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Matt said that there will be a large Penguin update in 2013 that he thinks will be one of the more talked about Google algorithm updates this year. Google’s search quality team is working on a major update to the Penguin algorithm, which Cutts called very significant. [searchengineland.com...]
he thinks will be one of the more talked about Google algorithm updates this year.
Matt also announced there will be a Panda algorithm update this coming Friday (March 16th) or Monday (March 18th).
sid786I agree with ya.
aristotleOr they should have the disavow links working better and/or correctly.
HuskyPupSooner than later works for me too.
(Q) What is the next big update everyone will be talking about in 2013?
(A) It is weird because we never know what people will complain about... But there is a new Penguin update, big one, coming...
(Q) Duane, do you plan on any penguin/panda updates?
(A) We take a different approach to this. It is less noticeable when we release them because we test them. A diss at Google?
Precise live blog extract from Q & A with Matt Cutts and Duane Forrester of Bing
Maybe the dissavow data will play into this as the viral footprint widens. FUD and panic amongst some webmasters may also play it's part.
I wonder, are Google's developments that obvious to Bing for them to follow suit if they want. And if so, why isn't the webmaster community better able to interpret and anticipate Google's actions for healthier management.
Cutts has had over 10 years to "deal with the spam problem".
He can't screw up the Google search results more than he already has.
[edited by: Andy_Langton at 5:44 pm (utc) on Mar 19, 2013]
[edited by: Leosghost at 7:49 pm (utc) on Mar 19, 2013]
So if you are accusing me of that, you can go to hell because I don't appreciate your underhandedness. ;)