I have noticed my google uk traffic for hubs has been cut in half in the past 24 hours. Very similar to what happened with the original panda update.
Could just be a coincedence, my rankings still look the same but then again they still looked the same in the usa and the traffic still vanished.
Anyone else noticed anything?
Not enough to make a difference, although down a bit.
http://www.seroundtable.com/google-uk-f … 13148.html
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