Google has released a new Panda refresh for those in the world of SEO to deal with.
Although the first Panda update went live in February 2011, Google is always looking at refreshing the update, on top of the recent Penguin update, to reward high quality content that is useful to readers, instead of article spinning and those who link to bad linking neighbourhoods.
Google has always recommended users read this blog post from May 2011 for more information on building a high-quality, that will in turn bring high quality rankings.
Hopefully you have seen some improvements in your rankings, however if you have suffered at all, get in touch with Skyline Marketing for SEO & Google Panda help.
Welcome to the latest blog from Skyline Marketing – specialists in SEO Exeter and SEO Bristol.
Google announced via twitter last Friday that it had rolled out a “minor” update to Panda.
The update was supposed to affect only around one percent of all searches, which is why it was named a “minor” update.
There have been a number of updates in the Google world of SEO since the last major update in September, and Google claims it makes anything up to 500 changes to its search engine algorithms per year.
Google is also becoming reliable at updating us when they do make adjustments to their algorithm.
There do not appear to be any major casualties to this update, however if there are any further developments from Google we will update the SEO world.