Google’s most recent repayment of their search quality places of interest is out, inventory more than 65 changes to the search algorithm from August and September. Most are definitely minor, a few stand out, and a combine major changes we know about seem to be absent completely. Specifically, there is nary a word about the accurate match domain update Google warned of on September 27. Why is this?
"These changes rolled out very recently, and their commence language was accepted after the cutoff date where we were finalize the blog post," a Google spokesperson told Search Engine Watch. "We tweeted these changes and were also scheduling to contain those launches in future updates."
We know for confident a Panda update occurred on September 27. We also know there was a Panda data invigorate Sept. 18, however Google announce that one via Twitter.
Maybe this September change entry applies to Panda: “#84394. [project 'Page Quality'] This begin helped you discover more high-quality content from trusted sources.”
Google has filed algorithm changes related to Panda and Penguin under the “Page Quality” development in the past, as they did in May of this year. It’s indistinct, but this access may very well refer to the September 18th or 27th Panda update.
Keep in mind, Matt Cutts’ tweet from September 28 said the EMD update was “upcoming.” Some consider it happened September 27 or 28, however they could very well have erroneous it for Panda.
To my information, there has been no executive verification the EMD update came out at the time of Cutts’ tweet. We’ve asked Cutts for illumination and will update the post if we hear back.