June Google Update?

Jun 1, 2007 • 7:37 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

WebmasterWorld and DigitalPoint Forums both are discussing a recent change in Google to the search results.

WebmasterWorld senior member, steveb, said:

And now it has all completely changed to a result set similar to what wwas around a week ago.. gone are all the trivial bits of nothing.

Senior member, Walkman, adds:

Either way, I would guess that this is an algo update so some sites will come back for good.

WebmasterWorld moderator, tigger, concurs that this seems to be a reversal in a week or two and mostly impacting one keyword phrase searches.

Continued forum discussion at WebmasterWorld and DigitalPoint Forums.

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Comments:

Michael Martinez

06/01/2007 04:12 pm

Actually, it looks like a rollback to the pre-Searchology Google. I'm not saying that is what I think they did, but numerous queries that started showing integrated results within 24-48 hours after their announcement have reverted to pre-Searchology presentation. What happened to the integrated content? Does it have anything to do with the injunction that an Indiana school system hit Google with right after they turned on Google 3.0 (the Searchology update)?

Hannes

06/02/2007 08:19 am

Google is changing everyday something, I´m curious what is happening at the next "big update" in relation to the search engine results

Fletcher

06/15/2007 05:45 am

Is any web resource available that can provide monthly updates on search engines. I am always search lot to get but i found less.

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