Google Panda 4.2- A Slow Roll Out – Due to Technical Reasons
With the reference to Search Engine Land, we would like to bring the attention of all webmasters to a morning on Google hangout for July 31, 2015.
That Morning, in a Google+ Hangout, Google’s John Mueller (Webmaster Trends Analyst) addressed the webmasters about Google’s slow approach towards latest Panda 4.2 update. “Internal issues“ associated with “Technical reasons” – behind this slow roll out – came up as the only one answer for all the webmasters for their several times asking about this update. That is why the most recent Panda 4.2 roll out is running a bit slower than the normal and covering months instead of weeks or days. And also it is clear from the conversation between John and webmaster that the Panda 4.2 Slow Roll Out is not to “confuse people.”
Or as Google’s John Mueller puts it:
“This [Panda Rollout] is actually pretty much a similar update to before. For technical reasons we are rolling it out a bit slower. It is not that we are trying to confuse people with this. It is really just for technical reasons.
So, it is not that we are crawling slowly. We are crawling and indexing normal, and we are using that content as well to recognize higher quality and lower quality sites. But we are rolling out this information in a little bit more slower way. Mostly for technical reasons.
It is not like we are making this process slower by design, it is really an internal issue on our side.”
That means all the webmasters have to wait for months and months – to see a positive or negative impact of this Panda 4.2 update and to analyze themselves as “Winners or Losers”.
Have a look at FAQs asked by Search Engine Land while interviewing Google on the most recent Panda 4.2 update.
~Screenshot Taken From Search Engine Land Blog Post