Google will release a broad core algorithm update today on July 1, 2021.
This update was announced last month and is now rolling out. This update is a continuation of the major update last month.
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Google said it intends to add more content in the June major update, but there is not enough time.
Today’s release is probably the rest of the changes that Google intends to add to the June update. Generally, it takes 1 to 2 weeks to fully deploy a major update.
The guidelines that Google has restored from this update are the same as all other major updates released in the past.
Hopefully, for some website owners, this is the restoration they have been waiting for.
After being adversely affected by Google’s core algorithm updates, you may have to wait until the next kernel update to see any major signs of recovery.
The recovery site owner may need this update after receiving it a few months ago.
If website owners are affected by the update last month, it can even help them recover.
For this reason, there were so many updates to Google Search last month that it was difficult to tell which specific updates the site received. Or, if a site is affected by a combination of updates.
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However, not all updates apply to everyone.
Two major algorithm updates are likely to affect the most websites because they are widely deployed in all search results.
Spam and defamation updates have less potential impact than major updates because they target specific types of content.
In June of this year, Google stated that most websites would not notice the impact of these major updates.
Now that the second one is being implemented, we will see if this is the case. Wait at least one or two weeks to complete the update.
The July 2021 Core Update, previously announced, is now rolling out:https://t.co/6Xs77WDsur
These typically take 1-2 weeks to finish. Our guidance about such updates is here:https://t.co/e5ZQUA3RC6
Here’s more on how we improve search through updates:https://t.co/IBmInwGOiX
— Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) July 1, 2021