I know Google Panda decided to strike a few months ago, but looks like Google Panda decided to strike once again just recently. Is this going to be an ongoing process? How many more times is this going to happen?
According to Google this will be an ongoing process,done when needed. So if you miss one, you can be assured there will be more to follow.
Yes, it's ongoing.
The Panda algorithm is run once a month. It's not changed or tweaked every time, but often it is.
Sweet! I see Google like a big yellow pages, but unlike the real Yellow pages, your business can be on the first page one day and no where to find in another feels like a big roller coaster ride, I miss the good old days where traffic was more reliable and stable...
by Ben Guinter5 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...
by Sherri6 years ago
I was sorry to see that this forum thread was closed to comments by HP:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/78912#topThere was a lot of good information going back and forth there. It may be that some snipe stuff went on...
by taviasylum5 years ago
What are the ways in which one can make $500 from adsense?
by IzzyM5 years ago
Everyone I know here seems to have their Google traffic back. I don't know about Randy, he hasn't posted recently.I am taking a long hard look at my writing, and I guess it falls at every hurdle, somehow.Yet when I...
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
Google announced an upcoming Panda release for this Friday or Monday. We will be watching.
by Paul Goodman4 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
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