Google algorithms follow the same basic definition and rule of an algorithm, a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations.
The basic Google algorithm is used for each search conducted on the site, but it’s personalized by the searcher. Google has a very complex algorithm for serving search results, and it relatively frequent changes. These search results all contain a few elements that have an impact on a page’s ability to appear in the results for certain keywords, including; keyword’s appearance in the page’s title, header tags, and meta description, number of organic links to the page, and the overall performance across mobile media devices.
To keep up with the vastly growing world and the internet itself, Google continuously proceeds to update their algorithms and selective system. No SEO or content marketer can accurately predict what any future update will look like. Even some Google employees don’t understand everything that’s happening with the web’s most dominant search engine.Google rarely gives any indication of the changes in its algorithms unless they are major. Smaller changes are made internally, and are usually not felt except as smaller ripples.
It’s vital to stay abreast of Google’s algorithm announcements, but it’s just as important not to overthink the algorithms or try to “game” them. Instead, it’s imperative to simply acknowledge the power the Google algorithm has, and try to produce the best website possible. Consequently, visitors will be pleased with what they see, which is always a positive ranking signal.