One thing we collect for our semiannual ranking factors survey is the opinions of a group of SEO experts (128 of them this year!) about the relative weights of the categories of ranking factors. In other words, how important each of those categories is for SEO relative to the others.
In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains some key takeaways from the results of that particular survey question. In addition, the pie chart below shows what the categories are and just where each of them ended up.
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Now its time to Google Panda update. Google has now confirmed on Wednesday that the latest version of Panda algorithm rolled out on Monday with good signal for SEO Industry.
Only approximate 1 percent of searches affected as per Mention on Google’s Twitter Account : https://twitter.com/google :: “Panda data refresh this past Monday. ~1% of queries noticeably affected. More context: http://goo.gl/wQRZ0” Google Panda 3.9.1 had least impact on search results.
Before this update lastly
Panda 3.9 hit in late July. That time Google’s announcements pegged the number of queries altered by both updates as “about 1 percent,” 3.9 came with an “enough to notice” tag from Google.
Let’s Study more about the Last week at SES San Francisco, Google’s Matt Cutts confirmed that Panda updates are less likely to be particularly large moving forward. While this may be good news for SEO firms and content marketing Peoples.