Hey guys, I'd like to see how your sites did with this Panda 4.0 update released in regards to how often you update(d) your content, so please fill in the poll above. In my case I was getting about 650 visits (sessions) per day at the end of April. The, on the 29th of April, it dropped slightly. I was in the around 550s for a bit over 2 weeks after that. Then it dropped again on the 14th and I was around 500s until Sunday. It dropped again on Monday, when I got about 400 visits and about the same on Tuesday. Then it went bananas on Wednesday, when the Panda 4.0 was released. I dropped down to 337, and barely making 300 yesterday. Today it seems it will be high 200s, not even making 300 visits. That's a 50% drop in less then a month. The most interesting thing is that my rankings didn't drop before Wednesday. Unless there are some festivities going on in May in US (most of my traffic decrease was there) that I don't know about, I have no clue why the traffic started decreasing. My theory is that Google already started testing parts of the Panda release. My main keyword then fell from #7 to #13 in the US, and dropped 1-4 places in other countries. With people saying Panda is mostly an on-page or on-site (entire site) update, I think that the thing that got me the most was content freshness. I lastly really updated this site back in September, when I added pretty much all but the main, front page, post to it. The content is highly relevant to my niche all the way and each post is at least 500 words. I did play with some small layout and visual stuff, but the content stayed pretty much the same. I am now pondering a major update. Everything from changing my theme and making my site mobile-friendly to adding new content and adding stuff to all content. But before I do that I'd like to see if there's anything else I should keep in mind while doing my updates. Please fill out the poll and hopefully we'll get enough of a sample that it would be relevant.