Staying on top of Google algorithm updates can be a pretty daunting task.
Google updates its algorithm roughly 500 times per year. That’s close to two updates every single day. Granted, most of these are small changes that SEOs don’t necessarily need to familiarize themselves with right away. But every so often, we hear about a major Google algorithm update that changes the way we optimize our website and content.
Google has been around for a while now, so the infographic below from Oncrawl doesn’t cover absolutely every update, but it does cover the most important ones that have taken place, and the ones with which marketers need to be most familiar.
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