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Google Penguin 4.0 was officially announced on Friday and I’ve waited a few days to collect various questions and observations.
I’ll be updating this post as more questions and observations are coming.
From the official announcement:
Penguin will be hard to diagnose
With no dates and official announcements, Penguin will become very hard to diagnose, especially if the site is partially effected.
This means a thorough professional backlink profile audit is more important than ever.
Should disavow still be used?
Yes, it has been confirmed that Disavowing bad links is a viable option after you did you due diligence in removing them.
URLs is the disavow file should be re-crawled for those backlinks to be discounted (same as before)
It looks like the impact has been very mild but it only confirms that Penguin is now real time: It takes time to crawl the web!
No signs of major SERP movement yesterday – the two days since Penguin started rolling out have been quieter than most of September.
— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) September 24, 2016
Fits w/ the idea that this new Penguin inside the core algo is a learning system, not a set of hard-coded rules https://t.co/Jh63YfkFzu
— Rand Fishkin (@randfish) September 24, 2016
from Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog http://ift.tt/2cPxPPF