Tech giant Google has updated its powerful search engine algorithm so that web sites that produce genuine, thoughtful, in-depth and useful information would be pushed up higher in the search results whereas the sites that publish less useful information would be pushed down in the search results.
The changes made to the search engine’s algorithm will ensure that quality web sites that produce useful information will be ranked and placed higher in Google search results while those websites that produce low quality information or else just copy the content from other sources will be placed and ranked lower in Google search results.
How the new search algorithm determines which sites produce useful information and which don’t? The discussion based on these issues might be subjective in nature.
The sites that produce useful and original information, such as an in-depth analysis, research oriented and genuine content would be looked upon more frequently and favorably whereas those sites with low-quality information and copy content would be given less thought and would be dumped lower. The criteria employed here to determine the difference between sites are the changes made in the algorithm. It is also been said that the page rankings will not be dependent upon the feedback obtained from the Google’s personal Blocklist (an intelligent extension for Chrome browser that lists the websites blocked by users and sends these results to Google). However, Google will take help from this extension and compare the data obtained with the web sites that get caught using the updated algorithm.
For the time being, the new update to the search algorithm has been deployed only in the united sates and will soon be deployed in other countries all over the world. So, overall the new changes made to the search algorithm will help in producing better search results for users.