Google Algorithm & Ranking Shifts On Fire This Month

May 19, 2014 • 8:56 am | comments (131) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

Google Update On FireDespite Google saying nothing is going on, we've been seeing signs of major changes and reports of major changes in the Google search results and rankings.

Again, over the weekend, I've been getting private emails with tons of public chatter in the WebmasterWorld and even BlackHatWorld forums about Google making a lot of changes over the weekend.

Some are suspecting a massive Penguin update is about to hit, while others think it might be a Panda refresh and others think it is just Google's normal actions on link networks. It is almost impossible to tell without a confirmation from Google, for all we know, it can be all three or more.

Even the tracking tools are all over the place, it seems like it even broke MozCast, SERPS.com shows major activity on Saturday, so does SERP Metrics and Algoroo.

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Here are some recent chatter comments from the forums:

Regardless of the weather anywhere overall my lowest-ever page views at 45.7% of 2014 average with the UK at 37.4% however fortunately not as bad as Friday at 26.5%, what a mess.

i did a small analysis.. i used two of my sites and ranked purely with GSA and 10 articles scraped and smashed one was used. it got hit.

for my one another site i used 5 unique articles, spun with wordai, smashed as 1 articles with GSA.. it got hit but only 4-9 position drops.. not like first one..

so its getting clear that its penguin 3.0

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld and BlackHatWorld.

Update: On May 20th we got confirmation from Google that this was an update to the Google Spam algorithm. And Google has also released a major update to the Panda algorithm today, which began rolling out today, May 20th.

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Comments:

RHWeb

05/19/2014 01:21 pm

Saturday was the worst traffic I ever had... Something huge is happening

Michael Korolishin

05/19/2014 02:25 pm

Have sites jumping down and then up and then down again over the past few days.. That bit about the site using scraped v. WordAI spun articles is definitely interesting, though.

Brett

05/19/2014 02:30 pm

def a huge update .. i had a lot of movement (mostly positive thank god) for a bunch of my sites ... I'm seeing more double ranking popping up now and also "bigger" sites like about.com come back into the top 10 after being gone for a while for certain keywords which leads me to believe it's favoring bigger sites.

Adithya

05/19/2014 02:39 pm

can any one tell me the Difference between rel="canonical" and rel="prev" , rel="next"....Thanks

L.page

05/19/2014 03:16 pm

the scheduled update should be dropping on thurs

Abhay

05/19/2014 03:18 pm

I have seen ranking fluctuations in my websites as well. Finance niche has been affected for sure. I think a big Penguin update is under us as it is big time due. Last update as on 4th October 2013 , as i remember.

bye-bye-evil-one

05/19/2014 03:18 pm

Google have just realized what a stupid decision it was to try to have more transparency and are now reeling that back. When a company means to do harm rather than good, being transparent does not work. This is why there is no sight of a penguin refresh. They most likely just rolled that in with everything else and all these bouncing around signals are probably due to several factors. 1. People nofollowing links en masse. This will and is destroying link profiles good and bad. It is natural that any hint of bad ranking will produce the knee jerk reaction to nofollow all off site links. 2. Penguin being rolled in to main algos. The volatility from now on will be self perpetuating. As sites start to bounce about more and more, then more and more sites will nofollow their outgoing links... and so it will get worse and worse... This total mess with nofollow links is going to really damage google. I hope it kills them as they deserve it.

Linda

05/19/2014 03:35 pm

Barry, there are many, more informative comments in the Webmasterworld thread than the two you quoted in this article.

Barry Schwartz

05/19/2014 03:46 pm

Sorry. Rough day.

auntyseo

05/19/2014 04:26 pm

rel="canonical" means the "rule" More: The word “canon” comes from the rule of law that was used to determine if something is measured up to a standard. It is important to note that the writings of Google were canonical at the moment they were written. rel="prev" means see "previous page" if it makes sense otherwise ignore. rel="prev" means see "next page" if it makes sense otherwise ignore. Does that make sense to you Adithya?

BrianHarnish

05/19/2014 04:35 pm

If this is a major Google algorithm update, I would imagine that we will see some official announcement from Matt Cutts at SMX Advanced in early June if we don't see anything beforehand.

wertwert

05/19/2014 04:46 pm

Just checked rankings... 10% of pages moved ~1 place split about evenly between up and down... net effect no real change in rankings. (spans 15 retail websites, 250K pages, Page Rank 5-8)

Marie Haynes

05/19/2014 05:07 pm

I haven't seen much happen in the Penguin hit sites that I monitor. But, it's possible that Google has been running tests and not releasing the results across all of the SERPS. The only significant increase that I saw over the weekend was for a site that definitely doesn't have Penguin issues but flirts on the border of Panda. Could it possibly be a Panda refresh?

Przemek

05/19/2014 05:10 pm

In Poland also seen turmoil :-)

Adithya

05/19/2014 05:33 pm

Oops...Still Confusing,, Can you explain in detail with Examples... Any Dynamic Website Url;s

Hugh

05/19/2014 05:45 pm

Hello Marie, approximately how many Penguin-hit websites do you monitor? I'm sure a lot of webmasters are patiently awaiting the next iteration of Penguin, and I for one would appreciate it happening sooner than later :). I seem to remember you saying at one point something to the effect that most websites who are sincerely trying to recover, and are going about SEO the right way after a penalty, do have a chance at "recovery" (a new chance at ranking well in Google, not necessarily being restored to where they ranked previously). Have you seen any websites of webmasters that you have worked with that have been hit by Penguin and are now approaching SEO in the proper Google-sanctioned way get any type of lift after a re-run of Penguin (any of the Penguin updates)?

Marie Haynes

05/19/2014 05:58 pm

Hi Hugh. I primarily do work with sites with unnatural link issues, both manual penalties and algorithmic things like Penguin. So, the majority of my clients are desperately waiting for the next Penguin refresh. I have seen sites recover from Penguin but they really do have to have a good quality site and the ability to attract truly natural links. Quite often the only reason why a site was ranking previously was because of links that are now considered unnatural. So, in those cases, doing a cleanup isn't going to make a huge difference. In most cases when a site makes a Penguin "recovery", they don't bounce back to top rankings again, but they should see an improvement and be able to grow from there. The problem is that doing "Google-sanctioned" SEO tends to produce much slower results than what spamming used to produce. With that being said, I have seen a couple of clients who escaped Penguin and actually did BETTER than before they were hit. These were large brands that had excellent sites that really could attract links on their own, but previous SEOs did some spammy link building on top of those natural links. While the sites were under the effects of Penguin there was zero growth in traffic. But, when Penguin refreshed in October 2013, these sites finally saw the benefit of the natural links that they had accumulated while dampened by Penguin.

RHWeb

05/19/2014 06:07 pm

my site recovered ranking in some keywords but the traffic does not follow.. It looks like both of Panda and Penguin

Hugh

05/19/2014 06:15 pm

Thank you, Marie, for taking your time to respond to my query. I value your input. It's interesting to me that these websites that you mention that did better than before they were hit didn't see the benefit of the natural links accumulated until the October 2013 update. It seems like that update was one that did start allowing "recoveries" as far as my research goes into the matter. And if that is the case, I've got to believe that there will be more "recoveries" for websites who have been able to attract natural links with the upcoming Penguin update. We can sure hope :). Thanks again, Marie!

Marie Haynes

05/19/2014 06:16 pm

You're right! I didn't see many recoveries at all until the October 2013 update. Hopefully Google will allow more sites to reap the benefit of hard link removal work with the next update!

Simon

05/19/2014 06:24 pm

What types of sites are you seeing fluctuation in? None of my clients have real volatility this month.

James

05/19/2014 07:54 pm

cruel

nicole

05/19/2014 07:58 pm

I only have real volatility in sites that were badly hit by an algo before. I think it was Panda since I have never done any link building before so it doesn't make sense that I recovered from Penguin since I don't think I was hit by it.

Brett

05/19/2014 08:12 pm

i know for a fact there was a shake up for "mesothelioma" but that is a manually reviewed keyword .. so take that for what it's worth

Kyle Alm

05/19/2014 08:42 pm

YAWN, and I was having such a great Monday too. Oh well, my site hasn't been impacted and my clients haven't noticed, it's late lunch time now.

Craig Hamilton-Parker

05/19/2014 09:01 pm

I've seen a bit of a recovery on my .co.uk site on my American listings but no movement on google.co.uk. I believe my site is weighted by Panda.

Stewart.T

05/19/2014 09:10 pm

yes irrelevant.

Romio Abboud

05/19/2014 10:36 pm

My traffic felt by 90% :S

busybeeblogger

05/19/2014 10:36 pm

oh i'm glad it wasn't just me!

josh817

05/19/2014 11:35 pm

The it's unfortunate that you wasted your time reading the article, and commenting. Others found it useful and have noticed changes. Enjoy your lunch.

Tian_Mian

05/19/2014 11:42 pm

Whatever. On May 23th is big bang time.

Kyle Alm

05/19/2014 11:45 pm

This article was far from a waste of time, I truly enjoyed it. Almost as much as lunch, and not nearly as much as when I found out my site traffic had been more or less unaffected.

Nigel_Lew

05/20/2014 12:19 am

I am not a fan of patting myself on the head by any stretch of the imagination but I operate out of the following assertion "It is google job to return the most relevant result for X query. So in order rank well, You have to make the site actually relevant" Am I missing something? Since the Florida update of 90 whatever none of my clients stuff has not moved, ever, literally. It would be entirely narcissistic of me to assume that I know everything. I am just a tad stumped here and am led to believe that you kids just try to game the serps. I know this is not accurate so, I am trying to flesh out the disconnect. I have stuff ranked #1 with like 8 backlinks on some pretty hectic terms. I am responsible for like 8 backlinks on some stuff yet the comp has about 10,00 of them. I should note that I largely do brand based work so backlink footprints are fairly important to me but I simply don't get the furor here. If your stuff is fluctuating like crazy you are doing shit wrong.

Durant Imboden

05/20/2014 01:11 am

Our Google referrals have been up about 30 percent (week over week) for the last several days. Most of the landing-page traffic increases (several hundred percent, in a few cases) have been on evergreen pages that have done well in Google and Bing for years. In other words, we're seeing "same old, same old, only more."

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:07 am

oh, do tell more!

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:31 am

Clearly you are doing something wrong. However, if you lost 90% of your website's traffic I doubt you'd be wasting your time posting here.

Romio Abboud

05/20/2014 03:34 am

Honestly I feel that I just gave up... I cannot promote my site anymore.

Mike

05/20/2014 05:35 am

I have over a half dozen sites and ALL of them have been going through major traffic changes over the past two weeks, with another notable change over the weekend and into Monday. Fortunately, they are all in the upward direction. It's important to note that I have never spent a dime on link building. I always allow links to grow naturally. Been waiting for my reward for a while now. Really hope this is it.

Soni Sharma

05/20/2014 06:19 am

Major shifts noted this week in ranking and traffic. That's true but I doubt it is penguin, it may be algorithm refresh. :) Barry knows it better...

Krishna Kumar

05/20/2014 06:31 am

I also experienced a huge drop in my traffic on Friday & Saturday.

Adam

05/20/2014 06:32 am

Main site that's been ranking #1 for all it's major terms for 3 straight years saw a -3 to -5 drop across the board on Friday. Fixed a few on-page things that I knew weren't doing it any favors seo-wise (over-monetization, ads above fold), and completely recovered earlier today. Not sure if related to this latest update, so take that for what it's worth.

Mike Swan

05/20/2014 07:30 am

"Not promoting site anymore" is not the solutions, Try to remove unwanted backlinks pointing to your sites if you found any.

qweqw

05/20/2014 08:55 am

unrelated to your changes as everyone seems to be recovering. They are 100 percent testing something most likely penguin which will be announced Friday...

rwerwe

05/20/2014 08:56 am

i hope you get hit by penguin your arrogance deserves nothing less.

fred333

05/20/2014 10:10 am

My Traffic is up 50% today! first change of this size for 2 years

StevenLockey

05/20/2014 10:33 am

Every time this happens, I notice a load of spammy results float up to the top, then disappear again. I'm wondering if they are just tinkering with the filters rather than a full blown algorithm change. One site in particular always loses it's front page position for it's main (very competitive, very generic) keyword and gets replaced with far lower quality sites, then over the next week afterwards, it floats back up to it's normal #2-3 position. Very strange indeed!

Dan Richardson

05/20/2014 11:20 am

mine too, sweet!

newyorker_1

05/20/2014 11:32 am

same here, traffic is up 30%, zero $$$ spent on link building. This looks like reversal to rankings before carnage that happened at the end of 2012 and into 2013.

chesso

05/20/2014 11:43 am

Is thay money what is boiling in that pot?

newyorker_1

05/20/2014 11:47 am

could this be "softer" Panda Matt Cutts was talking about recently, as many sites are recovering?

Ben Guest

05/20/2014 12:02 pm

Year over year?

Ben Guest

05/20/2014 12:05 pm

Same here. We don't "link build" either. This first part of May compared to last year is up over 70% for one of our sites. Just keep hanging onto that white hat my friend. ;-)

Ben Guest

05/20/2014 12:07 pm

Not even increases?! Want me to take over?

Rohit Jain

05/20/2014 12:18 pm

I am seeing lot of rank changes in for one of our clients and ranks are changing in hours.

James

05/20/2014 01:03 pm

He's decided May 23th (sic) will be the next Penguin update. He has no evidence of course, he has based this prediction on the last Penguin updates being May 2012 and May 2013. Anyway, the first Penguin update was in April 2012 not May, but as his prediction is just the result of paranioa and Google-hate, it hardly matters that he gots his facts wrong.

Dave

05/20/2014 01:21 pm

One of my sites is bouncing all over the place, it has been relatively stable the last 2 years but over the last few days it's been up and down on the rankings. Not sure if it is panda or penguin or they are just doing some test. However what I'm seeing is a spam/doorway pages rank in the top 10/20 results

majasowak

05/20/2014 01:28 pm

Well I didn't noticed any changes for my sites, is that good ? XP

Dave

05/20/2014 01:41 pm

If they're testing some new update it could only affect a some percentages of search results/ sites

caoa

05/20/2014 02:01 pm

I am seeing these is some changes this week, but today - 20/05/14 -- there is huge changes my 1 website rank number 4 - gone to 22 and my 3 website 14 to number - 8,9,10 and still can't say-- what will happen today-- hoping for the best-- and i am 100% sure it is penguin update.

James

05/20/2014 02:11 pm

Matt Cutts already said that he is going to make some changes in near future which would help small sites gain higher ranking. And it's true !!! One of my site is getting double traffic from few days back and ranking is increasing every day.

PM Fiorini

05/20/2014 02:14 pm

Could it be that people are planning for their vacations? I would compare YTY traffic.

Matt_cut_my_site

05/20/2014 02:28 pm

This doesn't lie now , it's a google update and i am seeing my graph going down in every few hours. Not a good sign :)

Matt_cut_my_site

05/20/2014 02:29 pm

:(

BG

05/20/2014 02:32 pm

This update feels different than past Penguin and Panda updates from what I am seeing. Admittedly this is just an observation based on a small sample size but the biggest correlation I am noticing with the changes is content sentiment. I'm starting to wonder if we are seeing some of the first major natural language and sentiment analysis updates since moving to hummingbird. The fact that Google is saying this isn't an update would also suggest it could be something new/different.

Paul

05/20/2014 02:33 pm

I got hit this morning from about 7am UK time, steadily dropped between 1 and 6 spots for a lot of my main keywords. Hoping a return tomorrow but god knows, fingers crossed

Durant Imboden

05/20/2014 02:56 pm

People have been planning their vacations for some time. (May and August are usually our peak months and have been since the 1990s.) I'm not one of those people who cries "Update!" every time i see an upward or downward tick in my stats,but something does seem to be going on, at least in my niche. Google search traffic is up sharply, while other sources are mostly unchanged. Another interesting thing is that traffic from some countries is up much, much more than traffic from others (again, outside normal patterns). This suggests to me that, if an update IS going on, it's either being tested or has yet to roll out fully--at least in my niche.

Dr. Pete

05/20/2014 03:16 pm

We're seeing a huge spike on MozCast yesterday (98 degrees), after historic lows. General apology - the graph bottoms out at 40 degrees, so those days in the high 30s are getting cut off.

Barry Schwartz

05/20/2014 03:17 pm

yep, not surprised.

Brannon Brooks

05/20/2014 03:20 pm

Thanks for the details! That is really good to know...

Rustin

05/20/2014 03:21 pm

I am losing about 50% of traffic in one day. Hopeless.

ricky

05/20/2014 03:24 pm

Barry you think this is penguin. I am willing to put a large bet on that this is the coming of penguin this friday...

Rustin

05/20/2014 03:25 pm

The same to you.

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:27 pm

Is this not rolled out in the US yet?

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:28 pm

I bet it's the Authoriship update.

Mike

05/20/2014 03:31 pm

Do you actively link build?

Mike

05/20/2014 03:34 pm

One of my sites has seen a 700% increase without authorship installed and very little social involvement. It's a site I've pretty much given up on. No new content in almost one year. ...Very strange indeed. My educated guess is this is link related (penguin or a new animal all together).

F1 Steve

05/20/2014 03:34 pm

why do you think its Penguin is coming when the update has already happened? This update was already huge!

Mike

05/20/2014 03:40 pm

I have 6 websites in 6 different niche topics and all of them have seen huge upward movements after being stagnant for the past year. One of my sites has seen a 2,000% increase in UK traffic. That started 2 weeks ago. Definitely something going on.

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:49 pm

Barry will no doubt come up with an animal name in 3, 2, 1!

Michael Ehline, Esq.

05/20/2014 03:49 pm

I will bet money it is Penguin. My ranks jumped to almost their pre April 2012 slots by doing what Eric Enge said to do.

Jamo

05/20/2014 03:55 pm

Advertisement!

Soni Sharma

05/20/2014 03:55 pm

SERPs are changing every half an hour... Only Google knows what is happening.

paul

05/20/2014 04:06 pm

Dont know, im UK based and it seems to be rolling further, more keywords dropping through the day, all page one, and nothing really major, but enough to dramatically impact traffic

google_monkey_update

05/20/2014 04:16 pm

It's the google monkey algorithm update as because i am seeing them jump from one page to another in a couple of hrs!

Jamo

05/20/2014 04:24 pm

Spider Monkey, yep that's the ticket! I'm declaring this update Spider Monkey 1.0.

asefati

05/20/2014 04:28 pm

I see some EMD changes...anyone else?

abu-maram

05/20/2014 04:37 pm

http://pagearabia.co/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/seoserpandalgorandmozcast.jpg

Ricky

05/20/2014 04:40 pm

Because penguin will be announced look at this time last year same thing was happening before penguin hit...

Ricky

05/20/2014 04:41 pm

Seo with link building what is that?

wertwert

05/20/2014 04:48 pm

Across 15 retail websites, 250K pages, PR 5-8 ... 5% of pages up ~1 place on avg. today. I call this kind of rank activity unremarkable or typical.

Durant Imboden

05/20/2014 04:55 pm

I'm seeing a slight uptick in the U.S. for our site, but the biggest gains so far are in Australia and Europe.

CaptainKevin

05/20/2014 05:55 pm

Whatever update this may be it has produced zombie traffic. Google giving us traffic for the wrong keywords and sending all buyers to Amazon? Serps are still churning, but I don't like the kind of traffic they are sending us - quantity of visitors does not matter but quality.

Snuggie Dog Bed

05/20/2014 06:41 pm

Are we taking bets when the big one drops? I'm guessing around friday at 2pm ... When everyone comes back to work on tuesday, life will be normal again. Or penguin 3 normal.

Mike

05/20/2014 06:43 pm

People are calling it the honey badger update.

David Hoegerman

05/20/2014 07:41 pm

Same for EMD on a site which took a hit 4/6/2013

kuniusreviews

05/20/2014 08:25 pm

Some of my rankings have been receiving numerous non related keyword traffic. Hope this get sorted out and decent traffic becomes a bit more stable in the weeks to come.

kuniusreviews

05/20/2014 08:25 pm

Same here on one of my sites.

Gimel

05/20/2014 09:24 pm

I feel like jumping off a bridge... I wonder how many other decent webmasters trying to recover from Google updates are feel like bridge jumpers today... Two years of trying to remove and disavow links that could have just been ignored.... Not much left for me I hope G is happy with their billions... And, Durant you really stink! A pack of wolves should eat you slowly over a few days while you freeze.

Mili Laday

05/20/2014 09:25 pm

Its time again, Matt's wife has demanded something and he's tweaking the codes to get money from paid ads. All the best Matt! Google is one of the worst product ever made, don't mind though.

Steve Bain

05/20/2014 09:40 pm

I've been watching this all day now, my traffic has been up sharply each and every hour, so if the rankings have been jumping around, they've done so for me in a way that has consistently delivered good results. Overall I'm up around 250%. I was hit quite hard by the first penguin, but have worked hard to remove spam links over the last year. Hopefully I'm seeing the results of that work now... but i'll be watching closely over the next few weeks to see if it all turns south. You never can tell, could be that this is a wave that has built up and is about to come crashing down, or it could be that today's upturn is permanent. I did notice steadily deteriorating traffic in the few weeks running up to today, so maybe the last few weeks were the test period and today's upturn is the real deal... but If that's the case, why aren't Google confirming it???

Jamo

05/20/2014 10:11 pm

Google doesn't want to confirm algo updates. My guess is they will announce it in the next day or two. They don't want people finding the patterns in their updates.

Keith

05/20/2014 10:20 pm

Something is definitely going on. I started a site 1 & a bit years ago focusing purely on putting quality content together. I'd been stung heavily in the past. The new site saw incredible growth, I was stunned. However, the last few days has seen it drop like a stone and be removed from the rankings. There were no dodgy links this time, all by the book stuff but I've been put out of business for trying to do it the right way this time!

Barry Schwartz

05/20/2014 11:11 pm

Update: On May 20th we got confirmation from Google that this was an update to the Google Spam algorithm from last year. I'll have more details tomorrow.

Jamo

05/20/2014 11:33 pm

Well, Chicken Little Spammer was right, they were coming for your rankings!

Barry Schwartz

05/20/2014 11:52 pm

And Panda 4.0 just starting rolling out. So Spam Algo started over weekend and Panda today. More details tomorrow.

Dave

05/21/2014 12:57 am

If your site drops in ranking how do you know which one you got hit by?

lzr0

05/21/2014 01:26 am

I think it can be a "softer" Panda. On several sites I got back the rankings I lost last year.

Tian_Mian

05/21/2014 02:08 am

Dumb-ass, an initial release isn't an update and all major Penguin updates happened the week before Memorial Day. With Panda 4.0 and Payday Loan 2.0 Google has already started a very strong pre-Memorial Day update week... as usual... idiot.

Gaurav Srivastava

05/21/2014 05:40 am

Google is rolling out Panda: https://twitter.com/mattcutts/status/468891756982185985

Priya Tyagi

05/21/2014 05:49 am

yaa its true matt cutts is going to make changes in coming days soon .So we are also changing our seo technique so if you want seo services from us then pls contact on our skype seoleader..thankss

karma

05/21/2014 06:34 am

We have noticed a confirmed impact on some of our website rankings , it directly fluctuated our local search results . See more - ​goo.gl/xgWOF5

Kristina Roy

05/21/2014 07:09 am

I don’t know what will change in our website’s SERP. In my opinion we should wait and watch, what will Google campus take decision for Google algorithm & SERP. Thanks to share this information with us.

Salman Shaikh

05/21/2014 07:32 am

There is a classified site named gumtree has got 6 PR from 3 PR.

the alive network

05/21/2014 07:43 am

wrong

Alex

05/21/2014 08:11 am

last PR update was Dec 2013

Harshilbarot

05/21/2014 08:27 am

Great New :) Hope Google Launch This time Stringly algorithm: http://goo.gl/svCSsx

Rahul

05/21/2014 11:23 am

I saw some fluctuation and noticed impact in mozcast.com. So i got the point that something big is coming on and today i read the post that Panda 4.0 is rolling out. Panda is always concern with content. So this update impact negative on those sites who are not refreshing their content on regular time and for those whose content is not giving any value to their readers.

Chetan Patel

05/21/2014 11:34 am

Yes Rahul. I can see that graph. It is too high. It is something bigger.

manan rana

05/21/2014 11:35 am

Thanks Rahul for giving such useful information about google Panda 4.0. I didnt know what was the targeted action of Panda before landing on this post.

Rony

05/21/2014 11:35 am

The fluctuation is too high.This time update will flush so many websites...

vimlesh

05/21/2014 12:01 pm

This is truly a great post. Thanks for sharing such important information. Hope these tips help me too.

Lenny Raha

05/21/2014 01:24 pm

wow, ALHAMDULILLAH, it's amazing, my SERPs goin' up again

Prasetio Budi Guno

05/21/2014 03:01 pm

Serp oh sero panda 4.0 www.beritakapan.com

Kyle Alm

05/21/2014 03:19 pm

Pay sucks and the boss is a jerk, but it is still your opportunity if you want it.

panda_made_me_sleepless

05/21/2014 04:11 pm

Seeing this panda update i am getting reminded about harry potter movie where dementor comes and takes away all the happiness , the were also described as demons not able to distinct much between good and bad , they take away all if you come their way .. Funny but i am relating to :p

Elazar Gilad

05/21/2014 06:29 pm

Today we all know it was panda. do you know any site that got crashed?

Someyunguy

05/22/2014 01:45 am

It's all about content, right? What do you do when you are running a dating site where all of the new CONTENT is Name, location and a quick canned description? What then Google, am I not providing a service?

Nunyer Business

05/22/2014 07:01 pm

Man, I have a great site with all original, highly researched content that was driven lower by Panda to the tune of 50%, most of which I was never able to make up. However, on Tuesday, traffic jumped by 20 -30%. I think that they have corrected the punishing Panda algorhythm that hurt so many good sites. I hope this stays this way. I'm on page one for several different pages now! Wuhoo: Kerri Knox, RN http://www.easy-immune-health.com/

Mike Andria

05/28/2014 12:36 am

Nope for me it's still real bad ... Like super bad And I got original content, like super white hat SEO (actually before all this, I didn't even know about black hat techniques) It's like so annoying. Here's my website, if someone could maybe see something I didn't (for the panda related problems I might have maybe) http://www.abordeunefille.com

Mike Andria

05/28/2014 12:38 am

Mine . And still didn't recover 70% loss

Guy

06/10/2014 06:33 pm

Seems Eric Enge was wrong.

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