Google’s Matt Cutts revealed in his tweet that the new Google’s update Panda 4.0 has been released. This time the update hits the poor quality content that are getting ranked higher in Google’s search results.
This is a bigger update for all those bloggers who don’t focus to put good quality content and still using spam tricks to rank higher in Google’s search results. The experts considering it’s a major update as google has refreshed all of their algorithm and made several changes to identify the sites. This Google update effects different languages from different views.
There are several famous websites have lost their organic traffic that means that a large number of low quality content and spam websites are facing the problems. Here are four major sites’ views about this recently launched Google update.
Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Land reported a list of low quality websites that are not getting much more traffic after Google Panda 4.0 update. The report shows that ebay is one of the biggest loser who have lost a huge number of daily traffic from Google. Ask.com and biography.com have also been affected by this recent update.
Jennifer Slegg of Search Engine Watch reports on Panda 4.0 Google’s new update which hits the Google search results. According to Jennifer the purpose of the new Google Panda algorithm is to boost the good quality content in order to provide the best results to their users. This update also targets the scraper sites having low quality content.
James Brockban shard on Search Engine Journal shared the news initially about Panda 4.0 and Panda Payday Loan 2.0, he reported in the blog post the Payday Loan 2.0 was initially shared by SEJ and later tweeted by Matt Cuts. According to SEJ report the recent Panda 4.0 update is little bit soft and more generous as compared to the previously released updates. The Payday Loan 2.0 update prevents you from low quality websites when you search in Google.
According to Dr. Peter J. Meyers from Moz Panda 4.0 is a major update as compared to Payday Loan 2.0, as Matt Cuts tweets about this update initially then tweeted about Payday 2.0. Moz reported Payday hits spammy verticals and Panda 4.0 punched the low quality content website through their search results.