Sunday, July 29, 2018

Google Changes And How They Affect Your Business


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Are you aware that there is an Endangered Species Act (ESA) and it has lists of protected animal and plant species, globally? Are you aware that by losing even one species of wildlife, our entire ecosystem can be unbalanced and the effects of this could hit the entire food chain? 
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BUT, what about you?
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Google changes and how they affect your business are something that you must be well aware of, as the changes that are being made by Google, affect search algorithms with the view of improving and also providing search results of higher qualities, as compared to that in the past.


What You Need To Understand About Google Changes 

These changes have made businesses, bloggers, webmasters and SEO experts worry more about the changes in search algorithms.  Although these changes are meant to fully eliminate spam from Google search results, one major fact is that businesses can get affected if they are penalized or even fined by Google. 

On one hand, Google does have some right to make these changes, but on the other hand, there may be some websites that may have been affected without spam in search engine results.


Take A Look At Some Of The Top Changes Google Is Doing:

1. Moving To More Secure Organic Searches
This change Google is doing has left many business owners and website owners in total darkness and for content creators, it’s now impossible to ‘MINE’ Google analytics for keyword data. This is a major blow for all those who are focused on both density rates and also keyword bombing. 

But for those creating content that is of high quality and creative, these people find these changes to be very reaffirming. For all those who try to ‘Game the System’, Google has given them less ’Firing Power’. So, tip for you, try not to focus on keywords, but keenly pay attention to different actions that users do on your website.


2. Hummingbird Conversations
This is the most recent change Google has done.  The algorithm in Google Hummingbird was updated recently. The idea behind the Hummingbird update is to fully understand conversations, different concepts and also relationships.

Though evolving (Hummingbird), serious efforts have been employed by Google to make different searches to be more conversational and to be able to use less keywords.


3. Authorship For Google Ranking

Though not fully understood how this change Google is doing will affect searches, experts do foresee Google will be using your ‘Author Profile’ to fully establish your expertise and credibility, to determine the quality of your content.  Also, Google may be using your social profile to be able to gauge the number of shares a single article has, the authority of your website that you are publishing on and also your individual following.

For website owners that do publish quality content on their authoritative websites and that are related to their niche, Google may rank their articles higher than for those not associated with the owners/author.


4. Nonexistent Update For Page Rank

There is a main problem with Page Rank.  Since early 2013, the Page Rank meter hasn’t been updated. And it’s not clear when it will be updated or even if it will be updated at all.

Page Rank is the ranking or the numbers of links that your website has that are pointing back to your site. Links work as votes. The higher the number of links that your website has, the higher your credibility and this showcases your website as high quality.
Google isn’t emphasizing on page ranking and if you are focusing on getting higher links from sites that have higher page ranks, then you need to stop. Instead, you should be focusing on how to drive traffic to your website, become an authority in your niche and also converting visitors.


The Bottom Line About Google Changes 

For sure, all of these changes Google is doing are not only going to affect SEO experts and webmasters, but also website owners, pro bloggers, wanna be bloggers and business owners. And another thing is for sure – it will have a tremendous impact!

So, if you want to be successful online and have a thriving business, make sure that you are fully aware of all the Google changes and that you have implemented them!