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Google Algorithm

Discussion in 'Google' started by jhonden, Mar 6, 2012.

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    Dear fellow forum members, Where do i will get information regarding the latest updates and changes in Google algorithm.
    SEMrush
     
    jhonden, Mar 6, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. whitestar

    whitestar Peon

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    Hi,
    Have a look at Google's own search blog - full of all the latest updates: insidesearch.blogspot.com - hope you find this useful.
     
    whitestar, Mar 6, 2012 IP
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    C.Rebecca Active Member

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    For the latest information about the algorithm changes you need to subscribe to the Google webmaster central blog and Google webmaster Youtube channel.
     
    C.Rebecca, Mar 7, 2012 IP
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    Truth be told...you will never find out the true algorithm. Google will release information about bits and pieces of it and you will find bits and pieces from webmasters and from trial and error. However, by the time you really think you have it nailed down....they will change it again!

    That is what makes SEO such a challenge! Best of luck and keep digging at it!
     
    entrecon, Mar 7, 2012 IP
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    micky_john Greenhorn

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    Hey i guys always interacted with the Google webmaster central blog for latest updates of Google but instead of it i have an account on DIGG there i have joined Google newsroom and its really tremendous source for up to date about Google. Good luck...!!!
     
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    Thanks micky_john. I also have account on Digg, and i would also join Google newsroom there. Hope to find my answers there.
     
    ashleyjohn2347, Mar 7, 2012 IP
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    Google will not release their algorithm changes, but through their blog give some hint, Google always keep changing their algo to increase the quality of SERP
     
    rena, Mar 7, 2012 IP
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    jhonden Peon

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    Check seobook.com it also have all the current updates regarding algorithm updates.
     
    jhonden, Mar 12, 2012 IP
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    #12
    Impossible. Google's algorithm makes Google what it is today. How can you expect them to reveal that? All SEO blogs that claim to provide actual algorithm updates are probably mere possibilities. Not that they are wrong, but rather they are highly limited.
     
    nYXem90, Mar 12, 2012 IP
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    #13
    Sometimes the hints in blogs are limited, but shows a good amount of information.
     
    BNel, Mar 17, 2012 IP
  14. MarkHeron

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    #14
    What are you talking about? There's a lot of information about Google algorithms on official sources. They even have videos and an extensive support forum.
     
    MarkHeron, Mar 18, 2012 IP
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    well you can read it at google`s official blog, but they will not tell you everything, so it is a good idea to search for in on the web to see what problems other webmaster have had with these changes, most of them even share the way they deal with it.
     
    psychicmystery, Mar 18, 2012 IP
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    Most of the time, Google provides enough information. If it doesn't answer your question specifically, maybe you need to look at things differently. Can you cite an example where Google's information about its algorithm update is unclear?
     
    MarkHeron, Mar 18, 2012 IP
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    #17
    Google never flash their actual information about algorithm so how possible to say to you that. Ok. From my experience google has publish after every 3 months. keep connecting with us on this forum and you will get information about algorithm.
     
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    They don't show the exact formula, but most of the time they provide enough information that if you follow them and white hat methods, you will safely move up in rankings without fear of the next update messing everything up.
     
    MarkHeron, Mar 18, 2012 IP
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    Also take a look at matt Cutts blog - he sometimes gives some good hints about what is coming for the future.
     
    dexterity, Mar 18, 2012 IP
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    Exactly. Matt Cutts may not give all the details, but he says what's happening roughly and that's enough as long as you follow the rules.
     
    MarkHeron, Mar 18, 2012 IP