A Google spokesman confirmed with Search Engine Land that Google had not published a new main search update and that no infrastructure changes had been imposed around . Mars Base Update 2019 or the most recent De-Indexing Bugs occurred last month.
No major updates from Google. There were some discussions last week on a possible update of Google's algorithm. Google told us that if there was a main update, they would have posted on their Twitter account @searchliaison – there was no update main. But yes, Google offers all the time for other updates, but according to Google, there was no substantial update.
The last major update was that of of March 2019 and Google has not published any other update. Since – despite the rumors, an update may have taken place later.
To learn more about the updates made by Google in this thread Twitter:
here is an update – updates of our search algorithms. As explained earlier, each day, Google publishes one or more changes to improve our results. Most have few notable changes but help us to continue to progressively improve research …
– Google SearchBanking (@searchliaison) 11 October 2018
update of the infrastructure. We asked Google when he had updated his infrastructure as he had done with the update of the caffeine infrastructure of 2010 or the 1945 update of Hummingbird . But Google said no, nothing has been moved around the infrastructure here.
New GoogleBot or bug index. Can these fluctuations be the result of the new GoogleBot evergreen released last week? Probably not. Google said that this new GoogleBot had been published on several months and that it was actually used for 10% of the exploration in November. Google also stated that the indexing bug and the new GoogleBot were completely independent .
Why we should care. Google is constantly improving its search results. This includes updates to the algorithm basic infrastructure modifications, improved, GoogleBot modifications of the user interface etc. Google is not going to stop updating.
It is important that SEOs be aware of these updates while trying to eliminate what is a confirmed update and what is not. Recent rumors that there has been an update in recent days can potentially confuse SEOs and not tend to help our community.
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