Google Broad Core Update: Google Algorithm Update 2020

Google always update their algorithm for improve search queries and user experience. Always Google new update impact on Google Ranking. This time Google confirms and released the “Google Broad Core Update”. Google always try to improve ranking factors and website related issues.

Google Core Update May 2020

The May 2020 Core Update is the second Google core update released in 2020. Google recently announced that it is rolling out another core update. This is the second update of the year and the first one was launched in January 2020. 

History shows that Google released a core update every few months but this core update was released in a span of little over three months since January Google Core Update. 

The official Google Twitter account stated: “Later today, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called the Google May 2020 Core Update. Our guidance about such reviews remains as we’ve covered before.”

Previous Updates

The latest previous core update was the January 2020 Core Update, we did some analysis on that update. The one before that was the September 2019 Core Update. The September update felt much weaker to several SEO experts, as it didn’t have as much big impact as other core updates. Google also released an update in November 2019, but that update was specific to local rankings. 

What To Do If You are Negatively Impacted Whenever Google releases another core update, a lot of people’s rankings are negatively impacted. If you are one of those whose rankings are impacted negatively, then there are several steps you can take to get your rankings back up again. 

Google Core Update January 2020

The announcement. Google said, “Later today, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called the January 2020 Core Update. Our guidance about such updates remains as we’ve covered before.”

Now rolling out. An hour after this announcement, at 12pm ET, Google announced this is now live and rolling out to all data centers. Google wrote “The January 2020 Core Update is now live and will be rolling out to our various data centers over the coming days.”

Featured Snippet Algorithm Update – January 23, 2020

Google officials announced that they have started an algorithm update that will restrict URLs that are shown in the featured snippet to appear again in the first ten results of SERPs.

While replying to a question, Google’s Danny Sullivan confirmed that a webpage that is featured on the top position (#0 position) will not appear again in the listing. Danny also mentioned that the new algorithm will make sure the Search Results page is not stuffed and it only shows relevant information.

It was also confirmed that the snippet position will be considered as one of the top 10 listings on the search engine result page.

“If a web page listing is elevated into the featured snippet position, we no longer repeat the listing in the search results. This declutters the results & helps users locate relevant information more easily. Featured snippets count as one of the ten web page listings we show,” tweeted Danny.

Google have confirmed the first Broad Core algorithm at 13 March 2018.

What’s new in Google Broad Core Update?

This algorithm “Core Update Google” basically focuses on Rich Content.  Google focus on what’s user intent and what’s query intent. You should write content according to user’s experience. You have to provide most relevant information to the users. This step will helpful for higher website ranking. Google will give the top importance to the content that’s will helpful for visible a website in SERP.

Advanced Step According to Core Update Google Algorithmic Update

  • Content should be relevant and provide the best information to the users.
  • Content should be attractive that attract the users.
  • Rich Content is very helpful for search engine visibility.
  • Avoid keywords stuffing.
  • Content should be Unique.
  • Update your content on regular basis.

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