How much impact will the new changes to Google search have on existing SEO practices?
StillADotcommer 1 year ago
One of the things I always do when I put up a new website, or even a single page, is to use basic SEO practices, mainly so it can actually be found without using the URL. Google is changing things up again, and I'm wondering if I'm going to have to go in and make changes to a lot of existing websites to make the revised algorithm happy. Most of the search refinements in the past by Google have been for the better, especially knocking down the junk sites full of nothing but links and terms strung together. However, I'm concerned that using existing SEO techniques could be viewed as a negative factor in new Google search rankings. Are the new Google search engine changes going to have an impact on legitimate websites?
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