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Based on user (and webmaster!) feedback, we’ve been able to discover a few more signals to help Panda identify low-quality content more precisely. This results in a greater diversity of high-quality small- and medium-sized sites ranking higher, which is nice.
Depending on the locale, around 3-5% of queries are affected.﻿
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I am sure that there was a substantial update starting Sept 19 to Sept 21.
MozCast and SerpMetrics are seeing the update too.
I can tell that one of my sites went from 43K sessions per day to 55K sessions(this Monday).
Anyone else see an impact?
Actually, I was waiting for more messages from webmasters about the last update (September 19) and how it affected their sites.
I noticed something rolling out starting at Sep 19
The update of the 19th is the single biggest event in our history (13 years trading)
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Got broadsided on August 26 and am hoping for a recovery by the end of next week. If not, I am going to have to leave self-employment and begin filling out job applications again. I'm crossing my fingers...
I had a site hit on aug 26, not sure what caused it yet, too early to be this panda update so likely not panda but something else.
a few more signals to help Panda identify low-quality content more precisely.
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Google said in a post on Google+ that a “slow rollout” began earlier this week and will continue into next week, before being complete. Google said that depending on location, about 3%-to-5% of search queries will be affected.
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