Google’s algorithms are used to reclaim the data from its search index. With its complex system, it delivers the best possible results for a query.
The search engine uses a combination of algorithms and several ranking signals, which is used to deliver web pages ranked by relevance on its search engine result pages (SERPs). In its early stages, Google only made useful updates to its algorithms. The search engine rolls out major algorithm updates that significantly impact the SERPs.
Google makes many changes every day. It has also made some changes in its June update, and these are given below:
Site Diversity Update - June 6, 2019
After coming to existence, this update brings a unique opportunity as it’s something that we can measure. There are various ways to measure site diversity. Using many keywords, we looked at the average diversity across a page of SERPs (Search Engine Result Page). We measured the number of sub-domains within each results page. The organic results of the tenth page of Google are greater than the results on the first page. It is, basically, expressed in percentage like the ratio of unique sub-domains to total organic results on the page.
This change of site diversity means that you will not see more than two listings usually from the same site in Google’s top results. Nevertheless, Google may show more than two in cases where its systems determine it’s especially relevant to do so for a particular search. We can separate situations into more than two listings from the same site by looking specifically at SERPs along with a site diversity score of 80.
An error comes when two sites have more than one organic result that brings down the entire diversity of the SERP, but it’s not necessary that one site is dominating over the other. There are many algorithm updates related to diversity, which also seems to have consequences for site diversity.
June 2019 Core update – June 3, 2019
Google has announced its biggest algorithm known as the Google June Algorithm Update, which is also the latest one. Google asked what to do if the site is having a traffic loss due to its June 2019 Broad Core Algorithm Update which is released in March. According to the reports, a trend analyst provided some amazing guidance on the latest Google Algorithm Update June 2019. The Google Algorithm Update June 2019 is the second major change included in the core algorithm, which is to be released in 2019. In its previous core update, Google created various significant updates in the global search results.
Core updates are updates from Google that do not have a clear focus on a particular website characterization or a certain kind of search query. Instead of this, they have made more subtle changes under the hood. This Google June Core Update also includes various major and well-known Google updates like Penguin or Panda, which specifically targets things like backlinks or content quality. Along with this, the core update also tends to impact websites in a wide range of areas. These core Google June Algorithm Updates are released several times in a single year.