Google Algorithm Update History: How Organic Search Continues to Change


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  1. “At the completion of the update, Google said there would be a 45% reduction in low quality and unhelpful content in the search results.” my a..

    Buy a lot of footer backlinks and put a lot of relevant keywords with long texts under them on every page you have, and you are #1 in serp.

    Google is a total garbage after the last update. its very easy to manipulate… every website with original content lost their ranks.

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