How Does Google Select Its Results? Algorithm Changes 2018-19

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DELHI, India - April 17, 2019 - PRLog -- You all know much as I do, the web is huge, enormous if not infinite … Every day, more than 200,000 online encyclopedias are written, and I proudly participated in this achievement as much as you. Without realizing it, you write comments, participate in forums or contribute to publishing websites. This vastness is also its strength and its weakness, without the search engines, it would be impossible to know which page is most relevant … It is impossible for human beings to process all this information. That's why Google, like its main competitors, creating algorithms to determine the relevance of pages visited by its robot. If you want to learn more about Google, you can read: What is Google.

The algorithm of Google

The ranking algorithm of Google pages is kept private (even if not its calculation which should take on more than 1,000 pages, it would be equally difficult to place in the first requests of the latter). However, some case studies allow us to learn more about Pagerank that is the result of several criteria (PageRank: authority of a page):

• Inbound and outbound links on a page. Be careful though, the lack of outgoing links can be a serious mistake that is often penalized by Google.
• The content and keywords of the article.
• Other web pages of the website.
• The domain of the site and the page.
• The reputation of the page on social networks.


Is the algorithm of Google still unchanged since the creation? It is a common question and the answer is and always will: no. To give you the numbers, the algorithm suffers an average of 500 changes per year. Although most of these are discrete, there are others who can sink a deep mark in the research. To change the algorithm Google uses "miss" that are loaded devalued the relevance of the results. Then according to the preferences, some changes are made. These changes are also proposed algorithms in preview on for some users. Afterwards, depending on the time spent on site visit, Google deduce the relevance of the result. To give you a token, Google scans each year more than 50,000-tests results.

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