08 Jun '14, 1am

Are you aware of The Slaughter? (The Panda 4.0 Scare!)

This particular Panda update was said to affect a staggering 7.5% of English search queries, which is quite a big jump compared to the usual 1-2%. Due to the higher percentage, it certainly didn't take long for webmasters around the Internet to start pleading their cases on all the big search and webmaster forums. It almost felt like people were recounting fresh war stories; as if they were caught behind enemy lines, lost their platoon, and barely made it out themselves. Seriously, it was that bad.

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