Google’s algorithm core update

    Google’s algorithms   are a complex system used to retrieve data from its search index and instantly deliver the best possible results for a query. The search engine uses a combination of algorithms and numerous ranking signals to deliver webpages ranked by relevance on its search engine results pages (SERPs). Google makes thousands of changes every year. 2020 Core Update Google announced it is rolling out a new core update, the May 2020 core update, Monday. This is the second core update of the 2020 year, the first one was the January 2020 core update. Historically, Google has released a core Google algorithm update every few months or so. It was just a bit over 3-months ago since the January core update. 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 May 2020 Core Update. Our guidance about such updates remains as we’ve covered before.” Previous updates.  The most recent previous core

Google Analytics

  In a lot of ways,   Google Analytics   is like the eyes and ears of   your website . The popular free tool automatically collects helpful data for you, so you can better understand, serve and build your online audience -- and your customers. Having a website but not knowing how people use it is like talking without listening. Whether you're selling products, driving customers to offline stores or building your brand, Google Analytics takes the guesswork out of measuring how well you're achieving your website goals. We spoke with Daniel Waisberg, anayltics advocate at Google, who provided some useful tips about how to use the popular tool. Here are 10 essential questions to ask when using Google Analytics to track and improve your company's website: 1. Why is it important to gauge my website metrics in the first place? Knowing precisely what your website visitors -- who are often current and potential customers -- like and dislike about your site can help you reach your ov