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Google Panda No. 21 - A Refresh
Written by Mike Clarke
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 15:18

panda refresh 21Google has confirmed that an refresh of Panda was rolled out on Monday, November 5, 2012. This is it's 21st incarnation since its release in February 2011.

Worldwide, this is expected to affect about 0.4% of regular queries, and a few more in the US in English, at around 1.1%.

For a look at previous Panda updates, and how they affected queries, check the Dojo's Google Updates Page.

If you think you've been affected by this refresh, for better or for worse, let us know in the comments.


 

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0 #1 دوربین مدار بسته 2014-06-26 07:59
Great post! Useful to have an 'at a glance' type post informing us on the latest relevant news for sure!
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0 #2 نمای کامپوزیت 2014-06-28 06:08
Like they want to get every last nickle they can, by screwing people over. Don't know how that's a formula for success or long term mutual benefit ... Just the reality though.

Any data google provides, that stands to make google money. I automatically assume is skewed in their favor. Them or anyone else who stands to profit from playing with the numbers.

Since Im a newb, trying to get started on a shoestring budget ... Means I have to work a lot harder to get quality metrics.

But Im willing to do the work to avoid the pitfalls. Will let the lazy/dull newbs walk into the traps, not be one of them. If I can help it.

Seasoned people, like the one's who gather here aren't fools though. You guys all know data is questionable. My take on it is turning to as many reasonably reputable sources of info and avging out the differences.
Think the only way someone is going to know what's accurate ( works and doesn't) Is their experience and in my case I won't know until I acid test and actually give things a try in real life testing.
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0 #3 کرکره برقی 2014-06-29 12:10
I like your whole discussion. Keep it up.
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