Tuesday, October 8, 2013

The Penguin 2.1 Spam-Filtering Algorithm, Penguin 5 Is Now Live

Google Update 4-Oct-13: Google Penguin 2.1 Was A Big Hit

Late Friday afternoon, Google's Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that they dispersed Penguin 2.1. In short, Matt Cutts, Google's head of search spam, affecting about 1% of search queries it said. Many webmasters like many were affected by this update from Friday quick post comments on our webmaster and SEO communities and given hundreds of threads out there looking at it.

 Google's "Penguin" confirmed the release of the fifth of the algorithm is to keep fighting spam. That is why, according to our calculations, it makes Penguin 5. But the Penguin Update Google's "Penguin 2" second-generation technology using a slightly improved version, since Google is calling it "Penguin 2.1." Do not worry. We number the fuck down, as I'll explain what this entire means for publishers.

New Version Of Penguin Live Today

Google webspam team, Matt, the latest major release will impact about 1 percent of all searches, shared the news on Twitter saying:
Penguin 2.1 launching today. Affects ~1% of searches to a noticeable degree. More info on Penguin:

Previous Updates

Here are all the confirmed releases of Penguin to date:
·         Penguin 1 on April 24, 2012 (impacting around 3.1% of queries)
·         Penguin 2 on May 26, 2012 (impacting less than 0.1%)
·         Penguin 3 on October 5, 2012 (impacting around 0.3% of queries)
·         Penguin 4 (AKA Penguin 2.0) on May 22, 2013 (impacting 2.3% of queries)
·         Penguin 5 (AKA Penguin 2.1) on Oct. 4, 2013 (impacting around 1% of queries)

Why Penguin 2.1 AND Penguin 5?

Google Penguin 2.1 is calling us to do something that hurts your head in terms Penguins 5 talk about, even if it hurts us, we believe. But if you can pin the blame back on Google. Here is why.

Its low quality content designed to fight Google " Panda " algorithm has started to release , it is simply called a " Panda . " Then another came out , people referred to as the " Panda 2 . " The third came out , when Google released the third was relatively modest , in fact, should be called only 2.1 panda born to say - it was a slight variation to indicate how much is being used to "point "People called Panda 3. Google finally - and belatedly - is due to release a panda 3, indicated that we are going out ahead of decimal places to the way that so many "minor" update, there was so at the Panda 3.0, Panda 3.1 and 3.92 to move into things like the number of pandas.

That grounds us here at Search Engine Land to make a decision it would be easier all around if we just numbered any confirmed update successively, in order of when they came. 1 on Penguin, Penguin 2, 3 penguins and no matter how an update could be "large" or "small", we just want to give the next number on the list.

What Is Penguin Again? And How Do I Deal With It?

For those novels to the whole “Penguin” concept, Penguin is a part of Google’s generally search algorithm that periodically looks for sites that are consider to be spamming Google’s search results but somehow still ranking well. In particular, it goes after sites that may have purchased paid links.
You were hit by Penguin, starts today or tomorrow that you see a significant drop in traffic, and then you likely will know. To recover, you need to act like bad link or disavow themselves will be removed. Filing a Reconsideration Request penguin is an automated process, does not help. What it considers to be removed that it looks bad, unless you do not.
You already got hit by Penguin and have taken action so hopefully see the day today and tomorrow that is fine. You see improvements in traffic, that's a sign that you have escaped penguins.

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