September 21, 2012 – Google has released another minor data refresh, Panda 3.9.2 Update, which impacted less than 0.7 percent of all queries.
This update was officially announced on their twitter account last September 18, saying that “Panda refresh is rolling out – expect some flux over the next few days. Fewer than 0.7% of queries noticeably affected: http://goo.gl/woSU3”.
Since its impact is only less than 0.7% of search queries, this new update is likely just a refresh or a slight adjustment to the more recent Panda Update 3.91. and it’s not Panda 4.0 as what other SEOs and webmasters have anticipated before it is rolled out.
To date, there are now 19 Google Panda updates or refreshes since Google Panda Update 1.0 debuted in February 24, 2011, which also has been recorded with the highest percentage of impacted queries, recording 11.8% of queries impacted.
These series of Panda Updates are aimed by Google to reward what Google has determined to be high-quality websites and penalizing low-quality websites. The most recent Panda refresh (Panda 3.9.1), which was also announced via Twitter, was rolled out last August 20, which noticeably affected “~1% of queries”.
Meanwhile, it was reported recently to expect that Penguin updates are going to undergo more aggressive changes from Google for the remainder of 2012 and moving forward. Expect also that Panda changes will be increasingly become small this year.
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