core update google june 2019

June 2019 Core Update: Google announces an update of its algorithm

Google rolls out from today’s Monday, a core update of the Google search. Google Search Liaison announced the update with the sober name “June 2019 Core Update” yesterday on Twitter. It is likely to take several days for the impact of the update to be felt everywhere. What changes the Core Update will bring in details, Google has not announced.

After many injunctions from his community, Google is now more proactive and takes the time to announce the launch of a major update of the algorithm. The firm has split a tweet this Sunday to formalize the release of this “Core Update” of June 2019. There is nothing special to expect from this update. Google simply notifies site owners and SEO specialists but does not reveal the content or state of mind of this update.

What you need to know about the Google Core SEO Update

Core updates are run several times a year on Google Search. The latest update in March had a big impact on search results and triggered activity in the SEO scene.

In the past, Google has made its core updates without announcement. Even a confirmation of an update following was rarely. Google Search Liaison hung up on the announcement a tweet dated October 11, 2018, in which Google informed about the general nature of updates. The interesting part of this thread says, “Sometimes we make major changes in our core algorithm. We inform them because the actionable advice is that there is nothing special to ‘fix’. But, we do not want web site operators to mistakenly try to change things that are not a problem … ”

Without a transparent breakdown of the changes, webmasters will for the time being just be watching their traffic to see if they’re positively or negatively affected by the June 2019 core update.

Google’s official guideline is that website owners should not do anything. This lack of transparency and control over their own performance is unsatisfactory for many webmasters, the SEO finger is relaxed. Search Engine Journal has compiled, why it is still a good piece of advice, first to wait. Because Google says that there is nothing to fix this core update. The update takes seven to ten days to make itself felt everywhere. Until then, all conclusions about the effects are premature. If you want to find out why a page is no longer well placed in the search results, you should not focus on what might need repairing. It would be more helpful to wonder why the site is not so relevant from Google’s point of view. And why competing sites that have improved in rankings appear to be considered more relevant.

Google wants to be more proactive

Google’s algorithm updates, while very regular, are very often a source of anxiety for SEO experts. These Core Updates affect how Google will rank pages in its search results. At each of these updates, professionals anticipate changes in their traffic, positive for some, and negative for others.

After many injunctions from his community, Google is now more proactive and takes the time to announce the launch of a major update of the algorithm. The firm has split a tweet this Sunday to formalize the release of this “Core Update” of June 2019. There is nothing special to expect from this update: Google simply notifies site owners and SEO specialists but does not reveal the content or state of mind of this update.

The firm recalls the operation of its algorithm and updates

On the occasion of the launch of this update, Google wanted to remember a few things: […] As with any update, some sites may notice traffic decreases or gains.

If some pages are less efficient today, it’s not because they do something wrong, it’s because changes to our systems now benefit previously under-rewarded pages. There is no alternative for less powerful pages than to stay focused on creating quality content.  ”

SEO specialists are therefore warned. Disturbances in the SERPs are expected this Monday, but they will have to investigate to understand these fluctuations.