We have just got the news that Google released Panda update 3.9 earlier tonight. The update will affect about one percent of all search engine result pages (SERPs), according to a Google post on Twitter. What it may mean for you? Well, it depends. The original Panda update released in February, 2011 was a heavy blow to content farms and other low quality sites which did not provide good user experience.
Google has always favored high quality sites over the bad ones. They have been trying to improve their search results by updating their search algorithms on regular basis. The latest Panda Update is one such attempt to show quality sites in the top rankings to the searchers.
Share your thoughts on how a series of Panda and Penguin updates have affected your search engine result pages (SERPs) by leaving a comment?