Why do they call this new algo update by google the panda update?
Google always seeks to enhance user experience, the basic reason to update it's algorithm is to make sure that informative and unique content shows up, while the update of algorithm is routine work when ever there is major algorithm change they gave it special name for easy reference and promotion, that's why this time they gave the major algorithm update google panda name
It is aimed mostly at huge and powerful websites. It has no effect on you if you are not powerful. I know this and I wrote about it.
by Paul Edmondson4 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 Nell Rose5 years ago
Why does our hub traffic drop so dramatically when they do a Panda update?Can someone explain exactly what happens in simple terms and why? thanks!
by LucidDreams5 years ago
Although many have suffered over the past year and a half for traffic, some have done better or atleast been able to recoup most of the original visitors numbers they had. I have a few suggestions or ideas that could be...
by GwennyOh4 years ago
I am not at all sure what to do. I started to write here because the amount of money a committed person could make at that time was okay with me. I only began writing here towards the end of January this...
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
Looks like Google made another algo change earlier this week. My traffic rose about 25% on my main HP account around this time, so I'm guessing the update was the cause. My traffic is still low by historical...
by SpaceShanty3 years ago
All my views are way down, how is everyone else doing?
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