do the right thing. Use backlinks that come from viable sources. Need help? There are a few directories online which can help. They can show you which path you should be taking.

When it comes to domains, you also need to be smart. Never choose a domain that has been closed or blacklisted. There is a reason why the domain is on this list. Take it as a sing and find somewhere else to go.

It’s also best to choose domains that are not linked to anyone else. In other words, shared domains might not be as helpful as you think. Sometimes a shared domain ends up being attached to someone on the back list. They stay in business because other links are on the good list. This is how it all evens out for them.

It might cost you some money, but it’s best to have your own domain. It’s going to be under your rules and allocation. You won’t have to worry about the normal politics that is associated with a shared domain.

This is just my opinion. I do encourage you to do more research on all of this. Find what works best for you. Find something safe and reliable. Going the quick and cheap way is not always the best approach.

If you do all of this, the Panda will leave you alone for sure. He will not only leave you alone, he will give you a good rating too.