Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bartosimpsonio, May 4, 2020.
Fasten your seatbelts
Here we go again.
Being an SEO professional......I just spilled my coffee...with this NEWS!!!
New challenges on its way people...
Fingers crossed that they'll finally fix their shit
well the best we can do is keep our fingers crossed.
(IM FUCKING SHITTING IT)
Hope they fix all shit with this one!
Let's see who's going up or down the random slide today!
Remember to plough money into AdWords when you get randomly pushed down the serps....
This is all they say......
Focus on content
As explained, pages that drop after a core update don’t have anything wrong to fix. This said, we understand those who do less well after a core update change may still feel they need to do something. We suggest focusing on ensuring you’re offering the best content you can. That’s what our algorithms seek to reward.
Such bullshit. I did work on my content on my site. I typed over 200,000 words of handwritten content and I'm nowhere to be found after January's core update while spammy web 2.0's are everywhere.
Whitehat wins out again.
I say bring it on
Haha so literally all they did is talk themselves in a circle without giving any information
We are used to it ! bring it in
Can't wait to see what new opportunities arise.
They actually giving us this information....
Content and quality questions
Does the content provide original information, reporting, research or analysis?
Does the content provide a substantial, complete or comprehensive description of the topic?
Does the content provide insightful analysis or interesting information that is beyond obvious?
If the content draws on other sources, does it avoid simply copying or rewriting those sources and instead provide substantial additional value and originality?
Does the headline and/or page title provide a descriptive, helpful summary of the content?
Does the headline and/or page title avoid being exaggerating or shocking in nature?
Is this the sort of page you’d want to bookmark, share with a friend, or recommend?
Would you expect to see this content in or referenced by a printed magazine, encyclopedia or book?
Does the content present information in a way that makes you want to trust it, such as clear sourcing, evidence of the expertise involved, background about the author or the site that publishes it, such as through links to an author page or a site’s About page?
If you researched the site producing the content, would you come away with an impression that it is well-trusted or widely-recognized as an authority on its topic?
Is this content written by an expert or enthusiast who demonstrably knows the topic well?
Is the content free from easily-verified factual errors?
Would you feel comfortable trusting this content for issues relating to your money or your life?
Presentation and production questions
Is the content free from spelling or stylistic issues?
Was the content produced well, or does it appear sloppy or hastily produced?
Is the content mass-produced by or outsourced to a large number of creators, or spread across a large network of sites, so that individual pages or sites don’t get as much attention or care?
Does the content have an excessive amount of ads that distract from or interfere with the main content?
Does content display well for mobile devices when viewed on them?
Does the content provide substantial value when compared to other pages in search results?
Does the content seem to be serving the genuine interests of visitors to the site or does it seem to exist solely by someone attempting to guess what might rank well in search engines?
did something happen on 9th April?
I think Google should shut their search engine and list the organic results in Youtube at the end of videos.
What's the point in filling the organic search results page with all those videos. I don't get it.
They sneak these updates in in silent. I have the same issue and the graph does look similar.
Separate names with a comma.