Google Unleashes Panda 4.0 Update – Have you been affected? Check Now!

May 22, 2014 | Feature Update

On the 21st of May 2014, Google rolled out with an update of Panda 4.0, with ~7.5% of all English queries being targeted while focusing its update on sweeping low-quality content on web pages,  with Matt Cutts himself announcing it.

In consequence, this has left many to be crowned as Winners and Losers, with E-bay classified as one of the biggest losers this time around along with Ask.com, while websites such as glassdoor.com and emedicinehealth.com have all benefited from the update by moving up in rankings as the “losers” dropped their positions.

Luckily for you, by using RankWatch and logging in to your account, you can now find the Keywords that got affected due to the Panda update.

All you need to do is, go to your main dashboard, enter the date range on the top right –

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And you will see the keywords that have been affected right below the main graph. Check Screenshot Below.

Positive Impact (Keywords that entered the first page), Negative Impact (Keywords which left the first page), Keyword(s) Down, Keyword(s) Up, Stable Keyword(s)

Also, more importantly if you at any point in time had an account with us, we calculated your rankings for 22nd May, so you can see the change post Panda 4.0.

All you need to do is, login to your account, and then activate your account by clicking here for 7 days completely free of cost, courtesy of course Google Panda 4.0.

 

For any questions regarding your account or the Panda Update in general please feel free to contact us at [email protected]. We would love to hear from you.

Happy Rank Tracking 🙂

 

As the Head of Strategies and Planning at RankWatch, Devanshu is also an avid reader and loves his technology. Spending at an average of 4 hours a day, he instills himself with the latest tech related news and insights. Aspiring to be a author of a technology coursebook for young entrepreneurs, Devanshu is leading in the right direction.

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