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Google Penguin is a codename for a Google algorithm update that was first
announced on April 24, 2012. The update is aimed at decreasing search engine
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Google penguin updates past, present and future
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In April 2012, Google launched Penguin algorithm update – aimed at decreasing the rankings of websites that manipulated the number of backlinks pointing to them. This update, had a huge impact, changing the Internet we used to know for good.
Google: Penguin Update Will Still Happen In 2015
Search Engine Roundtable, on Thu, 29 Oct 2015 04:37:30 -0700
SEOs and Webmasters are getting restless, it has been over a year since the last official Penguin update, which was Penguin 3.0. After hearing the news that we still have time to clean our links for Penguin, webmasters wondered if we are still far away …
SearchCap: Google Penguin, Mobile Redirects & SEO …
From Search Engine Land: Google: Next Penguin Update Should Happen By End Of 2015. Oct 29, 2015 by Barry Schwartz. Google's new real-time Penguin algorithm, version 4.0, will likely be released by the end of this year.