Although discussions surrounding Google updates happened earlier within the month, it seems that we have now had it confirmed that Google have once again rolled out their Google Panda algorithm update which was confirmed to have been aimed at targeting the UK.
Webmasters began to discuss the prospect of there being an update in motion on the 17th January 2013 but it seems that Google were not willing to hold responsibility for the changes that many were seeing, telling those that asked about that update that the changes were not related to Google Panda or Penguin however they implement over 500 changes to their algorithm so it could have been a smaller change.
Just as things were starting to cool down following the discussion about what many thought was an update, we received confirmation that Google had now rolled out their 24th Google Panda update after a Twitter user with the handle ‘A Googler' tweeted out to announce its arrival.
There has been less noise being made by website owners over the past couple of days which seems to pay reference to the period that the update was being rolled out, however as you can see from the tweet that we have displayed, 1.2% of English queries were affected by the change.
Did you see a drop in your search engine rankings around this time or do your rankings now seem to show that you have recovered from a previous Google Panda update, let us know!