In today’s Webmaster Central Hangout John Mueller has just confirmed that Penguin 3.0 is rolled out. Information on additional data of the algorithm updates he could not make, however – it is also unclear whether Google will express more information about Penguin 3.0 in the future.
How Search Engine Land reported at the weekend, the update of the Penguin algorithm has been rolled out. Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Land refers back to a confirmed statement from Google.
Google Has confirmed to Search Engine Land did it updated its Penguin filter on Friday. Penguin targets sites deemed to be spammy, Especially Those found in violation of Google’s guidelines about linking.
In the data of SISTRIX no effects are felt until the present time – this could be because Penguin 3.0 is not yet fully rolled out: “Imagine there’s Penguin update and no one makes with”
At least in German Google index, no significant shifts are measurable. Of course, there are domains that have between Friday and Sunday won or lost – these changes are however rather small in percentage and fall into my eyes in the typical “background noise” of Google. To speak of Penguin-effects, is wrong.
Reporting other sources is as follows:
Seokratie: “Penguin published 3 – That should have been?”
SEO-West: “Google is rolling out Penguin 3.0”
t3n: “Penguin: Google confirms algorithm update”
Jens Cheerful Index of lift has listed the entire history of the announcement to rollout of Penguin 3.0 on his blog: “Google Penguin Refresh the beginning of October 2014”
Jennifer Slegg of TheSEMPost already analyzed the effects: “Penguin 3.0 Finally update – Google Hits homepages, Affiliates & 301 Redirect Spam”
This afternoon is a Webmaster Central Hangout place with John Mueller. Will he confirm the rollout of Penguin 3.0?