Poll: Should Google Comment About More Google Algorithm Updates & Changes?

Sep 19, 2016 - 8:30 am 53 by

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As you all know, we've been busy covering many of the Google ranking shifts over the past few weeks - all of which have gone unconfirmed by Google. Here are those stories:

Over the weekend, Kristine Schachinger started up a conversation on Twitter about if Google should comment more on these updates or not.

Gary Illyes from Google replied:

There is a lot to the conversation and on Twitter, it isn't always easy to follow. But I asked John Mueller to comment on commenting and he did comment, somewhat:

Do you think Google should comment more on these Google changes? Here is my poll:

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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