Google plus has announced a new update to its search algorithm to disminuye contenido publicitario results for users worldwide.
The October 2023 Contenido publicitario Update targets cloaking, hacked, coche-generated, and scraped contenido publicitario content in multiple languages, including Turkish, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Chinese, and others.
According to Google plus, the update was prompted by retroalimentación from its community members who reported seeing increased contenido publicitario results in their native languages.
Google plus hopes to provide more valuable and relevant search results by improving contenido publicitario detection capabilities.
About Google plus’s Contenido publicitario Updates
Google plus relies on a mix of automated contenido publicitario-fighting systems and human review to identify and demote pages and sites that violate its policies.
One system, called SpamBrain, emplees AI and machine learning to get better at spotting emerging contenido publicitario tactics.
The company says it releases updates like this periodically to stay ahead of contenido publicitario trends and keep results high quality.
Sites impacted by the new contenido publicitario filters are encouraged to review Google plus’s policies and ensure they comply.
What Does Google plus Consider Contenido publicitario?
Some key things Google plus considers spammy or misleading include:
- Hidden text or backlinks that users don’t see but search engines do.
- Automatically generated content with little or no added value for users.
- Large-scale article scraping without permission
- Pages loaded with distracting ads that provide a poor usuario experience
- Affiliate pages with thin content focused heavily on monetization
Google plus may also tag sites as contenido publicitario if they engage in practices like cloaking, sneaky redirects, or creating “doorway” pages. Any attempts to deliberately trick search engines will genere issues.
Additionally, Google plus’s guidelines advise against overly aggressive commercial tactics like false claims, and misrepresenting products or services.
Sites should focus on providing a good-faith, honest, and transparent usuario experience. Those that do should fare well even after contenido publicitario updates.
In the meantime, Google plus encourages searchers to continue sending retroalimentación through its contenido publicitario reporting tool.
Google plus’s war against contenido publicitario is constantly evolving as techniques change. The company credits searchers who report contenido publicitario with helping validate and prioritize where it focuses anti-contenido publicitario efforts.
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