I was looking at an article just now that was going over the new Google panda update, and the author of the article had said that Google will only run panda every couple of weeks. What this means is that if a website makes changes that are beneficial, the site will not notice a result until the next panda check. Because of his, we cannot expect to see immediate success from the changes that Hubpages is introducing.
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
Google announced an upcoming Panda release for this Friday or Monday. We will be watching.
by Writer Fox2 years ago
Google just released what it is calling "Panda4.0", a new addition to its formula for ranking content on webpages. If you have noticed a significant change (up or down) in traffic to your Hubs today,...
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
For anyone seeing a sudden dip or rise in traffic, be aware that Panda is rampaging again:http://searchengineland.com/panda-update-rolling-204313This may be good news for some who lost traffic in the August update, and...
by StormsHalted4 years ago
After the alleged Google alogrithim update probably after 10 December my traffic has fallen drastically from more then 150 views per day to 50. Traffic was steadily rising but after 10 dec it suddenly plunged showing no...
by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
There was a tweet from Matt Cutts announcing a multi-week algorithm update that will last through the week of July 4th. I haven't heard if this is the Panda softening or something else...Just a heads up that it's...
by alternativeto2 years ago
Hey guys, i think HubPages is losing it's rank on Google, i have multiple accounts here and all are experiencing decreased traffic by 50% !!! . Anyone experiencing similar problems? Or did Google introduce any new...
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