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Next Generation Of The Penguin Update “Few Weeks” Away

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by danailo, May 11, 2013.

  1. danailo

    danailo Senior Member

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    In March, Google?s chief web spam fighter Matt Cutts promised that the Penguin Update designed to fight spam would get a big refresh later this year. Today, Cutts gave an update ? keep waiting. It?s still a few weeks off. Along the way, there?s some confusion about whether the next Penguin Update will be Penguin 2 or Penguin 4. It?ll be Penguin 4, in how we reckon things. Let?s dive in.
    This Week Wasn?t Penguin

    Publishers have already been wondering if a change in rankings that many have noticed this week was some type of Google update. Google won?t say what, if anything happened.
    However, Cutts has ruled out that it was the significant Penguin Update he warned in March would be coming. He tweeted:
    He went on to say that the next Penguin Update is a few weeks out:

    Matt Cutts ✔@mattcutts
    @mrjamiedoddwe do expect to roll out Penguin 2.0 (next generation of Penguin) sometime in the next few weeks though.

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  2. manny2513

    manny2513 Junior Member

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    I am not worried about the Penguin but is the Panda the one that worries me.

    For the looks of it the New Panda will target link networks like SAPE so far is all speculation so I guess we will see once it rolls out.

    I am sure that if they do target SAPE this forum will be flooded with threads about it.
     
  3. rasmusk

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    They can't really just target SAPE. I guess they could devalue links in footer etc and hit those sites which mainly rank on SAPE.
     
  4. danailo

    danailo Senior Member

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    They aren't but after so much abuse the value of footer links is devalued.