So the reign of Google’s deadly Panda updates continue to improve and at the same time destroy websites all over the world. This time, it’s the Google Panda 3.9 update rolled out by Google yesterday. The Google Panda 3.9 has been confirmed by none other than Google itself via its Twitter account recently. Also, Google Panda 3.9 is expected to alter around ~1% of search queries across US and other parts of the world. There’s more to it, right after the jump!
Google Panda 3.9 update comes out right one month after Google’s Panda Update 3.8 which was rolled out on June 25 ‘2012. The updates first rolled out in February ‘2011 altered almost ~11.5% of the search queries all over the world. Now we know that these updates do not know termination point, and Google Panda 3.9 is a good example of it. The decimal number 3.9 is of course coming to an end, so what next can be expected from the search engine giant, Google! In case you are a victim of Google Panda 3.9, or any other Panda update in the past, you can refer to our Google Panda recovery guide.
Google Panda 3.9 was rolled out at around 7PM EDT on July 24’2012, and is perhaps the latest refresh update to Google Panda. Earlier this week, Google had rolled out a major Panda Update for Japan and Korea, affecting around 5% of the search queries all over Japan and Korea.
It’s been a while when we last heard of Google’s Penguin Updates, and the next installment to Penguin Updates can be expected anytime starting today! Google Panda 3.9 hasn’t affected much of the websites across the world, and that is probably why there a lesser number of complaints in Google forums from webmasters all over the world. Here we have a history of Google Panda Updates occurring over the last 1.5 years or so:
Google Panda 3.9 And Previous Updates:
Google Panda 1.0 -February 24 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.0- April 11 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.1- May 9 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.2- June 18 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.3- July 22 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.4- Somewhere in August ‘2011
Google Panda 2.5- September 28 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.5.1- October 9 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.5.2- October 13 ‘2011
Google Panda 2.5.3-October 19/20 ‘2011
Google Panda 3.1- November 18 ‘2011
Google Panda 3.2-January 15 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.3-February 26 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.4- March 23 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.5-April 19 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.6-April 26 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.7-June 9 ‘2012
Google Panda 3.8-June 25 ‘2012
Google continues to introduce similar updates throughout the year, and though these are rolled out for the betterment of search experience, the world has seen 3% rise in un-employment rate which has been caused due to these algorithm changes like the Google Panda 3.9 update!
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