Google update Panda 4.0 now live
Googles Matt Cutts spam head announced on Twitter that they have released version 4.0 of the Google Panda algorithm
Googles Panda algorithm is prepare to prevent sites with bad quality content from working their way into Googles top search results.
But didnít Google stop updating us on Panda refreshes and updates since they are monthly rolling updates? Yes, but this is a bigger update.
Panda 4.0 must be a major update to the actual algorithm versus just a data refresh. Meaning, Google has made changes to how Panda identifies sites and has released a new
version of the algorithm today.
A BIG GOOD LUCK to all, hmm, for sure there are going to be lots of movements and changes in rankings.
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yes you are right we see lots of changes in website page rankings .
I couldn't face any drops in my keyword position. Let see what's happening.
Yes you are right,panda 4.0 is live now,For those who don’t know, Google’s Panda update targets low quality sites littered with poor content and advertisements. Panda 4.0 is being hailed as a major update that will make way for future updates.I have a blog post Google Rolls Out Panda 4.0 Update. Major Ranking Shuffle Expected.... visit http://fatbitwebexperts.wordpress.co...ffle-expected/ for detailed information.
some website gives a big loss with Panda 4.0 update..
some site in profit more detail http://goo.gl/nSGo4I
Many websites lost their positions but truth is they are not even aware of the fact for what reason they have lost, before making official announcement of panda 4.0 update algorithms were already affected many sites from past 10 days.
yes by this update my site rank got down it was on 2 before the update but now its on 14
The major reason to updated this Panda 4.0 algorithm is push down the website from top place which had been low quality and copied content.So we should need to make more quality content to our website for avoid the penalty.
This Spam Algorithm specifically targets spammy queries only.
I think may be this update is good for me because today in google webmaster tool I found new search queries and all search queries are on good ranking. I have to checkout all the links and need to do some analyses. If I benefited due to this new update than I continue my linkbuilding process.
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Yay, now those of us who recognize that what most people call "SEO" is one giant steaming pile of manure full of lies and bunk can sit back as the scam artists (and the poor fools who were ripped off by them) run around like chickens with their heads cut off over it.
... while those of us who know better get to watch our rankings increase.
1) Content of value written professionally using the proper terminology.
2) Marked up semantically with a logical document structure
3) Organically back-linked to by people who actually LIKE the content
DONE! Anything else is 100% grade A fiction, that even if it works for a few moments, WILL get slapped down by algorythm updates like this current one... and the one before it, and the one before that, and the one before that.
... which is why MOST of what SEO 'experts' offer is a bunch of halfwit nube-predating bull****, that is little more than glittering generalities and card stacking to try and rip you off!
Last edited by deathshadow; 05-24-2014 at 08:06 PM.
Google spam head Matt cutt's same day announced two algorithm one is Panda 4.0 on content related and other one Payday Loan 2.0 on keywords related . More detail https://twitter.com/mattcutts/status/468908055229648896
Has anyone felt any declines in local non english search results? Because I haven't noticed any difference so far. Or maybe the update has not arrived yet for non-English parts of the Internet? What do you think guys?
I didn't see any big changes after Google Panda 4.0.. This update in for some particular search terms..
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