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  • Panda Update 21

    Panda Update 21 is being unleashed on Google's results, one that it says will impact 1.1% of English-language queries in US; 0.4% worldwide.
    source: Google Releases Panda Update 21, Impacts 1.1% Of US Queries In English

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    Google's Matt Cutts announced that the Panda algorithm will be more of a rolling update, as opposed to what it has been as a manually pushed out update.
    Google Panda Update To Start Being A Rolling Update
    Panda updates are going to be more integrated and less noticeable in the future, What do you think about this integration?

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    • #3
      Only time will tell

      If anyone is interested, seoMoz has a good list of algorithm changes. So if you notice any changes you can see if they line up with one of the dates mentioned.

      Google Algorithm Change History | SEOmoz

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