From sometimes in past, google has been running after spammy link networks. After pushing hared and peanilizing link networks in Germany, Italy and Spain, Google makes it to the Japan.
If you were among those webmasters who have noticed extreme ranking fluctuations over the weekend, here is the news for you. Googlers Zineb, Garry Illyes and John Mueller tweeted and confirmed that those ranking swings past weekend were due to a core ranking algorithm that Google rolled out quietly, and not because of penguin.
Googler Gary Illyes confirmed the news and authenticated that comment. That means, we will not have any more Panda updates in near future. The last that struck was Panda 4.2, which was expected to roll out over several months.
There are serious discussions going on at WebmasterWorld and BlackHatWorld threads on the topic. Same sort of debates are running on Twitter and Google+.They eventually indicate that some sort of update is being tested from Google.
In a recent Google Hangout, Googler John Mueller answered a question that webmasters had been asking since long. They kept asking how GoogleBot responds if an on-hover event that will turn text on your web page into links.
Chatter is going on across the Webmaster World and related discussion forums about the possible Google Update. SEOs are constantly saying that something big is going through. They raised their concerns as they noticed up to 80% traffic drop since morning.
Planning and running a website might be easy, but seeing it ranked top is something that requires a strategy, ideally, a workable strategy. Search engine optimization is no more a stand alone practice but turns to be an active component of digital marketing.
The good news is that now SEOs won’t need to be doing Penguin analysis for clients during the holiday season too. And if you're still working on cleaning links up, you have more time to finish it up.
In a latest hangout on a webmaster help thread, a webmaster raised a very pertinent question to the Google. He asked whether or not a manual penalty received on a subdomain impacts the rest of the website that is not on the subdomain.
This is the second occasion when Google has released a version, the last stripped version was released in 2013. Now, the release is official an entire document is out for download.