Fresh Data On My Google Panda 4.2 Recovery

Oct 29, 2015 - 8:43 am 9 by
Filed Under Google Updates

Google Panda Algorithm

Since Google released Panda 4.2 in July, I have been sharing posts over the time period on this site's slow recovery, as well as the bumps along the way. Here is one more of those updates.

In short, I am now seeing a 40%+ uplift in my Google organic traffic on a day-to-day basis relative to before the Panda 4.2 update. My Google Analytics shows this 40% lift clearly. It has been slow, it started out as a 10% uplift, then 20% and so on. I am now over 40% for a typical day.

But let me also share data from various tools.

SearchMetrics reports show I am almost at the same levels as before Panda 4.1 (before my penalty):

Searchmetrics Ser

SEMRush shows the huge increase as well:

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SimilarWeb also shows a nice increase in organic traffic:

Similarweb Ser

For one, these tools do work in tracking competitive data, so that is good.

Also, I can confirm, this slow Panda rollout does seem real and I have data, at least on my single site, to prove it.

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