And is Panda the same Panda that we kind of all know and love. As in when it was– Last year, I mean, we know that when we went real time, it went kind of pseudo real time, it went part of the core algorithm. So it’s kind of real time in that Google needs to give it a little bit of a kind of manual kick every now and again. So the delivery method has changed.But is Panda itself looking for the same signals,the same quality stuff that it kind of looked for before essentially? Or has it kind of somehow fundamentally changed?

And is Panda the same Panda that we kind of all know and love.As in when it was– Last year, I mean,we know that when we went real time, it went kind of pseudo real time, it went part of the core algorithm. So it’s kind of real time in that Google needs to give it a little bit of a kind of manual kick every now and again.So the delivery method has changed.But is Panda itself looking for the same signals,the same quality stuff that it kind of looked for before essentially? Or has it kind of somehow fundamentally changed?

Webmaster Guru Asked on December 13, 2016 in Panda.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

Well, it hasn’t fundamentally changed. But I know the engineers work on these algorithms. So it’s not something where I’d say nothing has ever changed there. I know they try to tweak things, and make sure that we’re actually bubbling up the right kind of high quality content in the search results. So I wouldn’t say nothing has changed. But at the same time, it’s not that it’s fundamentally different and now it looks at, I don’t know, instead of quality of the content it looks at the color of your fonts, or something like that. So that’s not the kind of change that we would make there.

Webmaster Guru Answered on December 13, 2016.
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