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Google Algorithm Change History

#1
Yet another great find, although I`ve seen this thread a few times.

Google Algorithm Change History

Quote:Each year, Google changes its search algorithm around 500–600 times. While most of these changes are minor, every few months Google rolls out a “major” algorithmic update that affects search results in significant ways.

For search marketers, knowing the dates of these Google updates can help explain changes in rankings and organic website traffic. Below, we’ve listed the major algorithmic changes that made the biggest impacts on search. Understanding these updates can help with search engine optimization.

Read the full article: www.moz.com/google-algorithm-change
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#2
Me too, but it is definitely good to be reminded periodically.

#3
It's funny - seeing that page that they're actually quite transparent about disclosing the changes and confirming their was an update.
#4
They are enormously transparent Peace. Still, for me they are Big Brother because we allowed them to become big. Wish there could be someone else who could balance their position of power out a little.

#5
The next biggest competitor in market share is Bing, which is meh compared to Google but substantially better than the next leading competitor (which I think is something like dogpile or hotbot).
#6
I probably need to check out Bing one of these days. Just seem to be hearing such a lot about this search engine these days.

#7
If you use Facebook, there's a good chance you've already used it. Facebook has a deal with Bing that on searches you'll usually see a text box at the bottom that says "Search on Bing" - any searches on this go directly through bing's system (embedded on facebook).
#8
I'm not a big fan of Facebook, but yes, I've noticed Bing there. I also notice it when I log out of Hotmail. But then click right out of it. Usually. One of these days I'll try it for size.

#9
In all honesty, it's not as good as Google but I want it to grow so that there's some semblance of competition for Google. Competition in the market is always a good thing, Google's growing too quick too quickly.
#10
For me both Facebook and Google have Big Brother status, and I'm very apprehensive about Big Brothers. I'd have liked Facebook to have its own competition, i.e. another equivalent social network. Ditto Google. BUT having said that, if one has a serious Website that one wants to promote, I can appreciate the value of Facebook.

#11
I'm with you - what makes them scary to me is not just that they're big companies, but that they're what's known as "big data" - they have so much information about who we are, what we do, what we like (both what you tell people and what you would hide from others) - they have your life documented in 0's and 1's. - depending on your age, that could be you be your entire life on record.

That scares me more than anything.
  




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