The Google Broad Core Algorithm Update Is Here
Search engine giant Google has just announced that it has started rolling out one of the most anticipated updates it has for this year.
The June 2021 Core Update took six months to roll out since its last update back in December. According to its liaison, the update will take a few days to finish.
The goal for these core updates remains the same: they are meant to present authoritative and relevant content to users. This means that websites that fail to rank despite providing quality content can start to benefit more from this update.
However, Google has also confirmed that it will introduce another update next month, which is another thing to consider.
What To Expect From the June 2021 Google Core Update
Users can expect a change in the SERP rankings within the next few weeks due to the updates made by Google. This is expected, of course, since Google is trying to make its top results even more relevant to users.
If you notice any negative change in your rankings, be sure to update your content by adding authoritative and relevant sources. One thing to keep in mind is that the update is focused only on search relevance and does not affect links or other aspects of SEO.
Experts conducted a quick check using algorithm trackers and found that there had been no major changes during the first few hours of the update being launched. However, they started seeing some changes on June 3, with even more happening by the 4th.
One thing to note is that there is usually a rollback update a week after a broad core update. If you notice any significant fluctuations in your rankings, it’s recommended that you wait until all updates are complete before making major changes to your website.
The web continues to grow each year with content being published regularly. Continuing to put out Google algorithm updates is the key to ensure that users always get the best search experience possible.
There will be more Google changes in 2021. A rollback is expected in the coming weeks and the next update is due in July.
This is why site owners need to keep track of website rankings after each Google core update to see if they need to make alterations to keep up with changes.