Change Is Good But Sometimes Bitter Too!
Change Is Good But Sometimes Bitter Too! Watch out These Changes. We the bloggers, for that matter those who are all connected with internet and having their own blog or web pages will eagerly watch the developments happening in and around Google!
In the earlier days, people spam a lot and ranked low-quality website on the top. Due to this, there was no accuracy found in the search results. To make better search results Google starts updating its algorithm to make better websites. They continually launched some algorithm which helps to outrank the low-quality websites and rank high-quality ones. These changes made some to rejoice and some to cry!
An estimate says Google changes its search algorithm around 500-600 times. While most of these changes are minor, Google occasionally rolls out a ‘Major’ algorithmic update like Google Panda and Google Penguin that affects search results in significant ways.
Here is an informative piece, an infographic tells about its history from 2000 to 2015. This infographic is developed by one of my online friends Naveen Kumar. He is an SEO expert from the world of blogging! He is running an informative page named F5 The Refresh
He needs no introduction to Philipscom readers, some time back he did a Guest post for Philipscom and you can read that post HERE: How To Remove Your Last Name from Facebook Account
His newly developed page NextMashup is now attracting more visitors as a Media Website which updates regularly about recent news, updates, technologies and also trying to make a smile on your face in the midst of serious matters by sharing some entertaining contents.
Naveen designed this infographic at JoomDev which shows the History of Google Search Algorithm update (2000-2015).
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This infographic is designed by JoomDev
Image Credit: DCI and SearchEngineLand
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