Google Confirms: No Algorithmic Actions For Site Reputation Abuse Yet

Google Confirms: No Algorithmic Actions For Site Reputation Abuse Yet

Google’s Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan, has confirmed that the search engine hasn’t launched algorithmic actions targeting site reputation abuse. This clarification addresses speculation within the SEO community that recent traffic drops are related to Google’s previously announced policy update. Sullivan Says No Update Rolled Out Lily Ray, an SEO professional, shared a screenshot on Twitter … Read more

Site Reputation Abuse Policy Also Applies To Google Discover

Site Reputation Abuse Policy Also Applies To Google Discover

Just a PSA – the newish Google site reputation abuse policy not only applies to Google Search but also applies to Google Discover. Google updated the Discover content policies a while back to add a line that reads, “Publishers should be aware of the new site reputation abuse policy that becomes effective as of May … Read more

Google Hints At Improving Site Rankings In Next Update

Google Hints At Improving Site Rankings In Next Update

Google’s John Mueller says the Search team is “explicitly evaluating” how to reward sites that produce helpful, high-quality content when the next core update rolls out. The comments came in response to a discussion on X about the impact of March’s core update and September’s helpful content update. In a series of tweets, Mueller acknowledged … Read more

Google’s Site Reputation Abuse Policy: All You Need To Know – SEOSLY

Google’s Site Reputation Abuse Policy: All You Need To Know – SEOSLY

Updated: May 16, 2024. All you need to know about Google’s site reputation abuse policy. Google’s ongoing efforts to combat web spam and improve search quality have led to the introduction of the Site Reputation Abuse policy. This policy primarily targets websites that host third-party content to manipulate search rankings by exploiting the host site’s … Read more

Google Lifts Some Site Reputation Abuse Policy Manual Actions

Google Lifts Some Site Reputation Abuse Policy Manual Actions

About a week ago, we reported that Google began enforcing its new site reputation abuse policy by issuing manual actions and ranking penalties for those sites that violated those policies. Google seems to be now lifting some of those manual actions where the sites took the necessary action and no longer are violating the policy. … Read more

Google Shopping May Show How Many Shoppers Purchased On Your E-Commerce Site

Google Shopping May Show How Many Shoppers Purchased On Your E-Commerce Site

Google has sent some Google Merchant Center e-commerce site managers notifications that a new annotation may begin to show up in the search results next to their site’s listing that shows how many searchers purchased on your site. It may read, “1K shopped here recently.” The email was sent to Menachem Ani who shared a … Read more

Video: Google Search Ranking Volatility, Site Reputation Abuse Enforcement, Pichai On Search Quality, HCU Recovery & More

Video: Google Search Ranking Volatility, Site Reputation Abuse Enforcement, Pichai On Search Quality, HCU Recovery & More

For the original iTunes version, click here. Google may have had two search ranking algorithm updates, one around May 9th and one around May 3rd. Google began its site reputation abuse policy enforcement this week with manual actions, and it is not about linking. Google said sites may recover from the helpful content update. … Read more

What is going on with the Site Reputation abuse policy? – Marie Haynes

What is going on with the Site Reputation abuse policy? – Marie Haynes

Although Google told us the site reputation abuse policy would go into effect on Sunday, May 5, Danny Sullivan tweeted on Monday evening that the manual actions were currently being handed out and that the algorithmic component was not yet live. At the time I write this, we have seen the first manual actions. I … Read more

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