Google confirmed that an extensive core algorithm update happened Real Estate Photo Editing last week. (See our initial coverage in Google confirms that the algorithm update happened last week.) Google's Danny Sullivan said that Google does not target low quality websites. He explicitly confirmed that there is nothing wrong with fixing sites that lose their rankings. This announcement is important because it crushes the usual Phantom Update speculation. Google does not target “low quality” signals. What is Real Estate Photo Editing a Broad Core Algorithm Update? Google does not usually announce updates to its algorithm because algorithm updates occur almost daily, possibly twice a day (read below for more details). This update is different.
This isn't one of Google's usual daily updates. This update is a kind of Real Estate Photo Editing update that happens several times a year. Google calls this update a Broad Core Algorithm Update. General Core Algorithm Update Hints Google offered some clues. But here's what we do know: The update aimed to provide better search results There is nothing wrong with sites that have lost their rankings There is no way to "fix" sites that have lost their rankings Improvements are content driven but not a “quality” issue Advertising Continue reading below Here is the ad text from Google: “Every day, Google typically releases one or more changes intended to improve our Real Estate Photo Editing results. Some focus on specific improvements. Some are big changes. Last week we released a large core algorithm update. We do it regularly several times a year…” Broad Core Algorithm Update This is likely similar to previous core algorithm updates, but on a grander scale.
Google has been updating the core algorithm daily since at least Real Estate Photo Editing 2012 (665 updates per year). Advertising Continue reading below Why Google may have been more transparent The SEO industry routinely assumes that Google's core algorithm updates focus on "targeting" "low quality" web pages. This is unfortunate because it ignores the possibility that Google's core algorithm updates may simply be improvements to provide the best answer to a search query. So, if Google updates the core Real Estate Photo Editing algorithm to improve its ability to respond to search queries, the SEO industry would have been wrong to assume that the sites that lost their rankings did something wrong. Until this announcement, Google refused to clarify what kinds of improvements they were making. Thus, the SEO industry speculated that Google was “targeting” low-quality web pages. Again and again, year after year.
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