Google is notoriously discreet about any Panda updates and this latest announcement confirms that any future updates will be harder to confirm.
(PRWEB UK) 30 March 2013
Google has said they are unlikely to confirm any current or future Panda updates as they are implementing a new ‘gradual’ rollout infrastructure for future update changes.
Head of Webspam at Google, Matt Cutts, said at SMX West that this update and future updates would no longer be apparent as an abrupt update and that changes would instead roll out over a series of days.
So far, Google has confirmed 24 Panda updates, but has so far failed to confirm the latest assumed update.
Ben Austin, Managing Director at SEO Positive, has responded to the news:
“Google is notoriously discreet about any Panda updates and this latest announcement confirms that any future updates will be harder to confirm. We work hard to comply with Google’s regulations and it is important for an SEO company to conduct their SEO in such a way that updates like this will affect their clients as little as possible.
“Our SEO specialists are constantly monitoring any updates to search engines and developing the best ways to provide successful SEO to businesses.”
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