3 weeks ago the SEO world held it’s breath when the fluctuations in the SERPs began. Everyone expected their sites booming in the searches, getting much more traffic, selling more widgets, recruiting more clients. Disillusionment!
Jagger1 was followed by Jagger2 and then the last stage of Google Update, but the results appeared to be disastrous for almost 90% of webmasters across the whole world. Practically evebody blamed google guys for letting scraper sites come up in TOP10. Yea, you’ll never know what S.Brin and his colleagues are doing with the search algorithm. Just guess, nothing more.
Stop! I forgot – there is a great blog owned by Matt Cutts – one of the leading Google engineer who showed himself to the public. I’ll quote his words: “Starting yesterday, Jagger3 was visible at the 220.127.116.11 data center. There’s still some minor flux on that data center, but it includes Jagger1, Jagger2, and Jagger3.”
Again, nothing about the peculiarities of ANY Jagger. Ok, the difference in SERPs? Well, we see them, but still. Jagger3 is still in process and does not show any sign of winding down.