** This post is not intended as another rant, but an introduction to thinking different when solving human error.
Might Google Introduce Site Reviews?
Google might develop a strict criterion before one should submit their request for a review. Site reviews by Google would not be setup to guarantee inclusion back into the SERPs. It provides Google an opportunity to learn what if the Algorithm/Filter changes are working as intended. To our end, benefits come from the chance to clear the air and perhaps getting our website introduced back into the SERPs.
To understand what I am talking about, case examples where a review may need to be submitted.
If a site, like in this case ([webmasterworld.com ]) needs to switch a .com to a .uk TLD because Google prefers to organize their SERPs to be geographical, then Google could promote its desires positively.
A Company X was dropped from the SERPs due to the results of a “scraper site” Company X could submit a challenge to Google for review.
There are many examples… I am sure we could spew out here, but what I am interested in is the possibility of introducing something like this, or is it even logical?
Human error is involved at all ends of each issue in every update, from the Site owner to Google. Productivity comes from working together rather than fighting against the grain in my opinion. It may sound like a Mr. Rodger’s Neighborhood type attitude but sometimes we need to revert to the basics.