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Most SEOs Think 100% Google Algorithm Transparency Would Lead To Worse Search Results

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Most SEOs Think 100% Google Algorithm Transparency Would Lead To Worse Search Results


Google has often said that if they shared the full details of how its search algorithms and ranking factors would work, it would lead to abuse and poorer quality results. It seems like most SEOs agree with that sentiment.

A poll by Azeem asked “If Google were to be 100% transparent about how to rank organically and its ranking factors, would the SERPs be” better or worse. And the vast majority of SEOs who took the poll said worse. About 80% of the 400 plus results said worse.

Here is the poll on Twitter:

I would agree, if you gave over these details, spammers would 100% abuse it and it would lead to poorer quality search results.

Forum discussion at Twitter.





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Google Ads To Disallow Some Skin Lightening Products

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Google Ads To Disallow Some Skin Lightening Products

Google Ads will prohibit some skin lightening products starting in June 2020. Any skin lightening product that imply the superiority of one skin tone over another will not be allowed to advertise on Google Ads.

Google posted this new rule over here stating “In June, Google will update the Dangerous and Derogatory policy under the Inappropriate Content section to enforce against the promotion of skin lightening products that imply the superiority of one skin tone over another. These products will be prohibited under enforcement guidance.”

Google is warning advertisers who promote such products to remove those ads before June 30, 2022. So you have until the end of June to remove it or Google will remove those ads for you.

This policy will soon be added to the Inappropriate Content Google Ads policy in June. This policy is about Google saying how they “value diversity and respect for others, and we strive to avoid offending users, so we don’t allow ads or destinations that display shocking content or promote hatred, intolerance, discrimination, or violence.”

Forum discussion at Twitter.

Source: www.seroundtable.com

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