Google has disclosed that it is working on a number of improvements to enhance users’ search results. The new upgrade attempts to reduce clickbait and make it easier for consumers to locate more genuine and excellent content in the search results. The Mountain View-based firm revealed on Thursday that these modifications would be implemented over the course of two upgrades.
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rs to have been created more to entice clicks than to inform readers is not beneficial. In order to make it simpler for people to access valuable material created by, and for, people, we’re rolling out a number of updates to Search starting next week for English users globally, according to the company’s blog post.
Google refers to this as the “helpful content update” and claims that it will target information that was produced just for the sake of ranking and not with the intention of educating or assisting users. With the new change, low-quality content will no longer appear highly in Google’s search results. Internal testing of this update by the company has already produced promising results.
The most recent Google change especially targets articles produced with search engine optimization in mind. Google wants consumers to find high-quality original material with the new algorithm update and wants to remove any websites that appear highly in search results but do not provide visitors with the information they are looking for.
Google has also hinted that it will roll out an upgrade that will make it simpler to obtain authentic and excellent product reviews. The move is part of Google’s ongoing initiative to promote evaluations that are more in-depth and beneficial and are based on actual experience in search results.
“We’ve worked to improve these systems, and in the upcoming weeks, we’ll release another upgrade to make it even simpler to locate original, high-quality reviews. The blog post states, “We’ll keep doing this effort to make sure you find the most helpful information while you’re investigating a purchase on the internet.