Google principal engineer Matt Cutts said in an interview with the Mercury News at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive conference that the company is planning to make more changes to its searching algorithm.
"We've not only launched this change, but we're looking forward through the rest of the year at other changes we can make to try to improve search quality. There is definitely still room for improvement in the space of low-quality content -- or in trying to reward higher-quality content," Matt Cutts said.
Earlier in Feb 24, Google introduced Panda updates which revamped its search algorithm to offer original and high-quality content through its search results. Aiming to fight on 'content farms,' Google rolled out the Panda updates in United States and will extend soon to other countries.
Google said that they are pleased with Panda results and it boosted traffic to more authoritative websites. However, Google's Panda affected for more than 1 in every 9 US searches and traffic to many sites went down by more than 70 per cent. Panda has been designed to identify the websites with high quality and original contents, and to dump the sites who play tricky SEO tips to get better advertisement traffic.
It is not clear that when Google introduce the new changes to the search result. Google official said that they have assembled a team of engineers to make the essential changes as soon as possible. Earlier, Google introduced the blocking feature to search engine, allows the users to block the unwanted websites for the future search results.
So, let's wait for better search result from world's favourite search engine, Google.