As of yesterday and today, we have again seen large fluctuations in Google search results, which may be the end of the Google core update in November 2021. Yes, talk about the time-Black Friday shopping is ongoing today and tomorrow. Yes, we know that it will take about one to two weeks for these core updates to be fully rolled out, and Google has not yet confirmed that they have been rolled out. Will these vibrations have nothing to do with core updates? Of course-everything is possible. But this is an update to the early major changes we saw in the first 48 hours of launch here.
Almost all of these tools show high volatility-some tools began to show changes yesterday, November 24, and most tools now have a peak in the changes in Google search results today, on Thanksgiving Day, November 25.
Search engine optimization chatter
During the Thanksgiving week, there was a lot of discussion around these changes. Here are some small chats from WebmasterWorld:
The traffic on Tuesday was 97%, the US PV dropped significantly, but I think this is just the Thanksgiving holiday, and as expected, today is quieter.
For me, the whole of November is the lowest month of the year, and December is always the quietest.
U.S. traffic has dropped by 47% today… Some of my main landing pages have dropped by 29%-45%. The total number of searches dropped by 8%, a direct drop of 17%, and the recommended traffic dropped by 75%. If this is just a holiday statement, then this year will be a huge drop.
Does it feel like things are still going on for me? Strange traffic patterns in real time today.
Obviously got out. There is a second wave, which started just 7 days after the first wave. Its effect is more similar.
Compared to previous weeks, our traffic dropped slightly yesterday, but this is not surprising because it is always (and today) because it is the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States.
Still in the past year, we have lost about 35% of our traffic, and I hope this core update can solve this problem.
Here are some things people share on Twitter:
I saw the restoration of the first movement.
Many indexed “search” results are displayed on some of the large KWs I am targeting.
-Mike (@Purchases) November 24, 2021
There is no complete recovery, just a slight backup. I also haven’t seen many new websites enter the rankings.
Most are just large niche authoritative websites, with random tags or search pages occupying the top position. This is likely to change next week. It happened before.
-Mike (@Purchases) November 24, 2021
The rise must fall. . . 😰 pic.twitter.com/xL6Gjio2bW
— Christian Radny (@ChrisRadny) November 25, 2021
Yes, I have observed this reversal trend. A big part of targeting KW is that they have lost the visibility of several accounts, and now they are back to where they were before the update.. But the best part is that I didn’t see much change in traffic, which I’m very happy about😎
— Said Bilal Ahmed (@Billymovhic) November 24, 2021
Yesterday saw a significant increase in customers. Nada of others.
— Public Advertising Company (@publicadagency) November 24, 2021
Today, there have been great leaps in some projects. News publisher.
-John (@DrigJohn) November 24, 2021
First of all, happy Thanksgiving! Secondly, I mentioned the tremor yesterday and it seems that we are seeing more today (which makes sense.) Here are 2 sites that dropped initially, but recovered some (not the original location, but not as bad as before ). Please stay tuned, we may see more. https://t.co/FnxD0JiAeW pic.twitter.com/eLhSAL9xt4
-Glen Gabe (@glenngabe) November 25, 2021
And more about Twitter Just scroll through the replies there…
Tracking tools also show great changes.
Google Weather Tuesday 11/23-94 degrees. F and the storm (https://t.co/cOmqWYr560)
— MozCast (@mozcast) November 24, 2021
Advanced network ranking:
Cognitive search engine optimization:
So in the past day or so, during the biggest online shopping season of the year, things seem to heat up.
Forum discussion on WebmasterWorld.