Google qualifies as one of the most preferred search engines in the internet community. In fact, it would not be a fallacy to categorize Google as one of the best search engines in the world. However, many Google subscribers use it without necessarily understanding the dynamics behind its functionality.
For the few who do understand, the release of Google Panda 4.0 has had “the talk going” all around the media. Google Panda is an algorithm that has enabled Google search engine to filter queries that are keyed into the Google search box. The algorithm then; in a matter of seconds where internet connectivity is high, filters all the relevant search results to the query that has been inputted in the search box. The Panda algorithm is not a new concept in Google.
As a matter of fact, the Panda 4.0 is the latest algorithm produced by Google and it is equally considered to be the most advanced algorithm technology in the Panda regime. Here is what you need to know about the Google Panda 4.0 update.
Many people would want to think that the newly released panda 4.0 has come with more speed in availing search results. That kind of assumption is then a misinformed one. Google’s main intention in the release of Panda 4.0 is to make search results more relevant in terms of content.
The panda 4.0 algorithm presents Google’s subscribers and users with an opportunity to get access to the best search results to their search queries. The recently released algorithm is able to rank search results in terms of richness in the content. As such, Google users will be able to get the best available results for their queries.
For example, if a user keys in a query search as “World cup”, the search results that appears in the first page of Google are deemed to be the best results. Therefore, as you move to the subsequent pages, the results are considered to be inferior given the richness in content.
Surprisingly, the release of the Panda 4.0 algorithm has as well attracted a number of challenges and eventualities as it has somehow interfered with the internet’s status quo. The main reason for this assertion is that the Panda 4.0 rearranged Google rankings for a number of websites and as a results, some websites went down in ranking while others climbed the ladder. Dr. Pete Meyers, who is a technological expert took time to study the changes that the Panda 4.0 has brought forth. Meyers admitted that indeed some sites such as eBay lost their ranking positions once the Panda 4.0 started rolling from June 14 2014. Other sources reported that eBay lost its rank by 33 percent, a claim that is subject to confirmation.
The release of the new Panda 4.0 algorithm has also left webmasters and SEO professionals with more work and research to do as it has revolutionized the internet platforms. Webmasters and SEO professionals now face the challenge of understanding the Panda 4.0 algorithm in order to make their web pages more attractive to the Google search engines. This definitely means more content.
Many businesses rely on marketing platforms and recently, the internet has delivered good results in terms of marketing. It is with such concerns that most webmasters and SEO professionals need to take a quick study of the new Panda 4.0 lest they register low success and reachability to their target population. The Google Panda 4.0 has so far been a success.
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