Penguin 4.0 Is At Hand, How did You Fare?

As confirmed by Search Engine Land Matt cutts himself, and several of my private sources starting yesterday we have started to see the roll out of Penguin 4.0. For those of us that have been in the game long enough we have been preparing for another inevitable release of the Google animals. I myself have seen nothing but results holding steady or improving because of the ranking methods we use here at Uprising SEO. It’s still a little early to tell where new sites my land as the serps are constantly changing right now, but how have you fared so far? You can check out the entire article from Search Engine Land on the subject below.

Google has confirmed they have released a new algorithm update to their Payday Loan Algorithm update over this weekend.

This algorithm specifically targets “very spammy queries” and is unrelated to the Panda or Penguin algorithms. A Google spokesperson told us:

Over the weekend we began rolling out a new algorithmic update. The update was neither Panda nor Penguin — it was the next generation of an algorithm that originally rolled out last summer for very spammy queries.

This comes with at no surprise to most SEOs and Webmasters who watch the space. There was a tremendous of rumors and signals of a major update over the weekend, intensifying over the past couple days as webmasters began to look at their analytics and the update has continued to roll out through Google.

The original Payday Loan Algorithm launched just about a year ago on June 11, 2013. Back then, Google’s Matt Cutts told us the algorithm impacted roughly 0.3% of the U.S. queries, but Matt said it went as high as 4% for Turkish queries were Web spam is typically higher.

Google told us this specific update is an international rollout and it affects different languages to different degrees, but this impacts English queries by about 0.2% to a noticeable degree. Here is a video back when Matt Cutts of Google announced the update was coming back in 2013:

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Penguin 4.0 Is At Hand, How did You Fare?

As confirmed by Search Engine Land Matt cutts himself, and several of my private sources starting yesterday we have started to see the roll out of Penguin 4.0. For those of us that have been in the game long enough we have been preparing for another inevitable release of the Google animals. I myself have seen nothing but results holding steady or improving because of the ranking methods we use here at Uprising SEO. It’s still a little early to tell where new sites my land as the serps are constantly changing right now, but how have you fared so far? You can check out the entire article from Search Engine Land on the subject below.

Google has confirmed they have released a new algorithm update to their Payday Loan Algorithm update over this weekend.

This algorithm specifically targets “very spammy queries” and is unrelated to the Panda or Penguin algorithms. A Google spokesperson told us:

Over the weekend we began rolling out a new algorithmic update. The update was neither Panda nor Penguin — it was the next generation of an algorithm that originally rolled out last summer for very spammy queries.

This comes with at no surprise to most SEOs and Webmasters who watch the space. There was a tremendous of rumors and signals of a major update over the weekend, intensifying over the past couple days as webmasters began to look at their analytics and the update has continued to roll out through Google.

The original Payday Loan Algorithm launched just about a year ago on June 11, 2013. Back then, Google’s Matt Cutts told us the algorithm impacted roughly 0.3% of the U.S. queries, but Matt said it went as high as 4% for Turkish queries were Web spam is typically higher.

Google told us this specific update is an international rollout and it affects different languages to different degrees, but this impacts English queries by about 0.2% to a noticeable degree. Here is a video back when Matt Cutts of Google announced the update was coming back in 2013:

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