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We are just the guinea pigs Google uses to test which algo updates drive more and more profit into their own hands. Whether our businesses survive or not is completely inconsequential to Google.
I think google filters you be cause they think the other content is the original.
For every site that loses in a Google update, there's another that gains.
Not always true. If Google adds more widgets or feature snippet data to the search results then every one looses except Google (who are not part of the results but displays info from the result pages). Google's main goal is to keep users on Google until they either click on an advertisement or click on another Google property.
Not always true. If Google adds more widgets or feature snippet data to the search results then every one looses except Google (who are not part of the results but displays info from the result pages
I mean if they can't determine the post date and simply use that then they are not as sophisticated as we think.
The published date can be changed to whatever you want it to be.
"Answer boxes," rich snippets, etc. may be a mixed blessing for sites that provide quick answers from the public domain (the capital of North Dakota, the current price of gold, the director of Titanic), the temperature in Timbuktu), but for sites that offer more depth--and that attract users who want more depth--they can be a great source of traffic
[edited by: samwest at 2:09 pm (utc) on Oct 15, 2019]
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