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Google Algorithm Change History – Moz

http://moz.com/google-algorithm-change
View the complete Google Algorithm Change History as compiled by the staff of
Moz. Includes important updates like Google Panda, Penguin, and more.


Google Panda

Google Panda is a change to Google ‘s search results ranking algorithm that was first released in February 2011. after the Panda rollout,

Google Panda 4.0, Spam Algorithm Released & AdSense NewsGoogle Panda 4.0, Spam Algorithm Released & AdSense News
http://www.SERoundtable.com/ – This week in search, Google released their Panda 4.0 algorithm and it was big. I dig into that topic for a while. Google’s spa…

Google Panda 3.7 Refresh Official
http://www.seroundtable.com/google-panda-3-7-15281.html
Over the weekend there was a large spike in webmaster and SEO chatter at WebmasterWorld around Google's shift in the search results. Here is their tweet from today. FYI Panda data refresh started rolling out on Friday. Less than 1% of queries noticeably affected in the US & 1% worldwide.

google-penguin-google-panda-and-google-algorithms-2013Google Penguin, Google Panda, and Google Algorithms 2013
from bhartzer, 10 months ago in Technology
Bill Hartzer provides a historical view of the Google algorithms most in use today, including Google Panda, Google Penguin, and Google Hummingbird. Learn about these algorithm and filters, and how to recover from Google Penguin and Google Panda if your website was penalized.

Is Panda 4.0 the End of the Press Release? (Spoiler Alert: No)
Business 2 Community, on Wed, 20 Aug 2014 05:56:15 -0700
It seems that Google is doing more than just keeping us on our toes these days. Many of the changes they are making to the algorithm are making it seemingly impossible to climb search rankings (although, there's still no substitute for good old

New Google Panda Update Refresh Suspected …
http://www.webpronews.com/
Google hasn't confirmed that it rolled out a new Panda refresh, but signs point to one hitting on September 5th (Friday), according to Search Engine Roundtable and SEOs. Barry Schwartz points to a post in the Google¬†…