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What Do SEOs Get Wrong About Google Updates?

In the SEO industry, there seems to be an odd trend with many SEOs. A good number of them tend to blame a Google algorithm update for the decline of their ranking. Once this conclusion has been reached, they wonder which ranking factor is at fault, but realistically, this is not the right way to [...]

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Core Web Vitals For SEOs and Developers: A Guide

For those who don't know, Core Web Vitals is a set of performance metrics can highlight aspects of web page development that affects the User Experience. In 2021, Google will be making Core Web Vitals ranking factors a part of the Page Experience Update. Basically, score values change depending on how users interact with web pages. [...]

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Google May 2020 Core Update Is Done Rolling Out

The Google May 2020 core update that started to roll out on Monday, May 4, has now finished rolling out. Google announced “the May 2020 Core Update rollout is complete” via Twitter on Monday. Here's the tweet: https://twitter.com/searchliaison/status/1262422181515980801?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1262422181515980801%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsearchengineland.com%2Fgoogle-may-2020-core-update-is-done-rolling-out-334826 According to Google, the rollout of this core update would take approximately “one to two weeks to fully roll [...]

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Google May 2020 Core Update Rolling Out

On May 4, Google announced that it is rolling out a new core update, the May 2020 core update. This is the second core update of the year. The first core update was in January 2020. This means that it has been about three months since the last update, where Google historically has released a [...]

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Google January 2020 Core Update Rolling Out Later Today

On the morning of January 13, Google announced on the @SearchLiaison Twitter handle that it is rolling out the first core update of 2020. Generally, Google will roll out these algorithmic updates every few months or so. Google said “Later today, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called [...]

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BERT Is Rolling Out To Google Search In Over 70 Languages

According to an announced made by Google on Monday, BERT, the natural language processing algorithm is now coming over to 70 languages globally. BERT was originally applied to featured snippets in languages other than English. An example of a featured snippet for the query “Parking on a hill with no curb” before and after BERT is applied. [...]

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Is There Hope After A Site Gets Hit By A Google Core Update

SEOs need to, and have to, keep adapting to ranking shifts that happen when Google’s now roughly-quarterly core algorithmic updates roll out. Although Google has said in the past that there isn't any fix for a site that becomes negatively impacted by these sorts of updates, any good SEO won't just sit there twiddling their thumbs. [...]

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3,200 Changes Were Made To Search By Google In The Past Year

Last year alone, over 3,200 changes were made to Google's search system. This came out of Google's blog post on keeping its search results relevant and useful. On average, Google makes a number of changes to search every day, and the 3,200 would equate to several a day. Google wrote, “Our search algorithms are complex math [...]

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