Google will release an extensive algorithm update today, July 1, 2021. This update was announced last month and is now coming.

This update is a continuation of last month’s core update. Google says it plans to add more to the June core update, but it ended.

The rest of the changes that Google plans to add to the June update are expected to launch today.

It usually takes about 1-2 weeks for a kernel update to fully deploy. Google Help will recover from this update is the same as all other previously launched kernel updates.


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Hopefully for some site owners this is an expected recovery. After being negatively impacted by a Google core algorithm update, it may take up to the next core update before you see significant signs of recovery.

This update may need recovery site owners after an update they hit months ago. It can even help site owners recover if they suffered from last month’s update.

For this purpose, there have been so many updates in Google search last month that it can be difficult to diagnose which update the site hit. Or whether the combination of updates has affected the site.


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Here’s a summary of all the Google updates available since early June:

And then, of course, there’s the July core update, which you’re reading about right now. That’s five mixes of search results in one month. More than one update per week.

However, not all updates apply to everyone. The two key algorithm updates can have the greatest impact on websites as they are widely applied to all search results.

The potential impact of spam and slander updates is less than that of core updates because they target certain types of content.

In June, Google said most sites would not notice the impact of these core updates. Now that the other is running, we’ll see if that’s the case. Give it at least a week or two to complete the upgrade.


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