Google Finally Rolled Out Panda 4.2 Update, After a Period of 10 Months: For all those people, who were waiting for the Google’s Panda update to roll out, are going to greet the news of Google finally confirming the release date of the update. In fact, according to Google, the update has been released already in this week, on the 18th of July to be exact, but unlike the previous updates, this roll out is happening quite slowly.
Also, according to Google itself, the update is going to take a lot of months to roll out fully and would impact your site slowly. The Panda update algorithm is a site-wide algorithm and some of your pages might not see an immediate change but would be affected by it later on.
Google last updated its Panda Algorithm 10 months ago, on 25th September 2014. Overall, it was the 28th update, but as some fluctuations in the search results were seen in the month of October last year, it could be considered as the 29th or 30th update overall.
Google said this impacted about 2-3% of English language queries. The update is a new start for a lot of webmasters while penalizing many others at the same time.
All those webmasters who were previously penalized by Google Panda update have a chance to redeem their site if they have made the appropriate changes, while at the same time if you were relying on the black hat methods; you won’t see a huge impact on your rankings but would slowly see it declining over time this time around.
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