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So… No One Really Cares About Panda Anymore?

JillO asked 1 year ago
We just released a roundup of all the Q3 Panda Updates.

It really seems that as each month passes, and the Panda Refreshes occur, less and less folks are affected. And… less and less folks care.

What do you think? Do you really care about Panda anymore?

2 Answers
GamblingShares answered 1 year ago
there was just an panda update about the same time as the EMD update/penalty

[COLOR=#444444][FONT=Helvetica]Google began rolling out a new update of Panda on Thursday, 9/27. This is actually a Panda algorithm update, not just a data update. A lot of the most-visible differences went live Thursday 9/27, but the full rollout is baking into our index and that process will continue for another 3-4 days or so. This update affects about 2.4% of English queries to a degree that a regular user might notice, with a smaller impact in other languages (0.5% in French and Spanish, for example).[/FONT][/COLOR][/CODE]

also keep in mind Google is always updating the algo daily !

and buckle up for the penguin update ,I heard it going to be a killer[CODE]Google began rolling out a new update of Panda on Thursday, 9/27. This is actually a Panda algorithm update, not just a data update. A lot of the most-visible differences went live Thursday 9/27, but the full rollout is baking into our index and that process will continue for another 3-4 days or so. This update affects about 2.4% of English queries to a degree that a regular user might notice, with a smaller impact in other languages (0.5% in French and Spanish, for example).[/CODE]

also keep in mind Google is always updating the algo daily !

and buckle up for the penguin update ,I heard it going to be a killer

rmeeuwsen answered 1 year ago
The ill efects have apparently already done the worst damage to those who would be ultimatley affected.

Now it seems to be fine tuning until the next big shake-up.

What’s left?

I wouldn’t be surprised if the next step was to severely limit affiliate sites that do not conform to what google sees as good quality. They appear to like the intense, serious, business and ‘technical’ type sites with in depth details and mind crushing data in contrast to ‘fluff’ like twitter.

Probably explains why they didn’t get in early on a facebook type site.