Friday, August 12, 2011

Google updates the algorithm of its search engine

The U.S. company Google has expanded, Friday, Aug. 12, the update of the algorithm at work in its search engine. Named "Panda", "this update is done for all languages except Chinese, Japanese and Korean," said the company's official blog. Already introduced in the U.S. and the UK in the spring, this system is intended to punish websites that do not produce original content, but maximizing their SEO to succeed in the first pages of search engine results.

When updating English, several sites have complained of being "delisted". "This update impacts the results seen by users for an average of 6-9% of the requests, all languages combined. The impact of this change is less than the initial launch of Panda, which affected about 12% of the results seen by users for queries speaking, "says the firm now Mountain View.

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