Since April, Google has updated it algo each month. At the beginning of may Google Panda 2.1, at the end of June, Google unrolled Panda 2.2, in July Panda 2.3. Will Google start start unrolling these updates on a monthly basis?
I hope not, theres only so much they can do and it seems nothing is working so far to prevent spam, it just seems to affect good websites like HP.
It has shifted huge amounts of income to traditional news media- apparently.
So if you like quality newspapers, they may have a future.
Sadly Google sees HP as a content farm, although it is filled with valueable info.
Google updates will keep happening forever. Just like the HP updates will.
Why would Google ever stop updating it's search engine? That would be stupid of them, and they aren't stupid, so logically. . . . .
Of course, that would be stupid. However, Google Panda may be (very unlikely though) a rolling update now.
I remember when the Panda update 2.3 took place, few weeks ago, many claimed that Google has set Panda to roam free on it's own. However, that rumor was refuted by Google.
Google changes its algorithms daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and as often as they deem required. They will produce hundreds if not a couple of thousand updates each year, including Panda.
Don't get caught up too much in the updates simply because there is so much news about Panda. It will affect us from time to time, and other times it will not.
Hubpages is definitely on the rise, I just checked Quantcast, ranking is now 111, whereas it was 113 last week. Traffic is definitely climbing. I have seen numerous hubs taking high spots on Google front page for top keywords
by SpaceShanty 6 years ago
All my views are way down, how is everyone else doing?
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Google on Twitter: "Panda refresh is rolling out—expect some flux over the next few days. Fewer than 0.7% of queries noticeably affected"September 18th 2012
by Ben Guinter 8 years ago
I'm curious to hear if there are any hubbers, who saw a big drop in traffic after the most recent Google Panda and Penguin updates, have fixed their issues and are getting good traffic again yet?I think it would be good for us all to know what changes brought about your renewal of traffic, since...
by Paul Goodman 8 years ago
So far, I've lost about 15% of my traffic, since Panda 3.3 began rolling out earlier this week! It's annoying as I'd only just brought some traffic back up by editing and deleting Amazon hubs after a post-Xmas slump that I've struggled to get out of! It feels like Google wants to keep...
by Daisydot 5 years ago
Just found a very interesting article about Google Panda:http://themoralconcept.net/pandalist.htmlThe author (Josh Bachynski) has gone through thousands of hours of Google Webmaster hangouts conducted by John Mueller (Google employee), plus combed through official announcements by other Googlers at...
by Oyewole Folarin 8 years ago
I noticed last week that traffic to my hubs surge, and i was very happy but surprisingly things started changing about two days ago when i saw declined in my daily page views. More so, most of my hubs on google first page are now on page two. Can someone tell me what's the problem with GOOGLE?
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