Latest Google Broad Core Algorithm.

Latest Google Broad Core Algorithm.

Honestly speaking, I don’t care about any latest Algorithm change.

[Note: My traffic went 6% up on one of my blogs after the update by the way.]

Why don’t I care? Here’s are the reasons:

1. I know what Google wants: showing the best results to users. I know If I am writing the best for the users, I don’t need to care any algorithm that applies to content.

Who will afraid it?

The people who do spin content. They will be in the constant state of fear that next update may kill their blogs.

2. I make backlinks according to the natural way that the real people make. I know the psychology behind making a backlink (why do regular people make backlink who have zero knowledge of SEO) and also the anchor text distribution.

Who will afraid it?

The people who are using automation software to make backlinks.

3. Google makes changes to its Algorithm every day. Some changes are big, and some are small. According to one official article of Google, Google makes more than 1400 changes in a year. But big changes are made several times a year.

Who will afraid?

The people who don’t know major changes of Google, and who are not updated to the latest news of Google. For example, onwards July 2018, mobile speed will be a ranking factor officially said by Google on its Webmaster Blog.

Solutions?

Just clear your concepts what Google wants from you. Why Google updates its algorithms. Google doesn’t hate any site; it hates the people who make it bad. Google is like your PAPA if you behave well with your PAPA, Big G (PAPA) will award you

It’s what Google said about the change:

” Each day, Google usually releases one or more changes designed to improve our results. Some are focused around specific improvements. Some are broad changes. Last week, we released a broad core algorithm update. We do these routinely several times per year.

As with any update, some sites may note drops or gains. There’s nothing wrong with pages that may now perform less well. Instead, it’s that changes to our systems are benefiting pages that were previously under-rewarded.

There’s no “fix” for pages that may perform less well other than to remain focused on building great content. Over time, it may be that your content may rise relative to other pages.Honestly speaking, I don’t care about any latest algorithm change of Google much “