Tag Archives: Algorithm

What Goes Into Tracking Google’s Algorithm? – SEO Podcast

By | October 25, 2021

July 14, 2020   |   Posted by The In Search SEO Podcast You can keep up with the In Search SEO Podcast by subscribing on iTunes, by following the podcast on SoundCloud, or by subscribing to the In Search Newsletter! The Benefits & Complexities of Tracking Google’s Updates & Trends: Summary of Episode #79 The great… Read More »

Google: We Don’t Hard Code YMYL Categories Into Our Algorithm

By | October 25, 2021

Google’s John Mueller was asked if energy supply types of websites would fall into the YMYL, your money – your life, category and thus have to hold to a higher standard for E-A-T concepts. John said, he doesn’t have an “absolute answer” because Google does not have categories “hard-coded in the algorithms.” John said “I don’t know. So… Read More »

Latest Google Algorithm Update: Page Experience | Search Engine Marketing Consultant & Search Engine Optimization Services

By | October 23, 2021

Latest posts by Daniel P. Borbolla (see all) If you’re concerned about the new page experience Google algorithm update, you can exhale for now since it won’t be rolling out until 2021. On the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog, they detail what this update intends to fix, what these changes mean for your website moving forward, and how… Read More »

Search News Buzz Video Recap: Frequent Google Algorithm Updates, Quality Raters Guidelines Updated, IndexNow With Bing & Yandex & More

By | October 22, 2021

First, sorry for the static in the beginning, it stops after 30 seconds. This week, we had another Google search ranking algorithm update to report on, but at least Mordy Oberstein from Semrush proved I am not crazy about reporting on these updates. Google has updated its search quality raters guidelines document, it was last updated about a… Read More »

Why Google’s Broad Core Algorithm Updates Relate to User Intent – Here’s Why #266 – Perficient Blogs

By | October 21, 2021

Google’s broad core algorithm updates are all about understanding user intent and what queries mean in relation to that intent. If Google knows that, then they can identify which result will give users the best answer. In this episode, Duane Forrester, VP of Industry Insights at Yext, joins Eric Enge to discuss the relationship between Google’s broad core… Read More »

A beginner’s guide to recovering from core algorithm updates | Improve My Search Ranking

By | October 20, 2021

Google’s core algorithm updates are not that uncommon. Google’s search algorithm can be updated multiple times a year, and it can leave many websites in tatters after.  While the demotion in search rankings is a big nuisance, you can recover from it if you keep your calm and take the right steps. In this blog post, we are… Read More »

Semrush: Google Search Algorithm Updates Are More Extreme This Year

By | October 20, 2021

Mordy Oberstein from Semrush came out with some data proving I am not insane or crazy, at least, when it comes to my reports on the Google search ranking algorithm updates. Yes, I have been reporting on these updates more this year than previous years, but for good reason, the search results are more volatile this year than… Read More »

Possible Google Search Algorithm Ranking Update October 15th – October 18th

By | October 18, 2021

I lead with I am sorry for yet reporting on another Google search ranking algorithm update – another unconfirmed one. But like I said on Friday, there seemed to be one ticking up and it seems Google did have some fluctuations from October 15th through today and the chatter in the SEO community supports it this time. This… Read More »

Rich Snippets, including review, how-to, and faq, can be impacted by Google’s broad core updates (and other major algorithm updates)

By | October 14, 2021

If you’ve seen a drop (or gain) of rich snippets during a broad core update, then overall site quality could be the reason. In this post, I’ll cover how this can happen, why Google’s evaluation of site quality matters, and I’ll provide examples of rich snippets volatility across sites (including review, how-to, and FAQ snippets). With the June… Read More »

Where to Focus After Algorithm Updates – Vizion Interactive

By | October 13, 2021

Are you a “Proactive SEO” or a “Reactive SEO”? Perhaps the best approach is a healthy portion of both. Being proactive in SEO means that you are building a web presence towards what you know should be there. You’re planning for not just the here and now, but for years into the future. You’ve conducted deep keyword research… Read More »