Google Penguin Update Its Now Part Of Google Core Algorithm

What is Role of Google Penugin Algorithm Update

To fight web spam google rolled out penguin update black hat SEO which is used by webmasters to spam website and rank in google – a technique which is used by seo to rank website by making it spam and confuse google bot.

When Google Penguin update was released many big websites got slammed by google and its pretty hard to recover for sites to get out of google penguin update if they got affected.

Google Penguin Update

Recently Google announced officially that they are making penguin as a part of their core algorithmic changes.

Now penguin will be no more a separate algorithm like previously it used to be, Penguin is now a real-time and it is more granular.

Penguin is now real-time (code update)

Historically, the list of sites affected by Penguin was periodically refreshed at the same time. Once a webmaster considerably improved their site and its presence on the internet, many of Google’s algorithms would take that into consideration very fast, but others, like Penguin, needed to be refreshed. With this change, Penguin’s data is refreshed in real time, so changes will be visible much faster, typically taking effect shortly after we re-crawl and re-index a page. It also means we’re not going to comment on future refreshes.

Penguin is now more granular

Penguin now devalues spam by adjusting ranking based on spam signals, rather than affecting ranking of the whole site.

How many algorithms google make daily:

Google make many changes with their algorithms they daily roll algorithms of more than 200 daily. There are many factors which they experiment with their algorithm to make search better for the user.

Penguin was first announced on April 24th 2012 . The update is aimed at decreasing search engine rankings of websites that violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.

Confirmed Penguin updates

Penguin 1 on April 24, 2012 (impacting around 3.1% of queries)

Penguin 2 on May 26, 2012 (impacting less than 0.1%)

Penguin 3 on October 5, 2012 (impacting around 0.3% of queries)

Penguin 4 (AKA Penguin 2.0) on May 22, 2013 (impacting 2.3% of queries)

Penguin 5 (AKA Penguin 2.1) on October 4, 2013 (impacting around 1% of queries)

Penguin 6 (AKA Penguin 3.0) on October 17, 2014 (impacting less than 1% English queries). On December 1, 2014 Google confirmed that the update was still rolling out with webmasters continuing to report significant fluctuations.

Penguin 7 (AKA Penguin 4.0) on September 23, 2016

Ramana Tula is a - Technical Content Writer and he is a Full stack Web and Android Developer also - SEO Manager and also manages Digital Marketing.

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