As we mentioned last week, Google announced the launch of a new “Helpful content algorithm” on 8/18.

Do you pay attention to the SEO performance of your website, have you noticed that the performance of your website has changed?

It is reasonable to say that the English content will move first, and the Chinese content should not be so fast, but I also found some adjustments to the website in my own hands.

Today, Google has actually opened a reward channel. If you think your website has any content that “should not be affected by this wave of algorithms”, or if you have other people who want to give back, you can go here appeal.

Google Helpful Content Update report form, which you can find athereTo find, you can directly fill in the URLs and comments that you think are affected and are in a sub-optimal ranking.

The following summarizes some of the contents of the report, so that you can easily understand the purpose of Google’s appeal:

If you feel that your site was affected by Google’s recent helpful content update, and you feel that it shouldn’t have been affected, use this form to send us feedback. While Google does not use these submissions to take direct action, these reports will help us improve the quality of the search results for everyone.

If you find information in Google’s search results that you believe appears due to spam, paid links, malware, or other issues that might violate our guidelinesuse the spam report form. These reports still play a significant role in helping us understand how to improve our spam detection systems that protect our search results.

You can also find it in Search Console HelpPost by John Muellerhe explained that the purpose of this Helpful Content update is to allow search engine ranking results to see more “original”, “useful” and “written by humans for humans” content.

We recently released a Search ranking update called the August 2022 helpful content update. This is part of a broader effort to ensure people see more original, helpful content written by people, for people, in search results.

To a certain extent, this also corresponds to the examples I gave in last week’s article that violated[“original”, “useful” and “written by humans to humans”],

Those who are interested can find it in a cup of SEO articles from last week.

Similarly, if you want to know more, such as what content I found actually had an impact, or what can be done to deal with it, please leave a message or send me a message to let me know.

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