I found this website with a list of all the Google updates in the past couple of years. If you track your traffic you can organize it in which "era" it did well and which "era" it dropped. There are also links to explain what each update focused on. Hope it helps...
Thanks Mayre - Here's the quake that hit me: Panda 3.7 — June 8, 2012 (Exact date) traffic fall by 50%. My traffic has now come back up to around 80% of June 7th values. Let's see if there are any specific reasons linked on that post. Thanks again
I read this evening that the next few Penguin updates are going to be "jarring and jolting" for webmasters and SEO's. For those who were affected by Penguin, it could be a bumpy ride. Didn't it affect links and spammy seo?
Matt Cutts: "You don't want the next Penguin update."
"we're still in the early stages of Penguin where the engineers are incorporating new signals and iterating to improve the algorithm. Because of that, expect that the next few Penguin updates will take longer, incorporate additional signals, and as a result will have more noticeable impact. It's not the case that people should just expect data refreshes for Penguin quite yet."
http://www.seroundtable.com/google-peng … 15577.html
I wonder if any HP staff went to the conference in SF yesterday.
Yesterday a Google rep and I met because they wanted to beta test some things on my food blog. Although this was a totally different department I did talk to her about how very unpopular the company was becoming with the writers I knew - and I cited some examples... including hubpages... I don't know if it will do any good but I tried.
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
Just great. Another Google update around the corner. Picked this up today. Don't know if this has been posted yet but certainly worth knowing about. Yuck. I lost 75% of my traffic last time."Take this as your official warning: the next Google ranking update is going to be big!The warning comes...
by Kierstin Gunsberg 6 weeks ago
Anyone else? Like, I'm down to half what I normally am - is it just me or is this a sitewide thing and if so, does anyone know if there've been any recent Google updates?
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
After the longest stretch in memory without an update to the site (nearly 3 weeks), we've just deployed a new release. The biggest change is the addition of a map capsule, which as the name would suggest allows you to include Google Maps in your hubs, for instance see Livelonger's hub on the...
by meloncauli 39 hours ago
Well, its hard to put into words really. I have been very unwell for several weeks and during that time I had an email from Adsense saying I wouldn't be showing ads any more and I have no idea why. I see that several weeks ago my earnings have dropped from almost 2 dollars a day to just a few cents...
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
When Panda hit I was a newbie so was not affected directly. Buy When the Penguin swooped down on us I was badly affected. I though those hubs that were doing great would never fully recover. The hubs I saw taking off and earning me money were new hubs. My best performers pre-penguin were...
by Paul Edmondson 9 days ago
I wanted to give folks an update since there were a number of questions regarding Google at the end of September. We found a significant regressions that in early September let a large number of old profiles into Google's index (Millions of pages became indexable). We put out a fix as...
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