Real time version of Penguin 4.0 will be released by the end of this year. Gary Illyes tweeted that he expects the update to happen in December 2015.

This Penguin update is expected to be real-time which mean Google will update the algorithm in real-time continuously. After 4.0, Penguin Updates will not be released on specific dates. If Google detects spammy links on a website, Penguin will impact it. Once the spammy links are removed and Google picks that up, site will come out of Penguin.

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If you haven’t cleaned up your links for the next Penguin update, you still have time to do so.

In a Tweet response to a query "If my disavow file were an icicle & it fell in the arctic, would it be too late for a Penguin to hear it? " , Google’s Gary Illyes said: "no, it's not too late."

Image 11 It’s Not Too Late, Clean Up Your Links For Penguin: Google!

Image 21 It’s Not Too Late, Clean Up Your Links For Penguin: Google!

RankBrain is now handling15% of Google search query. It, however, doesn’t replace Hummingbird which processes what people are searching and serves the first best as the result.

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It is extremely important for the small businesses to execute a strategic SEO campaign to be successful. When it comes to digital marketing channels, Search Engine Optimization is one of the most cost-effective options for the small businesses.

Here we come again with our list of this week's best articles on digital marketing that we found across the Internet. These have been categorized into content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building. Have a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

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In a recent blog update, Facebook announced that it has updated its search to show public posts.

Facebook Search Update To Show Public Posts Facebook Search Update To Show Public Posts!

It has also launched Search FYI where the updates on latest updates on Facebook’s progress will be shared frequently.

Facebook said “With over 1.5 billion searches per day and over 2 trillion posts in our index, search is an important, long-term effort at Facebook. The team’s goal with Search FYI is to share our progress more frequently.”

After introducing Instant Articles five months ago for a small group of people, Facebook rolled out Instant Articles for all iPhone users yesterday. Android support will be launched later this year with beta testing now on.

Image 1 Facebook Brings Instant Articles To All iPhone Users, Android Support Is Coming Soon!

Facebook wrote: “The lightning bolt indicates it’s an Instant Article. When you tap the story, it loads ten times faster than a standard mobile web article.”

Content marketing is becoming more important than ever before. Recent statistics show that B2B companies that uses content generate 67% more leads than those that do not.

While content marketing holds scads of benefits, it also involves some level of work; and finding the right tools to power your content marketing campaigns can make it even more daunting and time-consuming.

It was in May when Google said more search queries were coming from mobiles than desktops in 10 countries that included the US and Japan.

Now this is happening globally. John Mueller from Google has confirmed on Google+: More than half of Google's searches are now coming from mobile. If you haven't made your site (or your client's sites) mobile-friendly, you're ignoring a lot of potential users.