Jun 26, 2022
In General Discussion
With the June core algorithm update, two high-privileged websites lost Photo Retouching traffic. Their losses challenge the traditional notion that expertise, credibility, and credibility (EAT) are the way to recover from renewal. High "authority" websites have lost their rankings Authoritative websites are said to have lost their rankings in the June 2019 core algorithm update. This reveals a weakness in the theory that factors such as EAT (expertise, authority, credibility) are directly related to lower rankings. These sites had no issues with expertise, authority, or Photo Retouching credibility. Screenshots of discussions on Google's Webmaster Help Forum Photo Retouching posted by Daily Mail employees Daily Mail employees contacted Google's Webmaster Help Forum to diagnose why the Daily Mail suffered traffic loss due to the June 2019 update of the core algorithm. The Daily Mail, a UK news site, has significantly reduced traffic due to Google's June 2019 algorithm update. advertisement Continue reading below Bitcoin news site CCN is currently reporting that it has shut down due to a Google update. "Google's June 2019 core update was released on June 3, 2019, reducing CCN traffic from Google Search by more than 71% overnight on mobile. Daily earnings are down more than 90%. " CCN pointed out in a blog post explaining the reason for the shutdown that another Bitcoin news site, CoinDesk, is also losing traffic. "Why is a simple fix causing a huge drop in Google's Photo Retouching list when the same blowback is happening on other similar sites? According to , a blockchain news leader. One CoinDesk is experiencing a 34.6% decline. " CoinDesk is a leader in their field. Therefore, it's worth noting if they also lost traffic due to Google's June 2019 Broadcore Algorithm Update. Is reliability a matter of the Daily Mail? Screenshots from MediaBiasFactCheck Photo Retouching show that the Daily Mail website has a low rating. MediaBiasFactCheck states that the Daily Mail is a suspicious news source. MediaBiasFactCheck states that the Daily Mail is an unreliable news source due to the variety of clickbait articles. Here's what MediaBiasFactCheck said.