Would Google wish us a happy new year 2019 with an algorithmic update deployed between 06 – 07 and 10 January? Several measurement tools have noted a marked increase in the volatility of positions around this date in France and abroad. Here’s what we know so far. Have you observed abnormal fluctuations (positive or negative) of your SEO positions between 06 – 07 and January 10, 2019 ? If so, you are surely not the only one and this could well be Google’s first algorithmic update of the year 2019 . Summary : What do the main monitoring tools say about the volatility of the SERPs? According to the tools, the indicators were more or less on alert around January 06 – 07, 2019 but generally lower than during the update of December 15 – 16, 2018.
In France update seems to on January 10 while in other countries. It would have started from the 05th with a peak also on January 10, 2019. Here is an overview of the instability peak on January 10, 2019 : Google update January most popular email domains in canada Preview of the SEMrush Sensor on January 10, 2019 for France with a peak at 8.0 Here is an overview of the different indicators of the main tools for monitoring the volatility of serps in France and internationally on January 07, 2019: semrush sensor Google update January 6 – 7, 2019 The SEMrush French SERP volatility index peaked at 6.7 for the day of January 7th.
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desktop google update from Volatility According to Rankrang the peak was observed on January 6th. What were the sectors most impacted by the Google update of January 07 in France? According to data from the SEMrush sensor for the day of January 07, the sectors of activity most affected by this first update of 2019 would be: online communities (forums), game-related sites, the arts and leisure sector sites related to sport and online shopping.
Here are the details of the sectors of activity (classified from the most impacted to the least impacted) according to the SEMrush sensor tool for the day of January 07, 2019 in France: It is still a little early to answer this question because we are currently lacking testimonials and Google has not yet communicated officially on this subject. In order not to provide a biased observation and an analysis from sources that are too limited, it is therefore preferable to wait a few days before identifying the causes and criteria at the origin of a gain or a decline.
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Major changes on three sites of medium to large size (an e-commerce site of a brand with. A strong reputation and 2 blogs with several hundred articles quite substantial for the mostly). Webmaster interested in your comments and observations on the possible fluctuation. Of your positions between January 05 and January 07, 2019. Conversely, some sectors such as travel or real estate are doing well with a fairly low volatility index. Vincent Courson Search Outreach Specialist at Google, discussed how Google’s related searches are generated at the bottom of the results page. Here are some answers provided by the specialist of the most used search engine in France .
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