Google Just Rocked Nearly 1% Of Search Queries With A Panda Refresh

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Google announced that it has pushed a new data refresh for the Panda update, which originally launched in February of last year. This is the second such refresh this month.

On June 12, Google tweeted that a refresh was rolling out, which affected less than 1% of queries in the U.S. and 1% worldwide. Now, they've tweeted again, saying:

On a somewhat related note, one webmaster claimed to have recovered from Google's Penguin update over the weekend. A Google spokesperson tells us that there was no Penguin refresh that they're aware of. When we saw WPMU recover from Penguin, it had happened as Google rolled out a refresh.

To learn more about the difference between an algorithm update and a data refresh, see what Google's Matt Cutts has to say about it here.

Image: Pandara - The Heavy Metal Panda! (YouTube)

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