Google tweeted that they have pushed out a minor update to the Google Panda algorithm this past Friday afternoon.
The update impacts less than one-percent of searches, which is why Google labelled this a “minor” update.
Google is making a conscious effort to provide more weather reports for when they do major of minor updates with the search algorithm.
Previous Panda Updates
Here’s the Panda update schedule so far, as we’ve tracked and had confirmed by Google:
- Panda Update 1.0: Feb. 24, 2011
- Panda Update 2.0: April 11, 2011 (about 7 week gap)
- Panda Update 2.1: May 10, 2011 (about 4 week gap)
- Panda Update 2.2: June 16, 2011 (about 5 week gap)
- Panda Update 2.3: July 23, 2011 (about 5 week gap)
- Panda Update 2.4: August 12, 2011 (about 3 week gap)
- Panda Update 2.5: September 28, 2011 (about 7 week gap)
Since then we have not been tracking the Panda fluxes that closely.
So far, the weekend complaints over this “minor” Panda update have not been that dramatic. If we see an uptick in complaints, we will let you know.
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