Fresh Content Is A Primary Focus For Google

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on February 9, 2012
Posted Under: Google

Fresh content is a primary focus for Google, according to their most recent January algorithm update.

Although most of us in Internet marketing already know that fresh content is an important factor in getting a new website recognized by Google’s search engines, this round of adjustments to their “freshness” algorithm which was released back in November, seems to put more focus on accelerating daily content production.

Google’s search engine now seems to be more clearly focused on providing their users with more recent and relevant search results.

Google’s recent introduction of more relevant related searches (“searches related to“) located at the bottom of the results listings with other suggested queries, is now providing users with more useful query results.

In the near future, Google users will also probably be seeing more news results blended into their natural organic search results.

In their quest to make their search engine results more responsive to real time trends, Google’s improvements as to which queries should show news results should be loved by the Search Engine Optimizers, as well as their users.

The modifications that Google has made this past month in relation to titles in their search results and it’s much talked about introduction of Search Plus Your World, is why Google remains the “top dog” of search engines.

Search Plus Your World blends personal search results that are relevant to you with Google’s universal results and helps you connect with people you care about.

These revelations should act as a catalyst for webmasters to accelerate their production of daily fresh content on their sites.

Fresh content is a primary focus for Google and remains the best way for webmasters to get their sites listed on the first page of Google’s search engine results page.

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