Google Algorithm Changes for the Fall 2013 Year

The recent updates by Google might seem like they are a lot, but you need to know what has changed and how it has affected your website to be able to take advantage of it. The Google Panda and Penguin updates affected many SEO’s and even the search engines. This was not a pleasant surprise to those that rely on search engines for their business. If you have not been marketing your website, now is the time to get in because Google has moved into new ways of getting results and penalizing sites that are not meeting their requirements. In this article, we will discuss what Google has done, and how you can implement changes to your website.

Google Algorithm

The first algorithm updates, we will talk about are known as Panda and Penguin. Google claims that these updates were done to make their search engine experience more user-friendly. Google states that these updates were not done in a “quick and dirty” way, but with a deep understanding of what users want from their experience. Google also claims that it took a long time to make these updates and that it started with the Google core update. In fact, some websites that were affected by the updates have still been functioning normally months after the updates.

Google Panda was an extremely popular updates and it banned the use of unethical methods in SEO. In this update Google prohibited the use of black-hat SEO methods such as keyword stuffing and using very long URL’s. Keyword stuffing and other black-hat techniques had were causing Google to receive a lot of negative publicity in the past. Google also went against what many felt was overzealous attempts by search engines to remove undesirable content. Google stated that it was doing this to maintain the high quality standards that have made Google one of the most popular search engines.

Google Algorithm Updates for July 2011 April Fools’ Day was a big joke. This was the first algorithm update to be implemented since the Google Panda update in February of 2011. Many people were skeptical when Google announced the changes and the update that came with it. However, a lot of people actually benefited from the changes. The algorithm update resulted in increased traffic due to several changes that improved user experience and quality on Google’s part.

Google Algorithm Updates for July 2011 The fourth update of the Google Algorithm occurred in July 2011. It was released a day before Google launched its new smartphone operating system, the Android. The update introduced new features such as the Google Now feature, which delivers personalized results based on a person’s search history. Other features included:

Google Algorithm Updates for August 2012 Google launched another major update to its flagship product – the Google Search Engine. The new update introduced many new features and enhancements to the Google Search Engine. One notable update in August 2012 was the introduction of the Google Panda and Google Penguin updates. These two updates radically changed the way webmasters would rank their websites. Google introduced two new elements called the Knowledge Graph and the Google AdSense network.

Google AdSense and Hummingbird Google released two new programs called the Google AdSense program and Google Hummingbird. Google Hummingbird is a service that helps webmasters to track and monitor their websites. Google AdSense is an advertising program run by Google. The company will display relevant ads based on the content on your website. These ads can be placed on your site or within search results.

Google Algorithm Updates for September & October The fourth Google Algorithm updates for the year was announced in September. The update resulted in several algorithm changes that affected the way websites are ranked in the search results. These changes included the Google Panda and Google Penguin updates. Google stated that the changes were made to improve the quality of Google’s search results, make it easier for users to find specific information and provide better experiences when navigating to the right pages.