Google's John Mueller: I Suspect Panda Updates Will Be More Regular & Faster

Jan 13, 2016 - 8:19 am 9 by

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In my effort to try to understand what it means differently now that Panda is part of the core Google algorithm, I keep asking questions. Sometimes those questions may complicate things more and sometimes not, but it is in my nature to ask the questions.

As part of the Google Hangout from yesterday, the one where I covered that Panda scores are not real time, Google's John Mueller said he does believe and "suspect" that the Panda updates will become "more regular and more faster."

He said this about 30.5 minutes into the hangout, where he said:

i mean it's something where we we we try to look at the quality of the website and understand which ones are higher quality, which ones in general are lower quality and take that into account when ranking the site. This is essentially just a way of kind of making that that those updates a little be faster, a little bit more regular.

So I asked to clarify, "So you think it [Panda] will be more regular and more faster?" John responded, "I suspect so. I don’t make any promises."

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