This is the second component of the Google Jagger update discussion. The first portion of this post discussed the overview of how and why Google needs to update its website ranking algorithms periodically. This report shall talk about the specific locations the Jagger update has altered in the Google algorithm.
Sources at Google claim that the alterations we see are element of 3-phase update (Jagger1, Jagger2 & Jagger3). At the time of writing this write-up, we are in the completion stage of Jagger2 update. Visiting visit our site seemingly provides lessons you can tell your friend. The Jagger3 update is anticipated to be rolled out more than the subsequent handful of weeks.
Jagger Update 1
The Jagger 1 update pre-shocks truly started with a string of back-hyperlink updates that began in September 2005 and continued into middle of October 2005. In mid October, Google updated its PageRank database for public view. Generally updated once a quarter, the PR update constantly creates a stir. Although most Search engine marketing specialists heavily play-down the importance of PR in ranking, the legacy of its importance is so deep-rooted in the minds of most webmasters, that it is hard to shake it off as an insignificant ranking parameter.
Jagger Update two
It is believed that the Jagger 2 update is now total and replicated to all the information centers of Google. Nevertheless, you may nevertheless notice some fluctuations in the rankings as factors stabilize for each update. We are now at the threshold of the 3rd phase of the Jagger update, which is expected to initiate sometime in the second week of November 2005.
From what we have studied so far, Google has re-engineered a number of aspects of its algorithm. Amongst other aspects we will know as factors roll out, we think it has altered the impact of the following:-
1. Value of incoming hyperlinks
2. Value of anchor text in incoming hyperlinks
three. Content material on page of incoming hyperlinks
4. Keyword repetitions in anchor text
five. Age of the incoming links
six. Nature of websites linking to you
7. Directory links
8. Speed and volume of incoming links developed
9. Worth of reciprocal links
10. Impact of outbound hyperlinks / links web page on your site
11. Sandbox impact / age of your internet site,