You can anticipate another Google Panda update to revolve out this Friday or Monday, according to Google’s illustrious Engineer Matt Cutts. Also, Cutts has exposed that Google is working on an important modify to the Penguin algorithm.
Panda is Google’s algorithm intended at developing high-quality sites superior in search results. It was first unconfined in February 2011. The next Panda update (or refresh) is due to appear whichever Friday (March 15) or Monday (March 18, Cutts said according to gossip coming out of the SMX West meeting. Google’s last Panda refresh (and only one so far in 2013) was January 22 and pretentious 1.2 percent of English uncertainty.
It isn’t known when the next Penguin update will appear, but Cutts exposed Google is working on a “new generation of Penguin.” The Penguin algorithm, originally unconfined last April, was designed to diminish web spam and also hit website that had association outline that emerge unnatural. The most current Penguin rejuvenate was in October.
Also, Cutts said the update will be important and one of the most talked about Google algorithm updates this year. This would create that two years running. Cutts also put out word that Google plans to objective more link networks this year, contain one or two big ones inside the next few weeks.