Late last week an announcement was made from Google, via Pierre Far on Google+, that they have “started a slow rollout of an improved Panda algorithm” that has already been dubbed Panda 4.1. This rollout should be completed sometime later this week, and will affect between 3-5% of Google search results.
Last week Google’s latest search algorithm update – now dubbed Panda 4.0 – was released and confirmed by Google’s Matt Cutts shortly after websites started noticing drastic shifts in search visibility on May 20th. Cutts took to Twitter to make the official
Google’s latest animal-dubbed algorithm update is called Hummingbird, and was first introduced to the public at the end of September, though the update had been in effect for about a month prior to the official announcement. As part of this announcement, Google has stated that 90% of all searches will be affected by Hummingbird. Now… Read more
Please note that this is an upcoming algorithm update. The views below are speculation based on previous algorithm updates and where search is heading. During a panel discussion at SXSW Matt Cutts, head of the webspam team at Google, made an announcement that an upcoming algorithm update will seek to level the search playing field… Read more