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Google Algorithm Changes Stir Things Up

Remain focused on building great content.

Google is up to its old tricks, unleashing several algorithm changes since the beginning of the year.

One of the most important is also one of the ones we’ve known about the longest: Google’s move to a mobile-first index. Although it’s been talking about this change since 2016, Google only began testing mobile-first indexing on a few, select sites in October.

And then on March 26 Google announced that it was officially moving larger batches of websites to mobile-first indexing. Basically, if there’s a mobile version and a desktop version of a website, Google is going to display the mobile version in its search engine results, which is what people will see whether using their mobile devices or desktop computers. Eventually, Google will have one index that favors mobile-friendly websites.

If you have a well-optimized website that works on mobile devices, you should be in the clear. 

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Another Google Algorithm Update is Here

Don’t panic. … Be patient.

Another Google Algorithm Update … But What Does that Mean for You?

Another Google algorithm update has landed in the web’s lap, with many industry observers reporting a change in the core algorithm without any clear evidence of the final effect on B2B SEO.

Unlike the Google algorithm turmoil from earlier this summer, this change seems to be of the one- and-done variety. After the initial flurry of activity observed a few days ago, it appears that the Google is allowing its ranking algorithms to do their thing without any more tinkering than usual.

When directly questioned about what kind of Google algorithm change occurred, one of Google’s webmaster trends analysts said there definitely had not been a Penguin update.

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