Google Feedback On SEO's Google Directive Chart

Jun 19, 2017 - 7:11 am 9 by

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Dawn Anderson, a really awesome SEO who thinks hard in most of what she does and says, posted an interesting chart, which we can name the Google Directive Chart. She posted this on Twitter with the caveat of saying "I appreciate that this will be case-dependent but would this make sense?"

The chart tries to describe the level of directive Google takes from a specific signal. Here it is:

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It is well worth reading through the whole Twitter conversation, as you can see what Dawn is getting at by putting this together.

Here is how John Mueller responded to this chart, which fits with Dawn's caveat anyway:

Either way, this is an interesting way to look at it, given Google's feedback.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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