Hitesh Dhawan May 21, 2013

Google Rolls Out Panda 4.0 Algorithm

Matt Cutts of Google recently took to Twitter to announce that they have released a 4.0 version of the Google Panda algorithm. The Panda algorithm that was initially released in February, 2011 was designed to prevent low-quality and substandard quality from seeping into Google’ top search results.

So though over the course of three years the Panda Algorithm has constantly been updated, the Panda 4.0 has been one of the most major update in the recent time by Google. This update changes the manner in which the algorithm identifies websites in the organic search and it also seems that with this update, Google will be gentler with some sites, especially those that belong to small business.

Though marketers may now want to re-look their website for bad quality content, overused keywords, stray links or any other damaging elements, Google says that such algorithm changes does not affect good quality website. So, the best way to ensure that your website is not affected by Google Algorithm updates is to ensure that only high-quality, genuine and content related to your products and services are published on your website.

In short, if you are not using any unfair techniques to rank your website higher, you have nothing to worry about. All in all, with such updates, Google is sure to ensure that only good and relevant searches reach the customers and that it remains one of the dependable sources of information at all times.

What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?

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Hitesh Dhawan

Founder of Neuronimbus, A digital evangelist, entrepreneur, mentor, digital tranformation expert. Two decades of providing digital solutions to brands around the world.

Google Rolls Out Panda 4.0 Algorithm

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