Google says it can’t provide details on core algorithm updates / Digital Information World

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Many people who make their living through a wide variety of online means often feel very frustrated with Google. Most of these people need to figure out how they can make the algorithm work in their favor, which can become increasingly difficult if you don’t yet know how the algorithm is supposed to work. Additionally, Google has started making changes to its core algorithm and has been surprisingly silent on additional details.

Some of the recent algorithm changes may very well lead to a paradigm shift in the SEO world, but all that being said and now out of the way, it’s important to note that Google has refused to be even the slightest. detail on what these changes really are. Additionally, it seems pretty unlikely that people will get more information in the future, as senior Google executives have said they are not allowed to release this information.

Not knowing what a basic algorithm change entails can make it quite difficult for you to start writing content that would be meaningful to anyone in any way. It is essential to keep SEO requirements in mind, and algorithm changes would definitely be a big factor. Therefore, it’s understandable enough that many people have started to be somewhat annoyed by these algorithm changes, with several claiming that Google is essentially just walking up the goalposts without telling anyone where they are now.

One thing to note is that this frustration is also shared by senior Google executives. The Google Search Relations Team talked on this at length, Gary Illyes going so far as to say that he does not understand at all the point of announcing these algorithm changes if they are not allowed to go into more detail on how content creators can modify their strategies in order to achieve their various objectives in a sufficiently reasonable manner.

All people are told is when an update rollout starts and when it’s completely finished. It also causes a lot of misconceptions to spread, such as a good number of users assuming that the main purpose of these algorithm changes is to punish various websites, although this is usually not the case. These algorithm changes are implemented to improve user experience, so it has little to do with punitive actions taken against websites.

However, this raises the question of how users can expect to get the results they want if they don’t know what the changes are. Suffice it to say that writing good content and not trying to do something devious like creating fake links would be a pretty decent place to start, and after that you might want to consider checking your crawls and to experiment here or there in order to determine what works and what doesn’t until you finally have a solid game plan that you can follow through.

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