Google has announced major changes to its algorithm in the coming week. This update has been named Helpful Content. The main objective of this update is to promote articles written for users, while at the same time reducing the cost of articles focused on SEO.
Here is the Update of Google Algorithm 2022:
(1) link spam update in December 2022 –
This feature of ours to be launched today has been launched as a link spam update in December 2022. It will take about two weeks to roll out completely. The ranking may change when spammy links are neutralized. And also add, any credits passed through these unnatural links are lost.
(2) Google helpful content system update –
This update add a new signal to its classifier and also brought very useful for content updates for all global languages. Google said this rollout would take maybe up to two weeks.
(3) October 2022 spam update –
In spam updates, Google updates its systems that deal with spam, in this update Google targets websites that do not follow Google’s spam policies, if you have written the content of your website yourself, and You must have worked hard on it, but your website traffic has reduced or ended with this update, then there are full chances that your site is violating one of Google’s spam policies, so your website traffic down or expired.
(4) September 2022 Product Reviews Update –
This Update was the second Product Review Update of the year 2022 and the fifth overall. While Google especially doesn’t like to overlap its algorithm updates but this update was launched before the “September 2022 Core Update” was complete. It was very useful to reward English-language product reviews that and its helpful and useful to searchers. Rollout finished Sept. 26.
(5) September 2022 Core Update –
This Core Update was the second core update of the year and also launched three days after the helpful content update completed rolling out. Overall, it seemed less useful than previous core updates, including the May 2022 core update. The rollout finished on Sept. 26.
(6) Helpful content update on Aug. 25 –
On Aug. 18, Google revealed details about its new meaningful content update, a sitewide signal that is meant to reward content that helps or informs people, rather than content that is created primarily to rank well in search results. It began on Aug. 25 and rolling out was finished 15 days later on Sept. 9.
Google provided a list to the user of 15 questions to ask about their content reviews to ensure they are building human-first content. It also said that the types of content that could be most useful would be online education materials, arts and entertainment, shopping, and tech-related. However, the impact was mostly felt in a few website categories (for example ringtones, coding, and lyrics). Its overall impact was relatively a little bit small.
(7) July 2022 Product Reviews Update –
Google said the fourth Update of product reviews update would take 2-3 weeks to roll out but after some time announced it had fully rolled out after six days. This was more of a new than anything refresh and is meant to reward high-quality product reviews. And this update was not as widespread and had little ranking volatility compared to prior product review updates.
(8) May 2022 Core Update –
This was the first broad core algorithm update of 2022 and the first in more than 6 months. Google said it would take up to two weeks to complete the rollout. According to all other past core updates, Google has made broad changes to how its ranking systems assess content.
(9) March 2022 Product Reviews Update –
Google said the third release of the product reviews update, which will take a “few weeks” to roll out fully, builds on the work of the two prior product review updates. Like those, this update is useful to help Google to identify high-quality product reviews and reward them with better rankings.
There were three new bits of advice from Google about ranked lists, recommendations of “best” products, and creating reviews for multiple vs. a single product.
(10) Page Experience Update (for desktop) Feb. 22 –
In this update included all the signals from the mobile version of the page experience update, except for the page needing to be mobile-friendly. It took 9 days to finish the rollout.