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To optimize your Google search, you must know about Google's algorithms. The algorithms look at your keyword search phrase and the websites in Google's index and pop out the most relevant pages. Google's algorithms are incredibly successful, as they keep users coming back to their site. The Penguin, Hummingbird, Panda, and E-A-T algorithms all affect the way your site ranks. Knowing what they do to your website will help you make it as visible as possible.

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Penguin algorithm

While the exact changes to the Penguin algorithm are never fully known, the company has made several refreshes and updates to the formula since its introduction. Although these changes affect a vast majority of websites, some have seen significant recovery. In addition, the Penguin update has a very significant impact on search queries in both English and international languages. Here are some of the most important things you need to know about the Penguin algorithm.

Hummingbird algorithm

Whether you're a content creator or an internet marketer, you should consider the new Hummingbird algorithm of Google. The algorithm is intended to put more weight on high-quality content written by industry thought leaders and influencers. To this end, Google has instituted the “authorship” program, which encourages websites to use high-quality authors. This algorithm also has an impact on link building, because it evaluates inbound links in a new way.

Panda algorithm

If you've been following the search engine landscape for any length of time, you've probably heard about the Google Panda algorithm. This new ranking algorithm is aimed at reducing the number of websites that appear at the top of search results because of low-quality content. It targets websites that lack useful information, include too many affiliate links, and have broken links. It was a slow rollout, and its rollout was slow. There were many reasons why this change occurred.

E-A-T algorithm

Until now, links were the backbone of Google's ranking system, which made sense in theory. However, links are just one part of the puzzle. Today, the E-A-T algorithm considers digital information as well as on-page factors to determine search engine ranking. Ultimately, high-quality content is the key to achieving top ranking. And it takes a lot of work to get there.

Caffeine algorithm

Although this update is not an algorithm change, it will affect the way Google ranks pages. It gathers additional quality and relevance signals and has the capacity to determine relevance to several countries. This will affect the way your website ranks for specific keywords, but overall it will have little impact on your rankings. You can still expect some changes in your ranking and SEO efforts as Google catches up with the new data. So how do you get your site ranked on Google?

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