I tweeted about the move using the screenshots I saw. This extra movement could be based on a two-week rollout, or it could be based on tremors - Google will adjust its algorithms over time based on what they see in the SERPs (which is certainly possible). He replied that he was indeed still under deployment. This makes perfect sense based on what I've seen on affected sites (you can see my earlier screenshots during the two-week rollout) The warning is any update, I've published a companion web story for site owners and affiliate marketers that covers these key points about updated product reviews. First, as I explained earlier, the update officially launched on 8/4/21 ,
Here are some examples of delayed moves for two review-focused sites Here are some examples of delayed moves for two review-focused sites (both starting 4/19). Keep in mind that updates started rolling out on 08/04: below, I'll describe what I discovered during my the Industry Email List analysis, along with some final takeaways covering key takeaways and advice for affected site owners. I'll start by getting the gist of the entire update, then cover my findings by digging into the multiple sites (in different categories) affected by the update. Additionally,
Google explained that its full rollout could take up to two weeks. The update looks a lot like a broad-based update to some of the affected sites, but it only focuses on censored content. Note that the two-week rollout is exactly what Google was talking about when it rolled out the big core update. Just an interesting note. This is when the deployment ends (basically two weeks). It starts today. It should be noted that I asked Danny Sullivan if the update is still rolling out on 4/20.