I'll give you a hint, there has been a new update to Panda every month except for this past December, presumably a break for the holidays. What's wrong with this snapshot of the Panda releases during the past year? Panda 1.0 on February 24th 2011 Panda 2.0 in April, 2011 Panda 2.1 in May, 2011 Panda 2.2 in June, 2011 Panda 2.3 in July, 2011 Panda 2.4 in August, 2011 Panda 2.5 in September, 2011 Panda 2.5.1 in October, 2011 Panda 2.5.2 in October, 2011 Panda 2.5.3 in October, 2011 Panda 3.1 in November, 2011 Panda 3.2 in January, 2012 Panda 3.3 in February, 2012 Panda 3.4 in March, 2012 WTF is wrong with Google? Anybody who has been in software development will tell you that you need a little time between releases to the field to actually determine how a release is doing. Google appears to be blindly releasing Panda updates without fully studying what their impact is to SERPs, well at least not the long term impact. It almost looks like Google has a goal to hit, some hidden metric that they measure within a few weeks of the release and if they miss they continue to fiddle with the algorithm by releasing a new update. Is this anyway to run a $200 billion dollar company or is this anyway to treat a customer?