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Google Confirms Rolling Out A Broad Core Search Algorithm Update Earlier This Week

On Twitter, Google published a post saying that it released a "broad core algorithm update" this past Monday. According to Google, it "routinely" updates "thoughout the year" and referenced communication from the previous core update. Google's core search updates happen "several times per year."  Although "some sites may note drops or gains," there is nothing specific a [...]

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Google Confirms Core Search Ranking Algorithm Update

Its been confirmed by Google that they ran a "broad core algorithm update" last week that impacted the appearance and rankings of some websites in the search results. It was posted on Twitter by Google that it doe these types of updates "several times per year" and that there isn't anything a site can do specifically to [...]

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Google Confirms Mid-December Search Ranking Algorithm Updates

As many in the search industry have seen over the last week, but has finally been confirmed by Google, updates to the search engine's algorithm are significantly shifting rankings in the SERPs.  A spokesperson from Google said, “We released several minor improvements during this timeframe, part of our regular and routine efforts to improve relevancy.” Barry [...]

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How To Stop Worrying About Google Updates

Admit it - you're an SEO, and you tend to obsess over changes to organic search results.  You hop on your computer and soon realize that there has been "a lot of activity" on your social media feeds. In this case, "activity" would mean that SEOs who monitor changes to search ranks discover fluctuations in [...]

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Weathering The Google Storms

At one point, Bobby Lyons and SEO expert, Gregory Gromov, once referred to the Google algorithm updates and tests as "Google storms."  According to Gregory, a solid SEO program provides the ballast to weather the storm, but if a storm hits and flips you over, you know it's time to right the ship. A Google algorithm update [...]

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New, Unconfirmed Google Ranking Update Shakes The SEO World

The SEO industry, yesterday morning, has been watching an unconfirmed Google ranking update that appears to be targeting more of the link quality aspects of the overall algorithm.  As a joke, Gary Illyes of Google suggested that all updates be named “Fred.” There's been more chatter and reports of changes being seen from within the "black hat" [...]

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Google: No Comment On Possibility Of A Feb. 7 Algorithm Update

On February 7, it appears that there was a Google algorithm change that adjusted how many sites rank, both bad and good.  Ever since this apparent change happened, Barry Schwartz kept tracking the update since Feb. 8.  As time went on, more and more webmasters and SEOs seemed to notice the changes in ranking at Google. It appears to be [...]

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